Articles By Thomas Hughes

4 Oct 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Falling global corn prices and continued inflation and currency devaluation is pushing Argentine farmers...
3 Oct 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Despite modest rainfall hitting some areas of the nation’s wheat crop, more rain is needed to improve yields with higher...
3 Oct 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Net export sales of US new crop soybeans came in at a bumper 2.08 million mt for the seven-day period ending...
3 Oct 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Argentinian farmer sales of soybeans rose in the seven-day period ending September 25 with...
2 Oct 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Brazil’s corn and soybean exports fell in September as the country’s corn farmers slowed sales, while 2018/19 soybean...
1 Oct 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Soybean planting in Brazil's Parana state has hit 10% this week, up 7 points on the week and allaying fears...
1 Oct 2019 | Thomas Hughes
An increase in Brazil's corn-based ethanol production is reducing the country’s dependence on US imports in a move that is...
30 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Export inspections for US soybeans reached 982,288 mt for the week ending September 26, up by...
30 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Values for front month soybean spot shipment in the US Gulf have reached parity with barge values as exporters struggle to shift...
27 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
The US board crush hit its lowest level in more than a year this week as Chinese purchases of soybeans...
26 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Following announcements by the IMEA earlier in the week about a slower year-on-year...
26 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Net export sales of US new crop soybeans came in at 1.04 million mt for the seven-day period ending...
25 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
The USDA confirmed purchases of 581,000 mt of US soybeans by China on Tuesday, equivalent to nine full cargoes...
25 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Argentine farmer sales of soybeans and corn rose in the seven-day period ending September 18, amid...
24 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Argentina crushed 4.15 million mt of soybeans in August, down by 310,000 mt on the previous...
23 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Export inspections for US soybeans reached 922,550 mt for the week ending September 19, up by...
23 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
The planting of the 2019/20 crop in Brazil’s largest producing state Mato Grosso began last week, yet is...
20 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
A slide in the real versus the dollar and the hope of fresh Chinese demand has seen Brazilian farmers...
19 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
A 14% fall in Brazil's soybean exports versus the same period of 2018, lower bean prices and the ongoing impact of African...
19 Sep 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Net export sales of US new crop soybeans came it at 1.73 million mt for the week ending September 12, smashing the...
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