Articles By Thomas Hughes

19 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Soybean exports from Brazil amid the country’s record setting harvest slowed marginally in the second week of May, but...
18 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The volume of US soybeans inspected for export in the week ending May 14 totalled 352,000 mt...
15 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The volume of soybeans crushed in April at US plants rose 7% compared with the year before, but fell...
15 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Brazil meat producer JBS suffered a BRL6 billion loss ($1 billion) in the first quarter of 2020, versus a BRL1 billion profit ($171.7...
14 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Net sales of US soybeans in the week ending May 7 came in at 655,474 mt, a similar volume to...
14 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Argentina’s Roscario Board of Trade (BCR) has lifted its May outlook for corn this year to 51 million mt, up from...
13 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The pace of farmer selling in Argentina's grain and oilseeds markets slowed in the week ending May 6 amid poor export...
12 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Higher soybean exports to China and a firmer slightly domestic crush will offset a chunky 16% rise...
12 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Brazil’s food statistics agency Conab has revised down its soybean harvest forecast by 1.8 million mt owing to...
12 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Following a record monthly volume of 16.3 million mt shipped in April, the pace of Brazil’s...
12 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Farmers in Brazil's Mato Grosso’s state continued to sell the current 2019/20 corn crop at a steady pace in April, shifting...
11 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The volume of US soybeans inspected for export in the week ending May 7 rebounded from the previous week despite...
11 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Brazilian diversified animal protein producer BRF reported record profits in its international segment as exported volumes...
8 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Following last year’s washout, better weather and an increase in harvested area for 2020/21 will result...
7 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The soybean harvest in Argentina continued at a strong pace despite ongoing problems caused by heavy rainfall, although...
7 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Farmer selling in Argentina in the week ending April 29 slowed because of lower demand from exporters after...
7 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Net sales of US soybeans in the week ending April 30 fell by more than 400,000 mt on the prior week’s...
7 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The province of Buenos Aires experienced the highest level of rainfall for 30 years in...
6 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
A combination of strong Chinese demand, a weaker currency, ample port capacity, an improvement...
5 May 2020 | Thomas Hughes
In a new export sales notice Tuesday morning, China was reported to have purchased...
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