On January 28, Russia purchased 19 thsd tonnes of grains to the intervention fund
On January 28, 2014, Russia held the regular stock exchange trading within frames of public grain purchasing interventions, and purchased 18.9 thsd tonnes of grains to the intervention fund (from the general proposed volume of 29.97 thsd tonnes), at the sum of 107.136 mln RUR.
In particular, the fund purchased 8.505 thsd tonnes of 3-grade wheat of the harvest-2013 (from the proposed volume of 11.34 thsd tonnes); 1.485 thsd tonnes of 4-grade wheat of the harvest-2013 (from the proposed volume of 3.105 thsd tonnes); and 8.91 thsd tonnes of feed barley of the harvest-2013 (from the proposed volume of 12.555 thsd tonnes). The trades on 2.97 thsd tonnes of 5-grade wheat of the harvest-2013 were canceled.
The weighted average prices of the grains sold to the intervention fund were as follows:
- 3-grade wheat of the harvest-2013 – 6218.8 RUR/t;
- 4-grade wheat of the harvest-2013 – 6013.3 RUR/t;
- 5-grade wheat of the harvest-2013 – 5684.5 RUR/t;
- feed barley of the harvest-2013 – 4988.2 RUR/t.
Since the beginning of the stock exchange trading (October 15, 2013) the intervention fund already purchased 576.315 thsd tonnes of grains at the general sum of 3.392 bln RUR.
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