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25 May 2018 | Andy Allan, Tim Worledge
The key grain export hub of Santos in Brazil has ground to a halt in the past 48 hours, joining Paranagua Port, which has been shut since Monday...
25 May 2018 | Andy Allan
This week heralded the return of Chinese buyers to the US soybean market after a two-month hiatus, according to...
Brazil’s government said late Thursday it has agreed a deal with most truckers’ unions to end four days of strikes...
25 May 2018 | Andy Allan
Brazil’s huge crushing industry has ceased operations, according to Brazil’s vegoil industry association, as a national truck...
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Wheat Commentary
25 May 2018
It was Groundhog Day Friday as wheat futures continued to rise on weather concerns to push against three-year highs, Black...
Corn Commentary
25 May 2018
Corn futures contracts as of 1300 Eastern Time were slightly down versus the same time Thursday, although a late slump in...
Soy Commentary
25 May 2018
Futures were holed at $10.40/bu on Friday, as cash prices in Brazil for June loading fell again on Friday as the crippling...

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