Senior News Analyst
Gary covers global news in the grains and oilseeds markets from London, covering topics from policy through to production and trade.
Prior to joining IEG Vu in 2017, Gary covered the maritime industry as News Editor for sister title Lloyd’s List, co-ordinating an international team of journalists.
Gary’s time as News Editor came after 6 years as a journalist, covering all aspects of the maritime industry, during which time his work on international sanctions and their effect on shipping in the Crimea was recognised with an industry award. He brings his knowledge of maritime trade and the wider maritime industry to the agricultural world, keeping an eye on the supply and demand balances in agricultural commodities and the shipping world.
Before joining Informa in 2015, Gary worked as a news reporter and correspondent for Seatrade Maritime News, and has experience controlling editorial input for conferences and events.
A keen weightlifter and video gamer, Gary is an occasional contributor of video game reviews and industry analysis pieces to online publications.
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Latest From Gary Howard
Six logistics companies will carry Cargill’s food ingredients in North America after a consolidation of the company’s distribution networks in the US and Canada.
Soybean sales were within expectations for the week to November 8 and improved on-week.
Net US corn sales for the week to November 8 came in at the high end of trade expectations, despite many traders looking for a fall on-week.
Wheat export sales were as the market expected for the week to November 8, shy of the pace needed to hit the USDA export forecast.
Regulations on the sulphur content of marine fuels will lead to a freight increase of USD7 per tonne from 2020 and could cause short-term disruption in the run up to implementation, according to panellists at Global Grain Geneva.
The impact of US-China trade tensions were felt in most discussions at Global Grain Geneva this week, and participants saw some signs of a potential warming of relations between the feuding nations.