Articles By Thomas Hughes

20 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
A weaker US dollar over much of July contributed to lower farmer input costs during the month for the new 2019/20 soybean...
19 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Brazil’s weekly soybean exports started to pick up pace in the third week of August despite...
19 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Export inspections for US soybeans reached 1.16 million mt for the week ending August 15, up by...
15 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
This year’s corn crop in Argentina has now been collected across 90.1% of the total planted area of six million hectares while...
15 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Net sales of US old-crop soybeans came at negative 109,878 for the week ending August 8, down by more than...
15 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Weekly farmer sales of Argentinian corn and soybeans fell in the first week of August, according to...
14 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Singapore-based trader Olam International reported a strong rise in sales volumes in the...
The increasing likelihood that Argentina’s incumbent President Mauricio Macri will lose the presidential election in October has...
13 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Brazilian corn and soybean exports slowed in the first two weeks of August following an earlier soybean harvest...
13 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
The pace of farmer selling for corn increased in July as Mato Grosso’s farmers sought to offload a bumper crop, while...
12 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
US soybean production will decrease next year on a lower harvested area but lower exports...
12 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Export inspections for US soybeans reached 944,238 mt for the week ending August 8, down by...
12 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
The Argentinian peso fell to a new low against the US dollar on Monday, causing basis values...
8 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
On August 12, the USDA will publish its August Wasde and most eyes will be on the planned resurvey of the new crop...
8 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Net sales of US old-crop soybeans came in at 101,664 mt for the week ending August 1, falling by...
7 Aug 2019 | Thomas Hughes
China accounted for 81% of Brazil's soybean exports in July, shrugging off falling demand amid disappointing crush margins...
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