New Zealand Agribusiness Monthly & Covid-19 Update October 2020

Here are the main highlights for some of New Zealand’s key commodities. The full report provides an overview of the developments to watch in the upcoming weeks.

Highlights

Covid-19 daily infections are on the rise again, but NZ’s key F&A markets are doing better than most.

Milk supply growth in exporting regions will pressure prices in the near term.

Beef prices are expected to hold while seasonal supplies are tight, but will potentially come under pressure from the end of October as supplies lift.

Prices across the global fertiliser complex are expected to return to the low price environment by the beginning of 2021.

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