PRICE WATCH May 2017 Prices June 30, 2017

PRICE WATCH May 2017 Prices June 30, 2017
PRICE WATCH May 2017 Prices
June 30, 2017
KEY MESSAGES
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In West Africa, regional staple food production during the 2016/17 marketing year was well above average. International
rice and wheat imports continue to support regional market supplies. Prices continued to increase seasonally in many
areas in May with the onset of the lean season. Current market anomalies remain largely concentrated in the eastern
marketing basin, including but not limited to: conflict-related market disruptions in the Lake Chad basin, localized aboveaverage grain deficits in Niger, and the impacts of the continued depreciation of the Naira (Page 3).
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In East Africa, staple food supplies remain tight and prices well above-average in South Sudan, Somalia, and Yemen.
Markets remain severely disrupted by insecurity in Yemen and South Sudan. Import capacity in Yemen is uncertain, and
food availability will likely remain constrained in the coming months. Uganda and Kenya are also facing below-average
staple food supply and above-average and increasing prices following poor harvests (Page 4).
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In Southern Africa, regional maize availability continued to improve in May with the progression of harvests from the
2016/17 production season. Regional maize production prospects for the current season are good with record-high
harvests anticipated in South Africa. Maize prices declined sharply in most areas in May, and were below their respective
2016 levels in many areas. The exceptions to these trends are in Zambia, where prices remain above average (Page 5).
Low regional maize prices encouraged exports to East Africa and beyond.
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In Central America, staple food availability continued to decline following the end of the recent Postrera harvest and
Apante harvest. Maize and bean prices were seasonally stable or decreasing across the region, with varied trends
compared to average levels. In Haiti, local maize prices were firm while local black beans prices saw a modest increase
from their April levels (Page 6). Imported rice prices were stable as the Haitian gourde appreciated marginally against
the U.S. dollar. Higher transportation costs
Figure 1. FEWS NET Country coverage
will continue to place upward pressures on
staple food prices in the coming months.
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Central Asia sustained adequate supplies.
Wheat prices remained stable in Kazakhstan,
Tajikistan, and Afghanistan, but started to
decline in Pakistan with the arrival of the new
harvest. Rice prices in Pakistan increased
following larger export demand, affecting also
rice prices in Afghanistan. Intraregional trade
is expected to fill staples’ deficits on
importing countries (Page 7).
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International staple food markets remain
well supplied. Maize prices fell, soybean
prices rose while rice and wheat prices were
mixed (Figure 2). Crude oil prices fell and
remain well below average (Page 2).
Source: FEWS NET.
Note: Market Watch countries are surplus producing countries whose impact on global,
regional, national and/or local markets is included in FEWS NET analysis.
The Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) monitors trends in staple food prices in countries at risk of food insecurity.
The Price Watch provides an update on market and price trends in selected reference markets. Specific trends for key reference
markets and commodities are available in the Price Watch Annexes 1 and 2. FEWS NET gratefully acknowledges partner organizations,
ministries of agriculture, national market information systems, the Regional Agricultural Intelligence Network, the Food and Agriculture
Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Food Programme (WFP), and others for their assistance in providing price data.
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INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
June 2017
Figure 2. Food commodity prices in selected international markets, January
2011 – May 2017
Current situation
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International rice prices were mixed in May.
Rice prices were firm for the U.S. and other
major exporters but increased in Thailand due
to strong sales and reduction in public stocks.
(InterRice and World Bank) (Figure 2). Crop
conditions continue to remain favorable for
major producers in Asia as the secondary rice
season progresses. (AMIS). Global supplies
remain close to average levels (Figure 3).
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Bumper maize crops in the southern
hemisphere pushed global production to
record levels and continued to ease world
maize prices (AMIS). U.S. maize prices were
firm as heavy rains delayed sowing activities.
Overall, maize prices are below average levels,
reflecting record global supply (FAO and World
Bank).
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), World Bank.
Figure 3. Global Market Indicators, 2016/17 compared to 2011 - 2015
average
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International wheat prices were mostly firm
with exception of U.S. Hard Red Winter
wheat, which rose due to tightening
supplies. Growing conditions remain mixed.
(AMIS and FAO). Wheat prices remain well
below average levels (Figure 2).
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In May, global soybean prices rose but remain
anchored by large global supplies. Globally,
production conditions remain favorable (IGC
and AMIS).
•
World crude oil prices fell as production
growth in other countries partially offset the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) voluntary
production cuts. Crude oil prices remain well below average (U.S. Energy Information Administration).
Source: FEWS NET calculations based on World Bank 2017 and USDA 2017.
Outlook
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International rice trade is projected to increase by 4.8 percent in 2017 and may result in higher prices over the coming
months (InterRice). Global closing stocks are forecasted to be lower but will remain above 2015/16 levels (USDA FAS).
•
Global maize trade for 2017/18 is forecasted to be marginally down on lower imports for South Africa and smaller
exports from Mexico (USDA FAS).
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Production of world wheat for 2017/18 is revised up on a larger Russian crop, while the EU is expected to regain its
position as the leading global exporter (USDA FAS and World Bank).
•
Global soybean production remains positive with global inventories now expected to match record levels from 2015/16.
Stocks will tighten as trade increases on higher shipments to Far East Asia (USDA FAS and IGC).
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International crude oil inventory levels are expected to decline in 2017 with the extension of OPEC production cuts.
Prices will continue to remain below average levels in the coming months (U.S. Energy Information Administration).
Staple food price trends across the countries monitored by FEWS NET will vary considerably in the coming months in response to local and
regional market conditions; international market trends will play a more limited role in most countries (Figure 2). Fuel price trends in FEWS
NET countries will depend on both international market conditions, the evolution of local exchange rates in relation to the U.S. Dollar, and
the design and implementation of local fuel import and price policies.
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June 2017
WEST AFRICA
Figure 4. West Africa Regional cereal production (000s MT)
Current Situation
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In West Africa, regional staple food availability was
adequate in May. Production during the 2016/17
marketing year reached record high levels for maize and
rice (Figure 4). In Nigeria, the depreciation of the Naira
(NGN), official and unofficial restrictions on trade, and the
ongoing conflict in the northeast continues to disrupt
domestic staple food, cash crop, and livestock markets
(Figure 5). The dynamic is Nigeria has had a significant
impact on markets, trade flows, and price trends in
neighboring areas of south-central and eastern Niger as
well as the broader Lake Chad basin. Elsewhere in the
region, markets generally remained well supplied as the
marketing season progressed.
Source: Authors’ calculations based on CILSS 2016 data.
Figure 5. Year on year sorghum price variation in West Africa
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Cross-border trade remained dynamic within and
between the different basins in May. Reduced flows from
Nigeria to Niger (due to the macro-economic situation in
Nigeria coupled with border restrictions) were partially
offset by intensified flows from the Central basin (Burkina
Faso, Benin, Ghana, Togo, and Benin) to Niger. However,
market and trade activities remain disrupted in insecurity
stricken zones of the Greater Lake Chad area and, to a
lesser extent, Northern/Central Mali. Exports from
regional markets into Mauritania continued, despite the
reported close monitoring by border (customs) officials.
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Cereal prices continued to increase seasonally as
household-level stocks declined and market demand
increased with the start of Ramadan. Prices remain below
Source: FEWS NET estimates based on Oanda, FEWS NET, WFP, MIS data.
their respective 2016 and five-year average levels across much of the Western and Central Basins. However, maize and
gari (processed cassava) prices remain above average in Ghana and Togo. The majority of regional market supply and
price anomalies are concentrated in the Eastern Basin.
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In Nigeria, the effects of multiple shocks continue to disrupt market activities, resulting in atypical price trends. However,
the rate of inflation continued to slow in May. After declining between January and March due to the availability of ample
supplies from recent main season and dry season harvests, prices on key reference markets increased between March
and May. Prices are above their respective 2015/16 levels in central and eastern Niger where there were above-average
localized deficits during the 2016/17 marketing year. Those same areas are now receiving lower than average staple food
imports from Nigeria to fill the gap. The pastoral lean season extended atypically into May, leading to below average
forage and water availability. This coupled with below average market demand from Nigeria has put downward pressure
on livestock prices and pastoral and agro pastoral terms of trade in Niger. In Chad, locally-produced staple food prices
remain below their respective 2016 levels due to favorable production in 2016/17 and ample stocks.
Outlook
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Market demand will continue increasing until the onset of regional harvests in September/October. Prices will remain
close to average levels, except in areas where the macroeconomic and policy environment have pushed prices up
(Mauritania and Nigeria) or where disruptions to trade flows limit the extent to which regional supplies fill localized
deficits (Niger).
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In Nigeria, the macroeconomic situation may continue to make slow and incremental improvements. Import demand
from regional markets for livestock and cash crops (cowpeas) will remain low through the end of the marketing year.
Prices in the southern part of the country are expected to stabilize with the onset of local green harvests, but will increase
in the northern States (including the northeast) as the local lean season progresses. Imported commodity prices will
remain above average, especially in the southern areas of the country.
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EAST AFRICA
Current Situation
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Local cereal availability is low and prices are significantly
above-average in Somalia (Figure 6) due to poor
production in the recent Gu and Deyr seasons. Maize and
sorghum prices were either seasonally stable or
increasing again in May across most markets, including
the main producing markets in the southern region, as the
May-to-June lean season progressed. Imported rice and
wheat prices remained stable in most markets due to low
international prices and stable foreign exchange rates.
Livestock prices continued to increase seasonally with
better animal conditions following April-to-June Gu rains.
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Staple food prices remained atypically high and volatile
across most markets in South Sudan, increasing further in
May driven by high inflation, depreciation of local
currency, and scarcity and high cost of fuel. Local price
volatility is driven by a combination of factors, including
erratic trade flows to Juba and upcountry markets due to
insecurity along key trade routes and the atypical early
depletion of local food stocks given the significantly
below-average October-to-February harvest in areas
most affected by insecurity. A number of other factors
continue to affect the private sector’s ability to import
essential food and fuel into South Sudan. These include
the persistent scarcity of USD in circulation, restrictions
on bank withdrawals, fuel scarcity, and high fuel prices.
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In Yemen, prices of essential food commodities remained
above average but stable with weakened supply and
demand from displacement and livelihoods disruptions
that have resulted in well below-average household
purchasing power. Imports of wheat, the main staple
food, remain low following the cessation of import credits
being issued by the Central Bank of Yemen (CBY) to
importers due to the shortage of foreign currency. Staple
food prices, including wheat flour, are expected to remain
well above-average as imports continue to be restricted.
Figure 6. Sorghum prices in East Africa compared to average
levels
Source: FEWS NET estimates based on Food and Agriculture Market
Information System (FAMIS), FSNAU, Uganda Bureau of Statistics and
Farmgain, Tanzania Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing (MITM),
Ethiopia Grain Trade Enterprise (EGTE), Ministry of Agriculture of Kenya,
Arid Lands Resource Management Project (ALRMP), SIFSIA, WFP VAM.*
Figure 7. Maize prices in East Africa compared to average levels
Source: FEWS NET estimates based on data from regional partners (listed
above)*
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Tight supplies following below-average harvests caused staple food prices to continue to increase seasonally and remain
well above 2016 and average levels in Uganda and Kenya (Figure 7). In Uganda, prices of bananas and beans, other
important staple foods, were either stable or declined marginally as result of early or imminent start of June-to-July
harvest. The recent arrivals of international maize imports to Kenya, in addition to subsidization of maize flour, seem to
have only marginally reduced the rate of increase in prices.
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Prices generally followed seasonal trends in Ethiopia and Tanzania. Grain prices increased or were stable ahead of the
June-to-September lean season in Ethiopia but average to slightly above average production in the northwestern and
northeastern lowlands of Amhara and Tigray markets, and ongoing food assistance and emergency response initiatives
in the northern pastoral markets, kept prices lower than last year and recent five year average levels. Livestock prices
increased seasonally but were below-average in southeastern pastoral markets due to the shorter than usual rainfall
period. In Tanzania, maize prices decreased in southern markets with the start of the May-to-August Msimu harvest, and
were stable, although at high levels, in the northern markets with the imminent increase in supplies from the south.
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Staple food prices followed seasonal post-harvest trends in Sudan. Above average national production kept sorghum and
millet prices similar to or below 2016 prices but above average due to high inflation.
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SOUTHERN AFRICA
Current Situation
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In Southern Africa, maize supplies on markets continued
improving in May with the onset of regional harvests, that
are expected to be above average. South Africa and
Zambia continued exporting maize to regional grain deficit
countries and beyond. Madagascar continued importing
rice, ensuring supplies of imported rice on local markets.
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Maize prices declined region-wide in May (Figure 8).
However, trends in Tanzania were muted by the effects of
anticipated below averages harvests. In northeastern
Madagascar, the effects of Cyclone Enawo continued to
disrupt markets and supply channels. Prices are now
generally below their respective 2016 levels in the region.
Exceptions to these trends are in Tanzania and Zambia,
and in structurally-deficit southern DRC (Lubumbashi)
where staple food prices remain well above their 2016 and
average levels.
Figure 8. White maize prices in selected markets of Southern
Africa (USD/kg)
Source: FEWS NET estimates based on data from SADC and government
ministries.
Figure 9. White maize prices in Southern Africa, May 2017
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After importing aggressively from international markets
through February, South Africa ceased importing in April,
and began exporting to international markets (mostly in
East Asia) in May. Maize export parity prices declined
persistently in recent months due to the availability good
2016/17 harvest prospects and are now below
international reference market prices. The official maize
export restrictions in place since 2016 were lifted in
Zambia in an effort to ensure that farmers and traders are
able to sell their surplus stocks through regional sales. A
10 percent export duty was temporarily put in place, but
has since been removed. These trends continued
encouraging exports (and re-exports) to regional markets
and beyond, including new markets (Burundi) (Figure 9).
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Maize prices continued declining sharply in May most
markets in Mozambique, while rice and maize meal prices
Source: Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation, and Water Development of
were generally stable, at above average levels. Prices
Malawi, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing (MITM) of Tanzania,
likewise continued declining in Malawi as producers and
Ministry of Agriculture of Mozambique, Central Statistics Office of Zambia,
SAFEX, WFP and FEWS NET.
traders offloaded stocks in anticipation of good 2016/17
production. In Zimbabwe, prices declined, although economy-wide liquidity challenges persist. Production prospects are
not favorable in Tanzania, however, prices declined slightly in the surplus-producing southern highlands in May. While
markets were disrupted by the effects of Enawo in the northeast of Madagascar, production prospects improved in the
southern-most areas of the country, easing pressure on local supplies and prices.
Outlook
•
Maize supplies are expected to be average to above average this marketing season due to good harvest prospects for
most counties (except Tanzania). The region is likely to experience a close to average harvest. Maize prices are expected
to continue decreasing in June and July with the progression of harvests. Prices are expected to remain relatively higher
in Tanzania, possibly encouraging further exports from the region (such as Malawi or Zambia). The recent Cyclone Enawo
affected rice production prospects in surplus-producing northern Madagascar. Maize and cassava production prospects
in Southern Madagascar have improved compared to 2016. However, local maize prices are expected to remain above
average.
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CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN
Current Situation
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White maize prices generally followed seasonal trends,
remaining stable in all countries with supplies still
available from the recent average Postrera harvest and
the ongoing Apante season in Nicaragua and Honduras.
Harvest supplies continued to decline seasonally,
however, as the lean season continues. Informal imports
from Mexico continued to support supplies in Guatemala,
and large imports by the government continued to boost
domestic supplies in El Salvador. Maize prices are below
2016 and average levels across the region, except in
Nicaragua where prices are near average (Figure 10).
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Bean supplies remained ample on markets with supplies
from the recent Apante harvest in Nicaragua and
Honduras, and the recent Postrera harvest across the
region, causing prices to decrease in Nicaragua and
remain stable in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
Annual production for the 2016/17 marketing year is
estimated to be average (Guatemala and Costa Rica) to
above-average (El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua)
across the region. May bean prices varied when
compared to historical levels, remaining above average in
Guatemala, near average in El Salvador, and below
average in Honduras and Nicaragua.
•
In Haiti, local maize prices remained firm while local black
beans prices saw a modest month-to-month increase.
Prices for local black beans remain well above average
while local maize prices are 12 percent above previous
year levels (Figure 11). In Cap Haitien, local black beans
prices rebounded and rose sharply following poor harvests
in the north department. Black beans prices similarly
increased an estimated 11 percent in Port-au-Prince as
lower than expected harvests limited supply from key
source markets in Plateau Central, Les Cayes, and Jacmel.
Nationally, imported rice remains largely available and
prices continue to be stable.
June 2017
Figure 10. White maize prices in Central America compared
to average
Source: Coordination nationale de la sécurité alimentaire (CNSA) and
FEWS NET, MAL, Dirección General de Economía Agropecuaria (DGECA),
Sistema de Información de Mercados Productos Agrícolas de Honduras
(SIMPAH), Secretaria de Economia de Mexico, and Ministerio de
Agricultura, Ganaderia y Alimentacion de Guatemala (MAGA)
Figure 11. Average national staple food prices and exchange
rate in Haiti, January 2011- May 2017
Source: FEWS NET / CNSA and Oanda.
Outlook
•
In Central America, the Primera season crops have been planted in almost all areas of the region and harvest prospects
are good due to favorable rainfall and growing conditions during May. Maize prices are expected to seasonally increase
until the next harvest (Primera) in August 2017 and are likely to trend near average in Nicaragua and Honduras, and
remain below-average in El Salvador and Guatemala. Imports are expected to help support availability, following typical
trade trends, and keep prices below 2016 levels. Bean prices will also likely increase seasonally during the lean season until
the Primera harvest. Bean prices are expected to stay near or above average levels in Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Honduras,
and remain below or near average in El Salvador.
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In Haiti, both local and imported maize and maize meal prices are expected to fall in the coming months, as prospects
for the upcoming July harvest remain positive. Local bean prices will continue to increase in the coming months as poor
climatic conditions led to lower than expected harvests in key producing areas. The recent removal of fuel subsidies has
resulted in higher transportation costs and is expected to place an upward pressure on staple food prices in the coming
months. Imported rice will remain available with mostly firm prices, even with any further depreciation of the Haitian
gourde against the U.S. dollar.
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CENTRAL ASIA
Figure 12. Wheat grain prices in Central Asia (USD/kg)
Current Situation
•
Regional availability and price trends varied considerably
across Central Asia with the progression of the 2016/17
marketing year (Figure 12 and Table 1). As detailed in the
Central Asia Regional Wheat Supply and Market Outlook,
localized wheat deficits are expected to be filled through
intra-regional trade.
•
Wheat grain export prices in Kazakhstan, the region’s
largest exporter, remained nearly stable since start of
2017, but prices are five percent lower than respective
2016 levels and 27 percent below the five-year average.
•
Wheat flour prices in Tajikistan have remained nearly
stable since early 2016, but remain 17 percent above the
five-year average, mainly due to the effects of the 2015
depreciation of the Tajikistani Somoni (TSJ) despite the
average 2016 wheat harvest. Potato prices increased by
19 percent in May and are now the highest in the last five
years and 85 percent above the five-year average at the
national level. Potato prices increased in many Common
Independent States including Tajikistan, due to lower
production in exporting countries. In Tajikistan prices of
some imported foods were also increased because of
fresh wave of the national currency depreciation.
Source: WFP, VAM; APK Inform Agency, Kazakhstan, Oanda.
Table 1. Regional wheat availability and price trends
Local
Country
Status
Price Trends
Availability
Kazakhstan
Exporter Above-average Below-average
Pakistan
Exporter
Above-average
Average
Tajikistan
Importer
Average
Above-average
Afghanistan
Importer
Average
Near-average
Source: FEWS NET estimates.
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In Pakistan wheat grain and flour prices started to decline with arrival of new harvest. Prices are comparable to 2016
and the five-year average reflecting average production and above-average carry-over stocks. However, rice prices are
getting momentum since the start of 2017 following increased export demand, particularly from China.
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In Afghanistan, wheat grain and flour prices were stable between April and May following an average wheat harvest in
2016. Prices are similar to the 2016 levels, but are slightly above the five-year average in some markets. Prices of some
staple foods slightly increased in some congested urban markets due to more local demand ahead of Ramadan. In
general, rice prices are higher than respective 2016 levels and five-year average due to price increases in Pakistan.
Outlook
•
Regional availability and price trends are expected to continue varying across Central Asia. Official estimates from
Kazakhstan confirm that nearly 15 million metric tons (MMT) of wheat were produced in 2016 - nine percent higher than
the previous year and two percent above the five-year average. As of April 01, 2017, wheat stocks stand at 8.6 MMT, 11
percent higher than last year. For 2017/18 lower wheat production is expected due to the reduction in the cropped area
motivated by the Kazakh crop diversification strategy (USDA/FAS).
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In Tajikistan, FAO/GIEWS forecasts better than last year cereal harvest including wheat due to favorable weather
conditions during spring. Despite the favorable prospects for the current harvest, wheat purchases are expected to
increase to replenish the low carryover stocks. Wheat imports in the 2017/18 marketing year are forecast at one MMT,
11 percent higher than the previous season’s level, but well below the average level of the previous five years. Potato
prices may increase further until new harvest arrives in August/September. Currency depreciation may lead to increased
prices of imported food items, including potatoes.
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Total 2016/17 wheat grain production in Pakistan is estimated at 25.5 MMT, slightly higher than in 2015/16 and the fiveyear average (USDA/FAS) and above-average carry-over stocks are nearly double the five-year average. For 2017/18,
estimates anticipate 25.2 MMT of wheat production (USDA/FAS).
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In Afghanistan, figures from the Agricultural Prospects Report of the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock
indicate 4.5 MMT wheat production in 2016 that is nearly similar to 2015/16 and the average. Favorable domestic and
regional supply conditions will contribute to stable prices in Afghanistan.
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX 1 May 2017 Prices
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
% Change Over
Current
Major markets
Bobo Dioulasso
Burkina Faso
Change over
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
2
-19
-11
►
▼
▼
7
5
-3
▲
►
►
4
-5
-9
►
►
▼
5
14
2
►
▲
►
1
5
-4
►
►
►
0
22
-3
►
▲
►
-10
-10
-18
▼
▼
▼
6
6
9
▲
▲
▲
4
-25
-6
►
▼
▼
7
-21
-22
▲
▼
▼
14
-9
-14
▲
▼
▼
15
18
-11
▲
▲
▼
0
-14
-14
►
▼
▼
13
-16
-22
▲
▼
▼
0
-
-
►
-
-
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Maize (White)
XOF 154.00
0
-8
-2
►
▼
►
Pouytenga
Maize (White)
Burkina Faso
XOF 145.00
$0.26
Millet (Pearl)
5
17
5
►
▲
►
XOF 209.00
$0.39
$0.35
Sorghum (White)
XOF 184.00
6
17
12
▲
▲
▲
Pouytenga
Sorghum (White)
Burkina Faso
XOF 144.00
$0.31
Djibo
Burkina Faso
$0.24
Maize (White)
XOF 204.00
Solenzo
1
2
0
►
►
►
Burkina Faso
$0.34
14
7
▲
▲
▲
XOF 174.00
$0.29
Sorghum (White)
Sorghum (White)
3
4
2
►
►
►
XOF 134.00
$0.32
Koudougou
Maize (White)
Burkina Faso
XOF 162.00
$0.23
Abeche
0
-5
-2
►
►
►
Chad
Millet (Pearl)
11
25
11
▲
▲
▲
$0.38
Sorghum (White)
XOF 185.00
Ouagadougou
XAF 180.00
$0.30
Bol
7
7
3
▲
▲
►
Chad
Mongo
0
0
-14
►
►
▼
Chad
$1.01
Moundou
0
-2
-1
►
►
►
Chad
$0.27
16
3
▲
▲
►
6
-7
►
▲
▼
Chad
Maize (White)
XAF 225.00
$0.38
Sorghum (White)
Millet (Pearl)
10
15
0
▲
▲
►
$0.36
XAF 220.00
$0.37
Whole milk powder
$9.16
XAF 200.00
XAF 173.00
Moussoro
0
$1.50
XOF 5450.00
Millet (Pearl)
$0.29
Refined Vegetable Oil
XOF 212.00
XAF 220.00
Sorghum (Red)
6
$0.40
XOF 890.00
Millet (Pearl)
$0.34
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 237.00
XAF 195.00
$0.37
Maize (White)
XOF 159.00
Maize (White)
$0.33
Gasoline
XOF 602.00
XAF 190.00
Sorghum (Red)
$0.31
Burkina Faso
Millet (Pearl)
$0.32
West Africa
West Africa
$0.27
XOF 229.00
XOF 136.00
Millet (Pearl)
6
$0.38
XOF 192.00
Maize (White)
$0.23
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 225.00
one month,
$0.24
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 232.00
% Change Over
one month,
Rice (5% Broken)
0
0
-1
►
►
►
XAF 600.00
$1.01
The Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) monitors trends in staple food prices in countries vulnerable to food insecurity. The Price Watch Annex 1 provides prices and price
changes for key markets and staple foods monitored across FEWS NET countries and regions. The prices are final monthly average prices for May 2017. Commodities included in the
Annex are the staples most often consumed by the poor in the indicated market. Additional commodities provided are important commodities consumed in the same areas or fuel prices that
affect food prices. Final monthly average prices are used. The symbols (▲►▼) depict the direction of price changes: the red upward-facing arrow denotes an increase of five percent or
greater. The blue horizontal arrow denotes no change or changes that are smaller than 5 percent, and the green downward-facing arrow denotes price decreases that are five percent or
greater. The three arrows respectively correspond to the percent change in prices this month compared to last month, last year, and the five-year average. The “-“ symbol indicates that data
are not available. The commodities with a reference (W) are wholesale prices. Otherwise, all reported prices are retail.
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
N'Djamena
Chad
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
11
2
1
▲
►
►
-5
1
22
►
►
▲
0
-14
-13
►
▼
▼
2
38
31
►
▲
▲
-1
-1
33
►
►
▲
17
17
-3
▲
▲
►
1
0
8
►
►
▲
14
24
3
▲
▲
►
6
21
8
▲
▲
▲
0
-6
6
►
▼
▲
-7
8
-1
▼
▲
►
-6
20
14
▼
▲
▲
7
-8
2
▲
▼
►
-3
9
0
►
▲
►
0
-25
-30
►
▼
▼
-3
-2
14
►
►
▲
0
0
0
►
►
►
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
5
-1
1
Major markets
Local milled rice
XAF 444.00
Timbuktu
►
►
Mali
►
$0.75
Adel Bagrou
0
-2
-4
►
►
Mauritania
►
$0.40
-18
-16
►
▼
$1.22
Refined sugar
2
-2
2
►
►
MRO 339.25
►
$0.84
$0.96
Sorghum (Red)
Rice (100% Broken)
0
-5
-2
►
►
MRO 377.50
►
$0.34
Sarh
Millet (Pearl)
Chad
XAF 220.00
$1.06
Sorghum (White)
10
0
-7
▲
►
MRO 154.50
▼
$0.37
$0.44
Sorghum (Red)
XAF 170.00
Wheat Grain
19
1
-12
▲
►
MRO 179.25
▼
$0.29
Accra
Maize (White) (W)
Ghana
GHS 1.50
$0.51
Aoujeft
0
-21
17
►
▼
Mauritania
▲
Bamako
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 231.00
3
10
-3
►
▲
►
$0.39
Rice (Gambiaca)
XOF 394.00
Gao
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 250.00
Aoujeft
Wheat Grain
MRO 145.00
$0.41
Boghé
5
5
1
►
►
►
Mauritania
Kayes
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 250.00
Refined Vegetable Oil
0
22
9
►
▲
MRO 375.00
▲
$1.06
Refined sugar
0
0
-7
►
►
MRO 255.00
▼
$0.42
Koulikoro
Millet (Pearl)
Mali
XOF 196.00
$0.72
Rice (100% Broken)
11
12
-10
▲
▲
MRO 210.00
▼
$0.33
Mopti
Millet (Pearl)
Mali
XOF 225.00
$0.59
Sorghum (White)
5
13
4
►
▲
MRO 190.63
►
$0.38
Segou
Millet (Pearl)
Mali
XOF 194.00
$0.54
Wheat Grain
11
11
-3
▲
▲
MRO 93.73
►
$0.33
$0.26
Rice (Gambiaca)
XOF 350.00
Magta-lahjar
0
0
0
►
►
►
$0.59
Sikasso
Millet (Pearl)
Mali
XOF 219.00
$0.37
Milled rice
MRO 187.50
$0.53
$0.42
Mali
MRO 387.50
Mauritania
$0.66
Mali
Sorghum (White)
$1.09
West Africa
West Africa
$0.35
Mali
Milled rice
MRO 282.25
MRO 432.25
▼
Rice (5% Broken)
XAF 200.00
XOF 341.00
Refined Vegetable Oil
3
$0.41
XAF 498.00
Local milled rice
$0.80
Millet (Pearl)
XAF 246.00
one month,
$0.57
Maize (White)
XAF 240.00
% Change Over
Mauritania
Milled rice
MRO 252.50
$0.71
Refined Vegetable Oil
10
10
-4
▲
▲
►
MRO 500.00
$1.41
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
% Change Over
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
5
44
30
►
▲
▲
5
53
34
►
▲
▲
0
9
10
►
▲
▲
1
17
5
►
▲
►
0
0
-5
►
►
►
2
9
3
►
▲
►
-
39
-
-
▲
-
-11
33
-
▼
▲
-
1
34
-
►
▲
-
4
44
-
►
▲
-
4
8
5
►
▲
►
-2
14
10
►
▲
▲
-
35
-
-
▲
-
-
78
-
-
▲
-
-
99
-
-
▲
-
1
58
-
►
▲
-
-4
83
-
►
▲
-
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Magta-lahjar
Refined sugar
Mauritania
MRO 265.00
-5
23
12
Change over
one month,
►
▲
Major markets
▲
Maradi
Millet (Pearl)
Niger
XOF 287.00
$0.75
$0.48
Rice (100% Broken)
MRO 325.00
Sorghum (Mixed)
-14
8
25
▼
▲
XOF 258.00
▲
$0.92
$0.43
Sorghum (White)
MRO 300.00
Niamey
4
45
17
►
▲
Niger
▲
$0.85
Nouakchott
4
-7
►
►
XOF 280.00
▼
$0.47
Maize (White)
MRO 200.00
Rice (5% Broken)
0
-20
-10
►
▼
XOF 400.00
▼
$0.56
$0.67
Milled rice
Sorghum (Mixed)
MRO 280.00
8
4
24
▲
►
XOF 242.00
▲
$0.79
$0.41
Refined Vegetable Oil
MRO 400.00
3
-11
-15
►
▼
▼
Ouallam
Millet (Pearl)
Niger
XOF 326.00
$1.13
$0.55
Rice (100% Broken)
MRO 350.00
Sabon Machi
17
17
32
▲
▲
Niger
▲
West Africa
Sorghum (White)
MRO 350.00
17
17
11
▲
▲
▲
$0.99
Tahoua
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 321.00
$0.54
Sorghum (Mixed)
0
-17
-29
►
▼
XOF 291.00
▼
$0.28
Agadez
Millet (Pearl)
Niger
XOF 332.00
$0.49
27
54
-
▲
▲
-
Tillabéri
Millet (Pearl)
Niger
XOF 279.00
$0.56
$0.47
Rice (5% Broken)
XOF 500.00
Sorghum (Mixed)
0
0
-
►
►
-
XOF 258.00
$0.84
Diffa
Cowpeas (Mixed)
Niger
XOF 380.50
$0.43
Dandume
-4
5
-
►
►
-
Nigeria
$0.64
41
13
►
▲
NGN 170.71
▲
$0.54
Sorghum (Mixed)
Sorghum (White)
-17
2
-10
▼
►
NGN 160.78
▼
$0.33
Gaya
Maize (Mixed)
Niger
XOF 233.00
Maradi
NGN 254.55
Millet (Pearl)
5
$0.48
XOF 197.00
Local milled rice
$0.81
Millet (Pearl)
XOF 285.00
XOF 385.00
Niger
Wheat Grain
MRO 100.00
Cowpeas (Mixed)
$0.65
West Africa
$0.99
Niger
XOF 235.00
Millet (Pearl)
0
$0.38
Mauritania
Maize (Mixed)
$0.39
Wheat Grain
MRO 135.00
$0.51
-1
-2
9
►
►
▲
Giwa
Maize (White)
Nigeria
NGN 151.33
$0.39
$0.48
Maize (Mixed)
Sorghum (White)
XOF 245.00
$0.41
one month,
% Change Over
2
23
16
►
▲
▲
NGN 126.52
$0.40
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
% Change Over
price/kg
Major markets
US$ price
Ibadan
Bread
Nigeria
NGN 460.53
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
0
54
119
Change over
one month,
►
▲
Major markets
▲
Dakar
Senegal
XOF 240.00
108
-
►
▲
-
XOF 300.00
0
-11
23
►
▼
▲
Kaolak
Millet
Senegal
XOF 195.00
$0.46
68
127
▲
▲
XOF 275.00
▲
Saint-Louis
7
48
95
▲
▲
Senegal
▲
$1.57
108
167
►
▲
11
0
►
▲
►
0
11
4
►
▲
►
1
29
7
►
▲
▲
1
-6
-2
►
▼
►
2
13
4
►
▲
►
0
8
1
►
▲
►
2
36
-1
►
▲
►
0
2
-1
►
►
►
$0.48
Tambacounda
9
41
-
▲
▲
-
Senegal
$0.64
Millet
XOF 198.00
$0.33
Gasoline
Ziguinchor
0
11
-
►
▲
-
Senegal
Rice (100% Broken)
XOF 285.00
$0.48
Groundnuts (Shelled)
10
34
-
▲
▲
-
-18
47
-
▼
▲
-
8
60
109
▲
▲
▲
-5
49
-
►
▲
-
0
52
-
►
▲
-
3
51
-
►
▲
-
28
95
-
▲
▲
-
-5
57
-
►
▲
-
-7
104
-
▼
▲
-
$1.05
West Africa
$0.46
West Africa
0
Millet
XOF 240.00
XOF 285.00
▲
Diesel
NGN 328.90
5-year avg.
Rice (100% Broken)
0
$0.63
NGN 145.00
avg.
$0.40
Sorghum (White)
NGN 202.00
year
$0.46
Palm Oil (Refined)
Kano
month
Rice (100% Broken)
6
$0.55
Nigeria
one year, and
$0.33
Maize (White)
NGN 198.68
5-year
$0.50
Gasoline
NGN 493.33
One
Rice (100% Broken)
0
$0.86
NGN 173.08
one month,
One
$0.40
Diesel
NGN 145.00
US$ price
Millet
$1.47
NGN 270.00
% Change Over
Maize (White) (W)
NGN 145.60
$0.46
Kano
Nigeria
Millet (Pearl) (W)
NGN 158.00
$0.50
Sorghum (White) (W)
NGN 144.80
$0.46
Kaura Namoda
Nigeria
Maize (White)
NGN 150.85
$0.48
Sorghum (White)
NGN 139.94
$0.45
Lagos
Yams
Nigeria
NGN 269.54
$0.86
Saminaka
Nigeria
Maize (White)
NGN 138.08
$0.44
Sorghum (White)
NGN 157.19
$0.50
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Bujumbura
Burundi
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
-18
182
142
▼
▲
▲
1
56
87
►
▲
▲
0
225
94
►
▲
▲
-25
13
3
▼
▲
►
3
86
77
►
▲
▲
6
46
33
▲
▲
▲
3
50
33
►
▲
▲
-3
115
99
►
▲
▲
2
73
97
►
▲
▲
6
37
14
▲
▲
▲
-19
27
21
▼
▲
▲
3
52
45
►
▲
▲
0
69
47
►
▲
▲
10
97
124
▲
▲
▲
8
85
92
▲
▲
▲
-2
71
85
►
▲
▲
-18
15
20
▼
▲
▲
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Cassava Flour
BIF 1329.00
Kirundo
-2
39
39
►
▲
Burundi
▲
$0.78
Muyinga
26
89
59
▲
▲
Burundi
▲
$0.49
58
58
►
▲
$0.44
Dry Beans (Mixed)
1
48
23
►
▲
BIF 866.62
▲
$0.51
Sweet potatoes
Maize (White)
-15
75
27
▼
▲
BIF 1060.23
▲
$0.30
Gitega
Cassava Flour
Burundi
BIF 1104.25
$0.63
Milled rice
6
46
55
▲
▲
BIF 1874.11
▲
$0.65
$1.11
Cooking bananas
BIF 417.50
Sorghum (Red)
-10
56
22
▼
▲
BIF 1225.00
▲
$0.25
$0.72
Dry Beans (Mixed)
BIF 1000.00
Sweet potatoes
-24
25
14
▼
▲
BIF 588.17
▲
$0.35
Maize (White)
BIF 1100.00
9
129
95
▲
▲
▲
$0.65
East Africa
$0.59
East Africa
BIF 1252.75
$1.17
BIF 501.75
Ngozi
Burundi
39
20
▼
▲
BIF 453.00
▲
$0.27
Sorghum (Red)
Dry Beans (Mixed)
1
46
41
►
▲
BIF 1075.00
▲
$0.63
$0.63
Sweet potatoes
BIF 580.75
Milled rice
-6
85
137
▼
▲
BIF 1844.50
▲
$0.34
$1.09
Cassava Flour
BIF 1433.25
Sorghum (Red)
-2
93
110
►
▲
BIF 1166.67
▲
$0.85
$0.69
Cooking bananas
BIF 628.00
Sweet potatoes
-25
61
67
▼
▲
BIF 479.50
▲
$0.37
$0.28
Dry Beans (Mixed)
BIF 775.00
BIF 1383.33
Cooking bananas
-10
$1.00
BIF 1075.00
Cassava Flour
$0.82
Milled rice
BIF 1700.00
Kirundo
Cassava Flour
BIF 740.38
▲
Milled rice
Burundi
BIF 654.75
Cooking bananas
-4
$0.99
BIF 1991.50
Sweet potatoes
$0.74
Dry Beans (Mixed)
BIF 1683.25
Ruyigi
-31
2
3
▼
►
►
Burundi
Cassava Flour
BIF 1165.20
$0.46
$0.69
Milled rice
Cooking bananas
BIF 1925.00
7
45
34
▲
▲
▲
$1.14
$0.59
BIF 581.90
$0.34
Sorghum (Red)
BIF 1000.00
one month,
$0.39
Cooking bananas
BIF 831.75
% Change Over
Dry Beans (Mixed)
0
68
39
►
▲
▲
BIF 951.70
$0.56
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Ruyigi
Burundi
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
0
0
-
►
►
-
0
0
-
►
►
-
0
####
-
►
-
-
0
0
-
►
►
-
10
39
37
▲
▲
▲
7
-3
5
▲
►
►
3
37
28
►
▲
▲
9
36
25
▲
▲
▲
7
3
11
▲
►
▲
0
-
-
►
-
-
7
-4
16
▲
►
▲
18
37
31
▲
▲
▲
-4
-20
-11
►
▼
▼
19
40
37
▲
▲
▲
-
42
42
-
▲
▲
-
0
19
-
►
▲
0
9
20
►
▲
▲
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Maize (White)
BIF 887.00
9
94
71
▲
▲
▲
Obock
Wheat Flour
Djibouti
DJF 120.00
$0.52
$0.67
Milled rice
BIF 1950.00
-6
46
41
▼
▲
▲
Tadjourah
Milled rice
Djibouti
DJF 120.00
$1.15
$0.67
Sorghum (Red)
BIF 748.70
Sorghum (Red)
-17
106
6
▼
▲
DJF 100.00
▲
$0.44
$0.56
Sweet potatoes
BIF 382.00
Wheat Flour
-5
76
48
►
▲
DJF 100.00
▲
$0.23
Alisabieh
Milled rice
Djibouti
DJF 100.00
$0.56
Addis Ababa
0
0
-
►
►
-
Ethiopia
$0.56
0
-
►
►
-
ETB 8.98
$0.39
Wheat Flour
Bahir Dar
0
0
-
►
►
-
Ethiopia
$0.56
Arta
Milled rice
Djibouti
DJF 120.00
Bure
0
20
-
►
▲
-
Ethiopia
0
-
►
►
-
Wheat Flour
Milled rice
DJF 120.00
$0.35
Dire Dawa
0
0
-
►
►
-
Ethiopia
0
-
►
►
-
ETB 10.82
$0.48
0
0
-
►
►
-
Mekele
Maize (White) (W)
Ethiopia
ETB 6.90
$0.67
$0.30
Wheat Flour
Wheat Grain (W)
0
-17
-
►
▼
-
ETB 8.00
$0.56
Djibouti City
Milled rice
Djibouti
DJF 120.00
$0.35
Nekemte
0
0
-13
►
►
▼
Ethiopia
$0.67
Maize (White) (W)
ETB 6.00
$0.26
Sorghum Flour
DJF 200.00
ETB 8.00
Wheat Grain (W)
0
Sorghum (Red)
DJF 100.00
Maize (White)
$0.35
$0.67
DJF 120.00
ETB 5.65
ETB 8.00
$0.56
Dikhil
Maize (White) (W)
Wheat Grain (W)
East Africa
East Africa
0
$0.84
Djibouti
ETB 6.15
$0.25
Sorghum (Red)
DJF 100.00
Maize (White) (W)
$0.27
$0.67
DJF 150.00
ETB 6.63
Wheat Grain (W)
0
$0.56
DJF 100.00
Maize (White) (W)
$0.29
Sorghum (Red)
DJF 100.00
Sodo
0
0
-
►
►
-
Ethiopia
Maize (White)
ETB 7.80
$1.12
$0.34
Wheat Flour
Wheat Grain
DJF 120.00
0
0
-3
►
►
ETB 11.00
►
$0.67
Obock
Milled rice
Djibouti
DJF 130.00
$0.73
one month,
% Change Over
$0.48
-7
0
-
▼
►
-
Yabelo
Wheat Grain
Ethiopia
ETB 12.00
$0.53
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The Famine Early Warning Systems Network
6
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Eldoret
Kenya
% Change Over
Current
price/kg
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Dry Beans (Rosecoco)
(W)
KES 110.00
0
22
22
Change over
one month,
►
▲
Major markets
▲
Diesel
Somalia
SOS 19200.00
61
44
▲
▲
SOS 21200.00
▲
54
-10
▲
▲
SOS 11320.00
▼
36
26
►
▲
SOS 25000.00
▲
$1.13
Dry Beans (Rosecoco)
(W)
KES 111.11
Rice (Parboiled)
0
25
31
►
▲
SOS 14000.00
▲
$1.09
63
44
►
▲
SOS 10180.00
▲
Beled Hawa
3
-3
-23
►
►
Somalia
▼
$0.33
Beled Weyn
2
63
41
►
▲
Somalia
▲
KES 31.00
-23
-11
-
▼
▼
-
$0.31
Sorghum (Red) (W)
KES 75.56
0
89
-
►
▲
-
Bossaso
Somalia
Mombasa
Dry Beans (Rosecoco)
(W)
KES 89.07
30
21
►
▲
7
87
59
▲
▲
▲
SOS 12000.00
▼
-6
76
67
▼
▲
▲
1
0
-19
►
►
▼
0
0
-2
►
►
►
-5
132
132
►
▲
▲
13
-
-
▲
-
-
-16
-
-
▼
-
-
0
7
-3
►
▲
►
0
-15
-15
►
▼
▼
7
60
72
▲
▲
▲
9
45
-2
▲
▲
►
0
24
4
►
▲
►
-10
13
15
▼
▲
▲
0
0
0
►
►
►
0
0
2
►
►
►
-11
33
33
▼
▲
▲
Rice (Parboiled)
SOS 15000.00
Cowpeas (Red)
SOS 23500.00
SOS 12850.00
Burao
Diesel
Somalia
SLS 6000.00
40
20
▼
▲
▲
SLS 7000.00
$0.81
Maize (White)
1
28
17
►
▲
▲
SLS 4500.00
$0.52
Refined Vegetable Oil
3
75
50
►
▲
▲
SLS 12000.00
$1.39
Potatoes, Irish (white) (W)
Rice (Parboiled)
-4
7
-19
►
▲
▼
$0.30
SLS 5000.00
$0.58
Sorghum (Red) (W)
$0.58
►
Sorghum (Red)
$0.51
KES 58.81
►
Gasoline
-9
Maize (White) (W)
KES 30.43
-10
$0.69
$0.83
KES 51.56
-4
$0.58
$0.45
Dry Beans (Rosecoco)
(W)
KES 84.41
SOS 19200.00
Buale
▲
Sorghum (Red) (W)
Nairobi
2
Maize (White)
-2
$0.53
Kenya
▼
$1.06
Maize (White) (W)
KES 45.42
►
Sorghum (Red)
Somalia
$0.88
KES 53.67
►
$0.68
$0.74
Kenya
-19
$0.54
East Africa
East Africa
$0.57
Potatoes, Irish (white) (W)
-4
$0.86
Sorghum (Red) (W)
Kitui
-2
$0.46
Potatoes, Irish (white) (W)
Kenya
5-year avg.
Sorghum (Red)
2
$0.57
KES 57.78
avg.
$0.63
Maize (White) (W)
KES 33.82
year
Refined Vegetable Oil
0
$0.74
KES 57.78
month
$0.51
Sorghum (Red) (W)
Kisumu
one year, and
Maize (White)
8
$0.26
Kenya
5-year
$0.95
Potatoes, Irish (white) (W)
KES 75.00
One
Gasoline
13
$0.46
KES 26.67
One
$0.86
Maize (White) (W)
KES 46.48
US$ price
Baidoa
$1.08
one month,
% Change Over
Sorghum (Red)
5
51
36
►
▲
▲
SLS 4000.00
$0.46
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The Famine Early Warning Systems Network
7
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
El Dhere
Somalia
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
58
90
85
▲
▲
▲
-4
10
-12
►
▲
▼
-7
-7
-18
▼
▼
▼
10
79
70
▲
▲
▲
18
48
-
▲
▲
-
-23
-29
-
▼
▼
-
1
45
36
►
▲
▲
0
-8
-19
►
▼
▼
-2
-2
-4
►
►
►
28
149
144
▲
▲
▲
-13
4
17
▼
►
▲
13
650
1177
▲
▲
▲
-
241
746
-
▲
▲
-10
546
1690
▼
▲
▲
-14
343
1055
▼
▲
▲
-10
352
861
▼
▲
▲
-11
-
-
▼
-
-
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Cowpeas (Red)
SOS 32000.00
23
129
171
▲
▲
▲
Mogadishu
Maize (White)
Somalia
SOS 17000.00
$1.44
Gadon
Diesel
Somalia
SOS 25000.00
$0.77
Refined Vegetable Oil
9
25
0
▲
▲
SOS 22000.00
►
$1.13
$0.99
Gasoline
SOS 28000.00
Rice (Parboiled)
12
22
22
▲
▲
SOS 11200.00
▲
$1.26
$0.50
Refined Vegetable Oil
SOS 55000.00
Sorghum (Red)
0
22
-1
►
▲
SOS 10900.00
►
$2.48
$0.49
Rice (Parboiled)
SOS 22000.00
Qorioley
10
22
-
▲
▲
-
Somalia
$0.99
Gasoline
0
0
6
►
►
SOS 16250.00
▲
$0.77
Galkayo
Somalia
$0.73
Cowpeas (Red)
SOS 48000.00
Maize (White)
0
140
107
►
▲
SOS 8750.00
▲
$2.16
$0.39
Rice (Parboiled)
SOS 20000.00
Refined Vegetable Oil
11
27
25
▲
▲
SOS 24000.00
▲
$0.90
$1.08
40
133
155
▲
▲
▲
$1.26
Garowe
Somalia
Rice (Parboiled)
East Africa
East Africa
Sorghum (Red)
SOS 28000.00
SOS 14750.00
$0.66
Rice (Parboiled)
SOS 16500.00
Sorghum (Red)
-3
3
-2
►
►
SOS 12125.00
►
$0.74
Hargeisa
Somalia
$0.55
Rice (Parboiled)
SLS 5000.00
Togwajale
0
0
6
►
►
▲
Somalia
$0.58
Lugh
Maize (White)
Somalia
SOS 12000.00
Aweil
-8
-6
14
▼
▼
▲
South Sudan
Cowpeas (Red)
SOS 40500.00
25
53
►
▲
Mogadishu
$0.65
Juba
19
103
103
▲
▲
▲
South Sudan
Maize (White)
SSP 110.71
$1.01
Cowpeas (Red)
SOS 45000.00
SSP 150.00
SSP 71.43
▲
$1.82
Somalia
Groundnuts (Shelled)
Sorghum (White)
0
$0.59
Merka
SLS 3500.00
$1.37
Sorghum (Red)
Somalia
Sorghum (White)
$0.41
$0.54
SOS 13000.00
Diesel
SOS 20000.00
$0.90
Sorghum (Red)
SOS 17000.00
Sorghum (White)
15
139
164
▲
▲
SSP 88.57
▲
$2.03
$0.81
Diesel
Wheat Flour
SOS 12000.00
0
-25
-40
►
▼
SSP 134.20
▼
$0.54
$1.22
Gasoline
SOS 15000.00
$0.68
one month,
% Change Over
Malakal
0
0
-29
►
►
▼
South Sudan
Sorghum (White)
SSP 46.43
$0.42
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The Famine Early Warning Systems Network
8
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Malakal
South Sudan
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
-3
-5
-
►
►
-
-4
20
-
►
▲
-
-4
41
-
►
▲
-
2
50
-
►
▲
-
-5
-9
-
►
▼
-
10
10
-
▲
▲
-
6
86
-
▲
▲
-
0
25
-
►
▲
-
-9
-2
-
▼
►
-
0
16
-
►
▲
-
0
0
-
►
►
-
0
-20
-
►
▼
-
4
-9
-
►
▼
-
-18
5
24
▼
►
▲
0
-23
8
►
▼
▲
-22
93
30
▼
▲
▲
-20
189
85
▼
▲
▲
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Wheat Flour
SSP 156.67
El Obeid
3
-
-
►
-
-
Sudan
$1.43
Wau
South Sudan
1536
3475
▲
▲
SDG 7.74
▲
$1.17
Sorghum (White)
Geneina
7
216
765
▲
▲
Sudan
▲
$0.78
Sorghum (Feterita)
-2
284
993
►
▲
SDG 5.40
▲
$1.31
Ad Damazin
Sudan
$0.81
Millet
SDG 5.83
Kadugli
0
0
13
►
►
Sudan
▲
$0.88
Sorghum (Feterita)
0
-7
7
►
▼
SDG 4.38
▲
$0.50
$0.66
Wheat Grain
SDG 9.67
Wheat Grain
0
45
74
►
▲
SDG 7.98
▲
$1.46
Al Qadarif
Sudan
$1.20
Millet
SDG 5.76
Nyala
-2
4
26
►
►
Sudan
▲
$0.87
-13
8
▲
▼
▲
Sorghum (Feterita)
East Africa
East Africa
10
$0.42
SDG 4.77
$0.72
Wheat Grain
SDG 7.90
Wheat Grain
-2
13
46
►
▲
SDG 9.44
▲
$1.19
Dongola
Sudan
$1.42
Millet
SDG 9.20
Om Durman
0
11
-
►
▲
-
Sudan
$1.39
Sorghum (Feterita)
0
19
-
►
▲
-
SDG 4.00
$0.75
$0.60
Wheat Grain
SDG 6.60
Wheat Grain
0
32
-
►
▲
-
SDG 7.25
$0.99
El Fasher
Sudan
$1.09
Millet
SDG 8.00
Port Sudan
-1
37
-
►
▲
-
Sudan
$1.21
Sorghum (Feterita)
0
18
-
►
▲
-
SDG 3.33
$0.90
$0.50
Wheat Grain
SDG 9.00
Arusha
-8
24
-
▼
▲
-
$1.36
El Obeid
Sudan
Millet
SDG 6.45
$0.97
Millet
SDG 6.00
$0.90
Sorghum (Feterita)
SDG 6.00
Millet
SDG 8.00
$1.21
Sorghum (Feterita)
SDG 5.00
Millet
SDG 8.11
$1.22
Sorghum (Feterita)
SDG 2.76
Millet
SDG 6.63
$1.00
Sorghum (Feterita)
SDG 3.33
Millet
SDG 5.20
$0.78
Wheat Flour
SSP 143.33
SDG 3.76
Wheat Grain
29
$5.47
SSP 85.71
Sorghum (Feterita)
$0.57
Groundnuts (Shelled)
SSP 600.00
one month,
% Change Over
Tanzania, United
Republic of
Dry Beans (Mixed) (W)
TZS 1655.00
$0.74
Maize (White) (W)
0
-6
-
►
▼
-
TZS 938.33
$0.42
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The Famine Early Warning Systems Network
9
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Arusha
Tanzania, United
Republic of
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
6
83
53
▲
▲
▲
0
93
80
►
▲
▲
-4
26
24
►
▲
▲
1
25
4
►
▲
►
3
97
76
►
▲
▲
0
11
4
►
▲
►
0
-
-
►
-
-
-6
-3
0
▼
►
►
4
-
-
►
-
-
-3
3
2
►
►
►
0
-
-
►
-
-
-29
-10
-8
▼
▼
▼
-17
-
-
▼
-
-
6
24
24
▲
▲
▲
7
-
-
▲
-
-
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Milled rice (W)
TZS 1820.00
Masindi
-7
73
21
▼
▲
Uganda
▲
$0.82
Dar es Salaam
Dry Beans (Mixed) (W)
Tanzania, United
Republic of
TZS 2031.21
16
26
►
▲
USD 0.64
▲
$0.64
Mbarara
-17
59
68
▼
▲
Uganda
▲
$0.46
5
15
►
►
UGX 2820.00
▲
$0.79
Dry Beans (Mixed) (W)
Soroti
Millet (Finger)
TZS 1550.00
Uganda
UGX 3000.00
0
13
26
►
▲
▲
$0.70
$0.84
Maize (White) (W)
TZS 815.56
-3
54
72
►
▲
▲
Aden
Wheat Flour
Yemen
YER 170.00
$0.37
$0.68
Milled rice (W)
TZS 1788.89
Wheat Grain
-1
20
22
►
▲
YER 170.00
▲
$0.81
$0.68
Dry Beans (Mixed) (W)
TZS 1308.06
Al Hudaydah
-23
6
30
▼
▲
$0.59
TZS 595.00
-39
36
75
▼
▲
▲
$0.27
Arua
Cassava Chips
Uganda
UGX 1640.00
Gulu
9
43
74
▲
▲
▲
YER 140.00
$0.56
Amran
Wheat Flour
Yemen
YER 160.00
$0.64
Dry Beans (K124/Nabe 4)
UGX 2960.00
Wheat Grain
-1
-2
17
►
►
YER 140.00
▲
$0.83
Kampala
Uganda
$0.56
Cooking bananas
UGX 1468.35
-10
50
54
▼
▲
▲
Hajja
Wheat Flour
Yemen
YER 143.00
$0.41
$0.57
Dry Beans (Mixed) (W)
USD 0.64
Wheat Grain
-9
-16
-29
▼
▼
YER 150.00
▼
$0.64
$0.60
Maize (White)
UGX 2270.00
8
66
66
▲
▲
▲
$0.64
Lira
Wheat Flour
YER 190.00
Wheat Grain
0
82
76
►
▲
▲
$0.50
Uganda
Sana'a
Yemen
$0.76
Sorghum (Red) (W)
USD 0.50
YER 150.00
Wheat Grain
$0.46
Uganda
Wheat Flour
$0.60
Maize (White) (W)
East Africa
Yemen
▲
East Africa
Songea
Tanzania, United
Republic of
UGX 1123.40
Dry Beans (K124/Nabe 4)
3
$0.86
Mbeya
Cooking bananas
$0.31
Milled rice (W)
Tanzania, United
Republic of
USD 0.43
Sorghum (Red) (W)
-3
Maize (White) (W)
TZS 1910.25
Maize (White) (W)
$0.43
$0.91
TZS 1031.90
one month,
% Change Over
YER 160.00
$0.64
Dry Beans (K124/Nabe 4)
UGX 2760.00
6
16
19
▲
▲
▲
4
1
-5
►
►
►
$0.77
Masindi
Uganda
Dry Beans (Mixed) (W)
USD 0.81
$0.81
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The Famine Early Warning Systems Network
10
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
% Change Over
price/kg
Major markets
Karonga
Malawi
US$ price
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
-32
-33
-7
▼
▼
▼
-45
-50
0
▼
▼
►
5
25
56
►
▲
▲
-41
-64
-7
▼
▼
▼
-18
-48
-1
▼
▼
►
-13
-33
42
▼
▼
▲
0
41
41
►
▲
▲
-33
-47
3
▼
▼
►
1
28
92
►
▲
▲
-1
91
95
►
▲
▲
2
62
109
►
▲
▲
-2
-33
9
►
▼
▲
-4
-
-
►
-
-
9
31
81
▲
▲
▲
0
0
55
►
►
▲
0
40
40
►
▲
▲
-16
-29
7
▼
▼
▲
One
One
5-year
one year, and
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Cassava
MWK 83.54
Chókwe
-63
0
-
▼
►
-
Mozambique
$0.12
-10
-
▼
▼
-
MZN 14.91
$0.22
Milled rice
Rice (5% Broken)
-26
-23
22
▼
▼
MZN 50.00
▲
$0.65
Lilongwe
Malawi
$0.75
Maize (White)
MWK 110.00
16
-39
-9
▲
▼
▼
Gorongosa
Cowpeas (Mixed)
Mozambique
MZN 45.38
$0.15
$0.68
Milled rice
Maize (White)
MWK 750.00
-12
7
62
▼
▲
MZN 8.61
▲
$1.04
Lunzu
Cassava
Malawi
MWK 297.21
$0.13
Maputo
0
-30
-
►
▼
-
Mozambique
$0.41
MWK 103.88
-48
-2
▼
▼
MZN 51.89
►
$0.77
Milled rice
-11
42
▼
▼
Maize (White)
MWK 79.88
-43
-47
-15
▼
▼
▼
$0.11
Milled rice
MWK 650.69
-12
7
52
▼
▲
MZN 17.14
▲
$0.26
Southern Africa
Southern Africa
Maize (White)
-31
$0.86
Mitundu
Maize Meal
MZN 60.42
$0.90
Refined Vegetable Oil
MZN 114.58
▲
$0.90
Mzuzu
Malawi
$1.71
Cassava
MWK 367.80
Rice (5% Broken)
-3
59
-
►
▲
-
MZN 56.67
$0.51
$0.84
Maize (White)
MWK 105.00
Maxixe
-38
-30
-
▼
▼
-
Mozambique
$0.15
Nsanje
Maize (White)
MWK 112.71
-5
31
▼
►
MZN 19.29
▲
$0.29
Rice (5% Broken)
-32
-50
1
▼
▼
MZN 51.92
►
$0.16
Salima
Malawi
$0.77
Cassava
MWK 205.00
Nampula
28
49
-
▲
▲
-
$0.28
-25
-39
-
▼
▼
-
MZN 50.00
MZN 53.66
$0.80
Milled rice
$0.75
Cowpeas (Mixed)
Diesel
$0.17
MWK 540.00
Mozambique
$0.75
Maize (White)
MWK 123.33
MZN 27.55
Maize (White)
-19
$0.83
Malawi
Cowpeas (Mixed)
$0.41
Milled rice
MWK 600.20
MZN 42.23
Diesel
-41
$0.14
MWK 620.56
Cowpeas (Mixed)
$0.63
Maize (White)
Malawi
MZN 40.00
Maize (White)
-31
$0.22
MWK 468.19
Cowpeas (Mixed)
$0.60
Maize (White)
MWK 160.20
one month,
% Change Over
Maize (White)
-17
-4
36
▼
►
▲
MZN 10.29
$0.15
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Nampula
Mozambique
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Refined Vegetable Oil
MZN 64.25
-2
29
47
►
▲
▲
Lusaka
Zambia
ZMW 10.72
8
54
►
▲
ZMW 2.50
▲
14
70
▲
▲
ZMW 3.10
▲
0
-44
-11
►
▼
▼
Mansa
Maize (White)
Zambia
ZMW 1.78
$0.15
$0.19
Rice (5% Broken)
Roller Maize Meal
0
11
42
►
▲
ZMW 3.05
▲
$0.75
Chipata
Zambia
-11
23
72
▼
▲
▲
Mongu
Maize (White)
Zambia
ZMW 3.21
$0.24
40
-
►
▲
-
ZMW 3.31
Southern Africa
Maize (White)
ZMW 2.22
Solwezi
0
14
67
►
▲
Roller Maize Meal
-14
-11
26
▼
▼
▲
$0.28
Kabwe
Maize (White)
Zambia
ZMW 2.88
0
67
113
►
▲
Zambia
▲
$0.24
ZMW 2.59
▲
Bulawayo
Maize (White)
USD 0.40
Maize (White)
ZMW 2.87
20
66
►
▲
USD 0.65
▲
Gwanda
-31
19
37
▼
▲
▲
Zimbabwe
▼
►
▲
-1
21
61
►
▲
▲
-38
-11
21
▼
▼
▲
-4
16
52
►
▲
▲
-4
62
91
►
▲
▲
-1
19
53
►
▲
▲
-5
31
75
►
▲
▲
-5
29
57
►
▲
▲
-13
-13
-13
▼
▼
▼
0
0
0
►
►
►
0
-21
-6
►
▼
▼
0
0
3
►
►
►
-1
11
-8
►
▲
▼
-1
3
-7
►
►
▼
-8
0
3
▼
►
►
-5
9
4
►
▲
►
Maize (White)
USD 0.45
Roller Maize Meal
0
40
70
►
▲
USD 0.65
▲
$0.65
Harare
-14
22
72
▼
▲
▲
Zimbabwe
Diesel
USD 1.19
$1.19
Gasoline
-1
31
73
►
▲
▲
USD 1.33
$0.35
$1.33
Lusaka
Diesel
Maize (White)
Zambia
ZMW 10.72
0
25
25
►
▲
▲
$1.16
USD 0.34
$0.34
Maize (White)
$0.27
34
$0.45
Roller Maize Meal
ZMW 2.50
-3
$0.65
$0.31
ZMW 3.25
-10
Roller Maize Meal
-2
$0.36
Kitwe
ZMW 2.73
Zimbabwe
Roller Maize Meal
Zambia
▲
$0.36
$0.21
ZMW 3.35
▲
$0.40
Maize (White)
ZMW 1.97
►
Maize (White)
ZMW 3.29
$0.33
Kasama
25
Roller Maize Meal
Roller Maize Meal
Zambia
25
$0.30
$0.31
ZMW 3.06
0
$0.36
Southern Africa
Choma
5-year avg.
Roller Maize Meal
-1
$0.35
Zambia
avg.
$0.35
Roller Maize Meal
ZMW 3.24
year
$0.33
Maize (White)
ZMW 2.22
month
$0.34
Maize (White)
MZN 50.00
one year, and
Roller Maize Meal
14
$0.60
MZN 9.97
5-year
$0.27
Cowpeas (Mixed)
MZN 40.00
One
Maize (White)
-4
$0.64
Tete
one month,
One
$1.16
Rice (5% Broken)
Mozambique
US$ price
Diesel
$0.96
MZN 43.25
% Change Over
Roller Maize Meal
-10
-3
34
▼
►
▲
USD 0.60
$0.60
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12
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
% Change Over
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
-1
6
-
►
▲
-
-4
-8
-
►
▼
-
-3
0
-
►
►
-
-2
-5
-
►
►
-
1
4
0
►
►
►
-3
-40
-33
►
▼
▼
-4
-10
-16
►
▼
▼
0
-39
-29
►
▼
▼
1
-11
-17
►
▼
▼
-1
-10
-17
►
▼
▼
-2
-41
-33
►
▼
▼
0
-6
-8
►
▼
▼
0
-1
-4
►
►
►
0
-9
-10
►
▼
▼
0
0
-6
►
►
▼
-3
-42
-34
►
▼
▼
-1
5
0
►
►
►
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Masvingo
Maize (White)
Zimbabwe
USD 0.34
Change over
one month,
Major markets
San Jose
-15
-26
-15
▼
▼
Costa Rica
▼
$0.34
Dry Beans (Black) (W)
USD 1.66
$1.66
Roller Maize Meal
USD 0.57
one month,
% Change Over
Dry Beans (Red) (W)
0
-5
-3
►
►
USD 2.01
►
$0.57
$2.01
Maize (White) (W)
USD 0.74
$0.74
Refined sugar (W)
USD 1.06
$1.06
Ahuachapán
El Salvador
Dry Beans (Seda Red) (W)
USD 1.27
$1.27
Maize (White) (W)
USD 0.25
$0.25
La Unión
Dry Beans (Seda Red) (W)
El Salvador
USD 1.21
$1.21
Central America and Caribbean
Southern Africa
Maize (White) (W)
USD 0.30
$0.30
San Miguel
El Salvador
Dry Beans (Red) (W)
USD 1.04
$1.04
Dry Beans (Seda Red) (W)
USD 1.11
$1.11
Maize (White) (W)
USD 0.26
$0.26
San Salvador
El Salvador
Dry Beans (Red)
USD 1.32
$1.32
Dry Beans (Seda Red)
USD 1.59
$1.59
Maize (White)
USD 0.44
$0.44
Rice (10% Broken)
USD 0.99
$0.99
San Vicente
El Salvador
Maize (White) (W)
USD 0.25
$0.25
Santa Ana
El Salvador
Dry Beans (Seda Red) (W)
USD 1.28
$1.28
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13
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
0
42
50
►
▲
▲
0
0
3
►
►
►
0
0
11
►
►
▲
-8
-7
32
▼
▼
▲
0
0
24
►
►
▲
0
0
16
►
►
▲
0
0
15
►
►
▲
0
0
5
►
►
►
0
17
55
►
▲
▲
0
27
52
►
▲
▲
0
25
29
►
▲
▲
13
13
24
▲
▲
▲
0
33
30
►
▲
▲
3
0
5
►
►
►
0
33
74
►
▲
▲
24
18
54
▲
▲
▲
0
9
46
►
▲
▲
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Maize (White) (W)
Santa Ana
El Salvador
USD 0.27
Hinche
-2
-40
-33
►
▼
Haiti
▼
$0.27
Usulután
Dry Beans (Seda Red) (W)
El Salvador
USD 1.34
-6
-3
►
▼
$0.81
Wheat Flour
-1
-38
-29
►
▼
HTG 40.42
▼
$0.60
Dry Beans (Black)
GTQ 11.02
Jacmel
0
25
16
►
▲
Haiti
▲
$1.54
Guatemala City
Maize Meal
GTQ 2.76
HTG 44.09
4
-16
-12
►
▼
▼
$0.65
Dry Beans (Black)
GTQ 12.13
Refined Vegetable Oil
-8
10
12
▼
▲
HTG 105.67
▲
$1.56
Maize (White)
GTQ 3.75
Refined sugar
13
-
-
▲
-
-
HTG 77.16
$0.52
$1.14
GTQ 10.47
Rice (4% Broken)
-5
-5
-5
►
►
►
$1.46
Maize (White)
GTQ 2.76
2
-11
-8
►
▼
▼
$0.38
Cap Haitien
Dry Beans (Black)
HTG 143.30
71
3
33
▲
►
▲
Central America and Caribbean
Central America and Caribbean
Huehuetenango (Western) Dry Beans (Black)
Haiti
HTG 55.12
$0.81
Wheat Flour
HTG 77.16
$1.14
Jeremie
Haiti
$2.11
-25
-14
►
▼
HTG 36.74
▼
$0.54
Refined Vegetable Oil
Refined Vegetable Oil
0
-7
5
►
▼
HTG 118.88
►
$1.36
$1.75
Refined sugar
HTG 99.21
Refined sugar
0
69
74
►
▲
HTG 88.19
▲
$1.46
$1.30
Rice (4% Broken)
HTG 66.14
Rice (4% Broken)
0
0
27
►
►
HTG 55.12
▲
$0.97
Hinche
$0.81
Dry Beans (Black)
HTG 108.39
Wheat Flour
-15
-16
12
▼
▼
HTG 58.79
▲
$1.60
$0.87
Maize Meal
Port-au-Prince
HTG 29.40
Haiti
0
-33
-8
►
▼
▼
$0.43
$1.47
Dry Beans (Black)
HTG 130.44
$1.92
Refined Vegetable Oil
HTG 99.59
HTG 117.58
Maize Meal
0
$0.49
HTG 92.46
Dry Beans (Black)
$1.73
Maize Meal
HTG 33.07
Haiti
HTG 123.46
Maize (White)
$1.69
Guatemala
Dry Beans (Black)
$1.82
$0.38
Guatemala
HTG 112.07
HTG 55.12
►
$0.28
Chiquimula (Eastern)
Refined sugar
Rice (4% Broken)
1
Maize (White) (W)
Guatemala
one month,
$1.65
$1.34
USD 0.28
% Change Over
Maize Meal
-28
20
19
▼
▲
▲
HTG 44.09
$0.65
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Port-au-Prince
Haiti
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
0
15
11
►
▲
▲
-5
-7
-12
►
▼
▼
-4
-5
-12
►
►
▼
-3
-21
-3
►
▼
►
0
4
10
►
►
▲
0
-3
25
►
►
▲
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Refined Vegetable Oil
HTG 92.46
Mexico City
0
0
9
►
►
Mexico
▲
$1.36
0
25
29
►
▲
▲
$1.08
Port-au-Prince
8
14
▲
▲
Choluteca
Honduras
NIO 24.80
Maize (White) (W)
0
-17
6
►
▼
NIO 8.59
▲
$0.54
$0.29
Dry Beans (Red) (W)
Rice (4% Broken) (W)
HNL 22.05
3
-9
-14
►
▼
NIO 28.18
▼
$0.96
Maize (White) (W)
HNL 6.45
Sorghum (White) (W)
2
-32
-22
►
▼
NIO 10.71
▼
$0.28
Comayagua
Dry Beans (Red) (W)
$0.82
$0.95
Honduras
Managua
Nicaragua
NIO 23.96
▲
Wheat Flour
HTG 36.74
MXN 15.00
Dry Beans (Tinto) (W)
7
$0.77
Haiti
Rice (10% Broken) (W)
$0.85
Rice (4% Broken)
HTG 52.18
one month,
$0.80
Refined sugar
HTG 73.49
% Change Over
$0.37
Dry Beans (Red) (W)
HNL 21.50
0
-2
-5
►
►
►
1
-27
-
►
▼
-
2
-15
-18
►
▼
▼
4
-23
-11
►
▼
▼
-1
-1
1
►
►
►
1
36
38
►
▲
▲
1
12
19
►
▲
▲
8
9
2
▲
▲
►
0
6
11
►
▲
▲
1
12
5
►
▲
►
18
30
71
▲
▲
▲
$0.93
HNL 6.56
$0.28
Tegucigalpa
Honduras
Dry Beans (Red)
HNL 22.70
$0.98
Maize (White)
HNL 7.50
Central America and Caribbean
Central America and Caribbean
Maize (White) (W)
$0.32
Rice (4% Broken)
HNL 19.64
$0.85
Mexico City
Mexico
Dry Beans (Black) (W)
MXN 19.70
$1.05
Dry Beans (Red) (W)
MXN 20.20
$1.08
Eggs (Fresh, White) (W)
MXN 22.20
$1.18
Maize (White) (W)
MXN 6.00
$0.32
Refined Vegetable Oil (W)
MXN 21.00
$1.12
Refined sugar (W)
MXN 15.12
$0.81
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15
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
Faizabad
Afghanistan
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
2
1
11
►
►
▲
0
-2
2
►
►
►
0
8
-3
►
▲
►
0
-13
-13
►
▼
▼
0
0
8
►
►
▲
2
32
-18
►
▲
▼
1
4
6
►
►
▲
0
8
1
►
▲
►
0
-4
0
►
►
►
0
5
10
►
►
▲
2
11
6
►
▲
▲
-8
-14
-10
▼
▼
▼
0
-12
-3
►
▼
►
0
7
3
►
▲
►
0
3
-13
►
►
▼
-3
3
5
►
►
►
-1
1
5
►
►
►
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
Major markets
Rice (Low Grade)
AFN 53.75
Kandahar
3
33
12
►
▲
Afghanistan
▲
$0.79
Wheat Grain
0
8
10
►
▲
AFN 24.80
▲
$0.42
$0.37
Wheat Grain
AFN 25.00
0
-1
8
►
►
▲
Maimana
Rice (Low Grade)
Afghanistan
AFN 40.00
$0.37
Hirat
Afghanistan
$0.59
Diesel
AFN 40.75
-1
31
-15
►
▲
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
21.00
▼
$0.60
$0.31
Refined Vegetable Oil
Wheat Grain
AFN 77.00
-1
8
5
►
▲
AFN 23.00
►
$1.13
$0.34
Rice (Low Grade)
AFN 33.70
Mazar-e-Sharif
2
15
22
►
▲
Afghanistan
▲
$0.50
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
22.50
Refined Vegetable Oil
0
1
-5
►
►
AFN 82.00
►
$1.21
Wheat Grain
AFN 18.13
Rice (Low Grade)
3
6
-3
►
▲
AFN 39.00
►
$0.57
Rice (Low Grade)
AFN 32.75
4
11
-16
►
▲
▼
$0.48
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
25.50
Central Asia
Central Asia
$0.27
Jalalabad
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
22.00
$0.32
Wheat Grain
6
11
15
▲
▲
AFN 22.00
▲
$0.38
$0.32
Wheat Grain
AFN 23.00
Nili
0
7
12
►
▲
▲
Afghanistan
$0.34
Kabul
Afghanistan
0
27
-18
►
▲
$0.44
Refined Vegetable Oil
Wheat Grain
0
-7
-8
►
▼
AFN 29.00
▼
$1.11
$0.43
Rice (Low Grade)
AFN 58.00
Karachi
0
0
27
►
►
▲
$0.85
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
24.75
Kabul
Afghanistan
AFN 66.50
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
30.00
▼
$0.62
AFN 75.50
Rice (Low Grade)
$0.98
Diesel
AFN 42.00
Diesel
AFN 41.00
$0.60
$0.33
Afghanistan
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
25.75
Pakistan
Rice (Long Grain, Basmati)
PKR 73.27
$0.71
Rice (Long Grain, IRRI-6)
4
3
5
►
►
►
PKR 44.58
$0.36
$0.43
Wheat Grain
Wheat Flour
AFN 24.00
0
-8
4
►
▼
►
$0.35
Kandahar
Rice (Low Grade)
Afghanistan
AFN 31.95
$0.47
one month,
$0.38
Wheat Flour (Low
Quality)
AFN
28.25
% Change Over
PKR 42.24
$0.41
Wheat Grain
-7
6
23
▼
▲
▲
PKR 35.50
$0.34
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
% Change Over
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
1
-7
-29
►
▼
▼
-7
-44
-22
▼
▼
▼
-8
-62
-35
▼
▼
▼
-3
-14
-26
►
▼
▼
9
-4
-12
▲
►
▼
-3
-9
-22
►
▼
▼
0
-9
-11
►
▼
▼
4
-26
▲
►
▼
5
-14
-30
▲
▼
▼
3
-5
-6
►
▼
▼
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
0
16
-3
►
▲
►
0
0
6
►
►
▲
Lahore
Rice (Long Grain, IRRI-6)
Pakistan
PKR 57.00
Change over
one month,
Major markets
% Change Over
one month,
MAIZE
$0.55
Wheat Flour
PKR 37.65
Gulf of Mexico
United States
$0.36
USD 0.16
Wheat Grain
PKR 32.94
$0.16
-8
-1
6
▼
►
Randfontein
▲
$0.32
Multan
Rice (Long Grain, Basmati)
Pakistan
PKR 77.50
Maize
(Yellow No. 2)
South Africa
(SAFEX)
3
22
9
►
▲
Maize
(Yellow)
ZAR 1.94
$0.15
▲
$0.75
Maize
Rice (Long Grain, IRRI-6)
(White)
PKR 40.00
ZAR 1.84
0
5
1
►
►
►
$0.39
$0.14
Wheat Flour
PKR 35.00
-3
0
3
►
►
►
Up River
Maize
Argentina
ARS 2.50
$0.34
$0.16
Wheat Grain
PKR 30.00
-4
0
2
►
►
►
2
11
0
►
▲
►
RICE
$0.29
Peshawar
Pakistan
Rice (Long Grain, Basmati)
PKR 72.92
Bangkok
Thailand
THB 14.78
Rice (Long Grain, IRRI-6)
PKR 46.67
0
15
2
►
▲
►
$0.45
International
Central Asia
$0.70
$0.43
Rice
(A1 Super)
Wheat Flour
PKR 37.21
THB 11.06
-2
0
4
►
►
$0.32
►
$0.36
Hanoi
Wheat Grain
PKR 33.00
Vietnam
-7
2
2
▼
►
Quetta
Pakistan
PKR 50.00
Rice
(5% broken)
VND 8,625
►
$0.32
Rice (Long Grain, IRRI-6)
Rice
(100% B)
$0.35
0
0
12
►
►
▲
0
0
3
►
►
►
SORGHUM
$0.48
Wheat Flour
PKR 40.00
Gulf of Mexico
United States
$0.39
National Average
Potatoes
Tajikistan
TJS 4.44
Sorghum (Yellow No. 2)
USD 0.16
5
$0.16
19
167
85
▲
▲
▲
0
0
17
►
►
▲
SOYBEANS
$0.52
Wheat Flour (First Grade)
TJS 3.40
Gulf of Mexico
Soybeans
United States
USD 0.18
$0.40
$0.18
SUGAR
Caribbean
(Average)
Sugar (Raw)
USD 0.36
$0.36
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
June 30, 2017
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Food and Fuel Price Trends
Change over
Current
Major markets
% Change Over
Change over
one month,
Current
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
price/kg
One
One
5-year
one year, and
US$ price
month
year
avg.
5-year avg.
1
-10
21
►
▼
▲
-1
-3
-23
►
►
▼
5
-14
-30
▲
▼
▼
5
4
-27
▲
►
▼
1
-8
-27
►
▼
▼
1
-11
15
►
▼
▲
3
7
-25
►
▲
▼
3
-1
-
►
►
-
-1
-7
-31
►
▼
▼
-5
4
-39
▼
►
▼
-4
-42
-42
►
▼
▼
-4
-40
-40
►
▼
▼
Major markets
% Change Over
one month,
WHEAT
Aktau Port
Kazakhstan
Milling Wheat
KZT 57.81
$0.19
Black Sea
(Average)
Milling Wheat
USD 0.19
$0.19
Eastern States
Wheat
Australia
(ASW)
(standard)
AUD 0.25
$0.18
Gulf of Mexico
United States
Wheat
No. 2, Hard Red Winter
USD 0.20
$0.20
Wheat
No. 2, Soft Red Winter
USD 0.17
$0.17
Randfontein
South Africa
International
(SAFEX)
Wheat Grain
ZAR 4.43
$0.33
Rouën
Wheat
France
(Grade 1)
EUR 0.17
$0.19
St. Lawrence
Canada
Wheat
(CWRS)
CAD 0.30
$0.22
Up River
Wheat
Argentina
(Trigo Pan)
ARS 2.94
$0.19
CRUDE OIL
WTI
Crude Oil*
United States
USD 48.50
$48.50
Brent
Crude Oil*
Northern Sea
USD 50.87
$50.87
Dubai
Crude Oil*
Persian Gulf
USD 50.31
$50.31
*reported in $/bbl
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX 2 June 2017 prices
Figure 1. Millet prices in West Africa (2011 - 2017)
May 30, 2017
Figure 2. Sorghum prices in West Africa (2011 - 2017)
0.75
0.75
USD/kg
0.50
0.25
0.25
0.00
0.00
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
0.50
Figure 3. Maize prices in West Africa (2011 - 2017)
0.75
Maradi, Niger
Segou, Segou centre, Mali
Kano, Nigeria (W)
Solenzo, Burkina Faso
Maradi, Niger
Moundou, Chad
Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso
Figure 4. Rice prices in West Africa (2011 - 2017)
1.50
USD/kg
1.00
0.25
0.50
0.00
0.00
USD/kg
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
0.50
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
West Africa
Moundou, Chad
Segou, Segou centre, Mali
Kaolak, Senegal
USD/kg
Bol, Chad
Malanville, Benin
Bamako, Mali
Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso
Kano, Nigeria (W)
Monrovia, Red Light, Liberia *
Dakar, Tilène, Senegal *
____________________
* imported rice
Sources of prices in West Africa: Information System on agricultural markets (SIMA) Niger, Agricultural Market Observatory (OMA) Mali, Burkina Faso SONAGESS, Information System
market (SIM) in Senegal and FEWS NET.
Figure 5. Dry bean prices in East Africa (2011 - 2017)
1.50
3.50
USD/kg
USD/kg
3.00
1.25
2.50
1.00
2.00
0.75
1.50
0.50
0.50
0.00
0.00
Arusha, Tanzania (W)
Kigali City, Rwanda
Eldoret, Kenya (W)
Masindi, Uganda (W)
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
1.00
0.25
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
East Africa
Figure 6. Sorghum prices in East Africa (2011 - 2017)
Al Qadarif, Sudan
Kampala, Uganda (W)
Dire Dawa, Ethiopia (W)
Baidoa, Somalia
Juba, South Sudan
The Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) monitors trends in staple food prices in countries vulnerable to food insecurity. The Price Watch Annex 2 provides prices
trends for key markets and staple foods monitored across FEWS NET countries and regions. The commodities with a reference (W) are wholesale prices. Otherwise, all reported
prices are retail.
FEWS NET
[email protected]
www.fews.net
FEWS NET is a USAID-funded activity. The content of this report does not necessarily reflect the
view of the United States Agency for International Development or the United States Government.
PRICE WATCH ANNEX
May 2017
Figure 7. Maize prices in surplus areas of East Africa (2011 - 2017)
Figure 8. Maize prices in deficit areas of East Africa (2011 - 2017)
3.00
0.75
USD/kg
USD/kg
2.50
0.50
2.00
0.25
1.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
Arusha, Tanzania (W)
Eldoret, Kenya (W)
Qorioley, Somalia
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
East Africa
1.50
Dire Dawa, Ethiopia (W)
Jijiga, Ethiopia
Nairobi, Kenya (W)
Bahir Dar, Ethiopia (W)
Kampala, Uganda (W)
Songea, Tanzania (W)
Jamame, Somalia
Juba, South Sudan
Sources of prices in East Africa: Food and Agriculture Market Information System (FAMIS) FSTS/FEWS NET in Somalia, Uganda Bureau of Statistics and Farmgain, Tanzania Ministry of
Industry, Trade and Marketing (MITM), Ethiopia Grain Trade Enterprise (EGTE), Ministry of Agriculture of Kenya, Arid Lands Resource Management Project (ALRMP), SIFSIA, WFP VAM
Figure 9. White maize prices in Southern Africa (2011 - 2017)
1.00
Figure 10. Bean and cowpea prices in Southern Africa (2011 - 2017)
1.75
USD/kg
1.50
0.75
USD/kg
1.25
1.00
0.50
0.75
0.50
0.25
0.25
Lilongwe, Malawi
Harare, Zimbabwe
Mbeya, Tanzania (W)
Lusaka, Zambia
Maputo, Mozambique
Randfontein, South Africa
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
0.00
Arusha, Tanzania (W) *
Maputo, Mozambique **
Dodoma, Tanzania (W) *
Nampula, Mozambique **
____________________
* dry beans
** cowpeas
Figure 11. Imported rice prices in Southern Africa (2011 - 2017)
1.25
USD/kg
1.00
0.75
0.50
0.25
0.00
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
Southern Africa
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
0.00
Maputo, Mozambique
National Average, Madagascar
Sources of prices in Southern Africa: Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation, and Water Development of Malawi, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing (MITM)) of Tanzania, Observatoire du
Riz of Madagascar, Ministry of Agriculture of Mozambique, Central Statistics Office of Zambia, SAFEX, WFP and FEWS NET.
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PRICE WATCH ANNEX
May 2017
Figure 12. White maize prices in Central America (2011 - 2017)
1.00
3.50
USD/kg
3.00
0.75
USD/kg
2.50
2.00
0.50
1.50
1.00
0.25
0.50
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
0.00
0.00
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
Central America and Caribbean
Figure 13. Dry bean prices in Central America (2011 - 2017)
Guatemala City, Guatemala
San Salvador, El Salvador
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Guatemala City, Guatemala
* (W) *
San Salvador, El Salvador
Tegucigalpa, Honduras ** **
Managua, Nicaragua (W)
Mexico City, Mexico (W)
**
Managua, Nicaragua
**
**
San Jose, Costa Rica (W)
**
____________________
* black beans
** red beans
Figure 14. Imported Rice Prices in Haiti (2011 - 2017)
3.00
USD/kg
2.50
2.00
2.00
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.00
0.50
0.50
0.00
0.00
Cap Haïtien, Haiti
Jacmel, Haiti
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
USD/kg
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
2.50
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
Central America and Caribbean
3.00
Figure 15. Black bean prices in Haiti (2011 - 2017)
Cap Haïtien, Haiti
Jacmel, Haiti
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Hinche, Haiti
Jérémie, Haiti
Hinche, Haiti
Jérémie, Haiti
Sources of prices in Central America and Caribbean: Coordination nationale de la sécurité alimentaire (CNSA) and FEWS NET, MAL, Dirección General de Economía Agropecuaria (DGEA),
Sistema de Información de Mercados Productos Agrícolas de Honduras (SIMPAH), Secretaria de Economia de Mexico, and Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganaderia y Alimentacion de
Guatemala (MAGA).
Figure 16. Wheat grain prices in Central Asia (2011 - 2017)
Figure 17. Wheat flour prices in Central Asia (2011 - 2017)
0.80
0.75
USD/kg
USD/kg
0.40
0.25
0.20
Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Kabul, Afghanistan
Lahore, Pakistan
Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
0.00
0.00
Jan-11
Apr-11
Jul-11
Oct-11
Jan-12
Apr-12
Jul-12
Oct-12
Jan-13
Apr-13
Jul-13
Oct-13
Jan-14
Apr-14
Jul-14
Oct-14
Jan-15
Apr-15
Jul-15
Oct-15
Jan-16
Apr-16
Jul-16
Oct-16
Jan-17
Apr-17
Central Asia
0.60
0.50
Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan
Faizabad, Afghanistan
Kabul, Afghanistan
National Average, Tajikistan
Sources of prices in Central Asia: Afghanistan, WFP and FEWS NET.
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