Articles By Rei Geyssens

22 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Bunge, one of the world’s biggest agribusiness companies, has cited the impact of the US-China trade war in
22 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The probability of an El Nino weather phenomenon developing during the first half of 2019 has dropped to 50%...
21 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The Black Sea sunoil market saw limited discussions Monday as both the Malaysian exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade...
21 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Protein levels for Argentina’s 2018/19 wheat harvest hit 11.14%, the highest average value since 2013/14, the Rosario...
21 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The UK’s Farmers Union (NFU) has voiced concerns over the recent consolidation in the country’s grains...
18 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Buyers were absent in the Black Sea market on Friday as sunoil prices hit a three-month high the day before but with...
18 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Fresh demand from India, China, and negative crush margins in Argentina and the Black Sea have pulled the global...
18 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Soybean exports from Paraguay in 2018 fell 1.2% on the year, while corn exports fell 27% on the year, as...
18 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Trading house Cargill is to invest $200 million over the next three to five years in Pakistan’s oilseed and feed sectors...
18 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The Russian Ministry of Agriculture said it will regulate wheat prices in its domestic market, minister Dmitry...
17 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
A shortage of physical offers for spot sunoil loading has seen prices spike to a three-month high on Thursday...
17 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Jordan’s trade ministry (MITS) bought 60,000 mt of feed barley at tender, paying $258.50/mt CFR Aqaba for shipment...
17 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Archer Daniels Midland Company signed a deal on Thursday to buy the outstanding 50% stake of UK wheat...
17 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture (MAFF) bought 111,961 mt of Australian, Canadian and US wheat at its weekly...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Black sea sunoil buyers were chasing the few physical offers available in the market, pushing prices back up...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Investments funds active on the Paris-based milling wheat futures cut their net long to a one-month low during the...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
A no-deal Brexit will cause trade disruptions hurting UK farmers and will have to be avoided at all costs, the...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Ukraine exported 1.6 million mt of grains last week, taking the marketing year's total to 25.73 million mt...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
South Korean feed manufacturer NOFI has bought 60,000 mt of feed wheat paying $5.45/mt, or 2%, less than...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The Turkish government has issued new tariff-free import quotas for key staple grains as the country continues to...
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