Articles By Tim Worledge

19 Feb 2018 |
France’s agriculture agency FranceAgriMer says the country’s 2017 corn crop is 14.8% higher despite a 2.6% decline in area, according to a report.
19 Feb 2018 |
Ukraine’s corn farmers are facing severely pressured margins in the 2017/18 marketing year with the profitability of corn set to fell into single percentage points, a report from the Ukraine Grain Association said Monday.
19 Feb 2018 |
Combined positions for futures and options under managed money moved closer into net long positions in the week ending February 13 as the outlook for corn, wheat and soybeans continues to show constructive signs, data from the CFTC’s Commitment of Traders report showed Friday.
16 Feb 2018 |
Corn premiums in the Argentina FOB Up River market have weakened despite a raft of bearish fundamental data, with market sources pointing to profit taking on the back of recent price rises.
15 Feb 2018 |
Just over one month into 2018 and corn’s price outlook has improved dramatically, gaining nearly 6% in little over four weeks.
15 Feb 2018 |
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has agreed to loan $50 million to one of Ukraine's biggest exporters of grain to improve logistics, according to a press release published Thursday.
14 Feb 2018 |
US ethanol production levels fell 41,000 b/d in the week ending February 9, to take daily production to 1.061 million barrels per day, data from the Energy Information Administration showed Wednesday.
14 Feb 2018 |
Cash premiums for US corn loading out of the Pacific Northwest are continuing to find support on solid demand from Asia’s feed markets as the region enters a key demand period and takes on greater significance for US corn.
13 Feb 2018 |
Ukraine exports to China are returning to ‘normal’ levels as the post-harvest peak buying period slows and despite a potential spat developing around China’s trade relations with the US, Black Sea trading sources said Tuesday.
13 Feb 2018 |
US soybean exports will need to maintain a record pace and grapple with declining protein content in order to meet export forecasts, the USDA’s monthly oil crops outlook report says.
13 Feb 2018 |
Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology has warned that the decline of the La Nina phenomenon is likely to be hastened by a shift in trade winds in its latest El Nino wrap up, issued Tuesday.
13 Feb 2018 |
Lower animal numbers and increased competition between feed inputs will see US domestic corn demand drop 2.5 million mt, the USDA’s monthly feed outlook report flagged Monday.
12 Feb 2018 |
Major US agribusiness players are investigating incorporating agricultural cooperatives into their businesses in order to access advantages accidentally introduced with US tax reform at the end of 2017, market sources have told Agricensus.
12 Feb 2018 |
Export sales for wheat and soybeans were up week-on-week and remain in line with last year's sales volumes, while corn exports slowed and lag the 2016/17 marketing year by more than a third, data from the USDA's export sales inspections report revealed Monday.
12 Feb 2018 |
Private exporters announced the cancellation of close to half a million mt of soybean sales to China Monday, feeding into the increasingly febrile trade relations between the two countries.
12 Feb 2018 |
South Korea's corn processing industry association KOCOPIA returned to the corn market and bought two cargoes of US corn just days after cancelling a previous tender, market sources said Monday. 
12 Feb 2018 |
Managed money in the corn, wheat and soybean futures and options markets has cut its net short position as of the week ending February 6, data from the CFTC’s Commitment of Traders reports showed Friday.
9 Feb 2018 |
South Korea’s Nonghyup Feed company has reportedly booked over 200,000 mt of US feed corn, and one cargo of wheat after tendering for 270,000 mt of animal feed, market sources said Friday.
8 Feb 2018 |
Aside from modest tweaks domestically to reflect the recent surge in US corn exports, the bulk of the changes in the February WASDE report were internationally focused, with the much-anticipated revision of Argentina’s corn crop seeing 3 million mt slashed from production.
8 Feb 2018 |
Fallout from China’s investigation into subsidies in US sorghum exports is expected to boost China’s imports of corn by 20%, the February release of China’s Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates revealed Thursday.
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