Articles By Rei Geyssens

30 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Any cut to Argentina’s soybean export tariff would lead to farmers selling only 10 million mt of soybeans “at most” a former...
29 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Europe has authorised the use of three genetically modified soybean strains in feed and food within the economic bloc for...
29 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has officially declared a La Nina weather pattern has established in the Pacific Ocean...
25 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Brussels-based trade body Coceral has cut its outlook for this year’s European crop production 3% from its previous forecast...
25 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Drier weather over the past fortnight allowed farmers in Britain to speed up their winter wheat harvest...
25 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Continued dry weather in Argentina is delayed the sowing progress of the sunseed and corn crops...
25 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
French corn conditions shed another percentage point during the final week of the summer – the warmest on...
24 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
UK wheat stock estimates for the end of the of 2019/20 marketing year have been adjusted 1 million mt lower...
24 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Brazilian soybean oil prices at ports surged to over a seven-year high this week on continued tight supply in...
23 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The France-headquartered international banking group BNP Paribas announced on Wednesday that it will end operations at...
22 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The number of soybeans crushed in Argentina during the month of August fell 26% on the year to just under...
22 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Expected rainfall this week in Brazil’s largest soybean producing state of Mato Grosso will kickstart this year’s soybean plantings...
18 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The pace of France’s corn harvest picked up in the second week of August, with 4% of the crop cut by September 15, while...
17 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Brazilian importers have clocked up multiple purchases of Argentine soyoil cargoes over the past few weeks marking the...
16 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
France’s soft wheat exports to buyers outside of the European Union are expected to slump 51% year-on-year after farmers...
15 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
US import tariffs imposed on over $400 million of Chinese imports since 2018 breached international trading rules, the World...
15 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
More weather models surveyed by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology are pointing towards a La Nina...
14 Sep 2020 | Tom Houghton, Rei Geyssens
Australia is unlikely to reap the rewards of its output returning to normal after three years of drought, with lower livestock...
14 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
The European rapeseed crop could face a fourth year of subpar production in 2021 after recent dry weather...
11 Sep 2020 | Rei Geyssens
Argentina is expected to export less soymeal and soyoil during the 2020/21 marketing year on expectations...
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