Articles By Rei Geyssens

4 Mar 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Brazilian soyoil exports are expected to shrink 36% this year as more soyoil will be soaked up by domestic...
4 Mar 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The share of Brazilian soybean exports to EU buyers jumped in February to its highest level in two years...
3 Mar 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The sowing of Brazil’s second corn crop had reached 92% at the end of February in the country’s largest producing state of Mato...
27 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Increased demand for UK wheat from biofuel producers will boost the UK’s overall 2019/20 wheat consumption and leave UK...
26 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Syria’s state buyer issued a new tender seeking 200,000 mt of Russian soft milling wheat after it failed to lock...
25 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Brazilian beef and pork production are set to surge in 2020 on continued record exports to China, strong...
24 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens, Tom Houghton
France’s President, Emmanuel Macron, said this weekend that the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy budget will not “be sacrificed”...
Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez is expected to announce a hike in export taxes for soybean, oil and meal on Sunday...
24 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The share of Argentine soyoil exports to India in January hit the highest monthly level since December 2015, as high...
21 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
French winter wheat conditions were stable during the week up to February 17, despite Europe’s largest...
20 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The USDA has raised its estimate for US agricultural exports to China by 4% on its November estimate to $14 billion, according...
20 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Singapore-based trading house Wilmar said its does not expect its Asian operations to be significantly impacted...
19 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Constant heavy rain has led the UK’s farm agency to cut its projection for the country’s 2020 wheat plantings to the...
17 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The final figure for Australia’s 2019/20 wheat crop came in 4.3% below the December estimate, posting...
17 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
European cereal crops remain vulnerable to a cold snap as frost tolerance continued to weaken last month as...
17 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Two giants of Germany's chemical industry, Bayer AG and BASF, have been ordered to pay millions of US dollars in damages...
13 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Deliveries of new dry bulk vessels globally are at a risk of being delayed by several months as less than half of the workforce...
12 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
It is too early to predict what effect the Covid-19 outbreak will have on global commodities markets, the CEO of US agriculture...
12 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
France lifted its estimate of soft wheat exports for 2019/20 to buyers outside the EU for the fourth straight...
11 Feb 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The USDA upped its estimate of the record Ukrainian sunseed production by 3% in this month’s World...
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