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The FPMA Bulletin reports on recent food price developments at world, regional and country level with focus on developing countries. 

This Bulletin is a revamped edition of the Global Food Price Monitor issued until December 2014. The Bulletin reports on recent food price developments at world, regional and country level with focus on developing countries. The full Bulletin is available in English and selected abstracts in Arabic, Chinese, French, Spanish and Russian.

Release dates for 2020: 12 February, 11 March, 10 April, 12 May, 10 June, 14 July, 10 September, 13 October, 10 November, 10 December.

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Oct 1st, 2020

Food Price Monitoring and Analysis Bulletin, October 2020

International grain prices registered strong increases in September on production concerns and diminishing inventories, while international rice prices fell across the board amid slowdown in export demand and sales as well as the approaching main harvests in the Northern Hemisphere.
Sep 1st, 2020

Food Price Monitoring and Analysis Bulletin, September 2020

nternational prices of cereals were generally firm in August. Wheat prices increased in response to low production prospects in Europe and stronger buying interest. International prices of rice also increased, underpinned by seasonally tight export availabilities and increasing African demand. Maize price quotations were mixed, with the benchmark US maize values down from the previous month but those from South America went up.