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1 hour ago | Masha Belikova
The Russian government has pushed up export tariffs for wheat, while making only a slight change to the tax on barley and leaving corn unchanged for April 24-30...
2 hours ago | Masha Belikova
South Korean company Nonghyup Feed (NOFI) has continued to make corn purchases this week with an additional 137,000 tonnes booked via a tender on Friday April 19...
2 hours ago | Yana Sukharska
Grain volumes declared for export out of Ukraine totalled 1.4 million tonnes in the week to Friday April 19, according to data from the country’s State Customs Service...
6 hours ago | Sharon Levrez
French soft wheat growing conditions were stable in the week to Monday April 15, while planting of the corn crop advanced to 12%...
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Wheat Commentary
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US wheat futures advanced on Thursday April 18 due to concerns about dryness in many US hard red winter (HRW) areas, while market participants shrugged off disappointing US Department of Agriculture sales and export data.
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US corn futures slipped for a fourth day on Thursday April 18 after US Department of Agriculture (USDA) data showed that the country’s corn sales continued to lag recent levels, while exports declined.
Soybean Commentary
21 hours ago
The front-month soybean futures contract on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) fell on Thursday April 18 to its lowest price since February 29, partly due to lower soyoil prices and despite good export sales in the US.
Vegoils Commentary
20 hours ago
Crude palm oil (CPO) futures continued to fall to a six-week low on Thursday April 18 due to similar movements in related Asian vegoil futures and crude oil prices.

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16 Apr 2024 | Sam Balf
France's farm ministry Agreste maintained an expectation of a decline in the French soft wheat planted area, despite the agency's slightly increased estimates for winter soft wheat...
15 Apr 2024 | Mark Shenk
US winter wheat conditions remained in much better shape than at the same point last year, while corn and soybean planting advanced at a steady pace in the week to Sunday April 14...
12 Apr 2024 | Mark Shenk
Managed money investors in the US soybean and corn contracts, as well as one of three wheat contracts, slightly increased their net short positions in the week to Tuesday April 9...
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12 Apr 2024 | Mark Shenk
Managed money investors in the US soybean and corn contracts, as well as one of three wheat contracts, slightly increased their net short positions in the week to Tuesday April 9...
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Brazil’s soybean 2023-2024 crop estimate increased to 151.2 million tonnes, while corn estimates rose to 126.1 million tonnes...
12 Apr 2024 | Sharon Levrez
French soft wheat growing conditions deteriorated by another percentage point in the week to Monday April 8, while planting of the corn crop is finally underway...
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5 hours ago | Yana Sukharska
Canada's grain and oilseed exports fell to 942,500 tonnes, or 7% in the week to Sunday April 14, with declining barley and rapeseed flows exceeding the increase in durum and corn exports...
17 hours ago | Victor Gusmao
The soybean harvest in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul has advanced to 49% of the sown area in the week to Thursday April 18, state agency Emater/RS reported...
18 hours ago | Marcela Caetano
Rain has continued to delay soybean and corn harvest progress in Argentina, while the 2024-2025 wheat area was unchanged from the previous crop...
21 hours ago | Eoin Hughes
Wetter weather is expected to continue across France and Germany, possibly slowing the pace of spring planting...
22 hours ago | Sharon Levrez
Tunisia's state grain importer is believed to have bought 25,000 tonnes of optional origin durum wheat for May shipment in an international tender on Thursday April 18...
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22 hours ago | Eoin Hughes
The International Grains Council (IGC) has cut its world grain production forecast for the 2023-24 marketing year by 3 million tonnes to 2.3 billion tonnes...
23 hours ago | Amanda Luhavalja
US soybean net export sales rose to 485,800 tonnes in the week to April 11, data from the US Department of Agriculture showed on Thursday April 18.
23 hours ago | Yana Sukharska
Ukraine's spring grain planting progressed another 14 percentage points to 37% complete in the week ended Thursday April 18, significantly overtaking last year's pace...