Articles By Tim Worledge

22 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Brazil’s much-delayed soybean harvest is now 59% complete after a period of dry weather gave farmers the break they needed to...
22 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Managed money reduced its prevailing net longs across the board in the US agriculture complex, with only corn showing a fresh...
19 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
A 24-hour wildcat strike called by an Argentine oil crushers union has been called off after the government intervened in the...
Fresh industrial action is poised to renew disruption at key Argentinian grain export and crushing facilities amid signs that...
18 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Well-timed rains have brought another twist to the development of Argentina’s key corn and soybean crops, after weeks in which...
18 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
US corn net sales in the week to March 11 surged to nearly one million mt amid a raft of heavy buying which offset just over...
18 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Argentine farmer selling cranked up in the week to March 10, spearheaded by a significant week-on-week uptick in new crop...
18 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Softer overnight wheat prices brought a burst of buying attempts from South Korea’s flour millers Thursday, as both Kofmia and...
17 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
US ethanol production jumped to 971,000 barrels per day in the week to March 12, racing past analysts’ expectations and taking...
The return of China to buying large volumes of US corn has come just as domestic processors in the country are having to raise...
13 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Investors added to both short and long positions across the corn and soybean markets in the week to March 9, as outlooks for...
12 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
With the arrival of March, the US 2020/21 corn marketing year has now reached its halfway point, giving an opportunity to...
11 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Mounting supply, strong freight rates and poor demand from destination markets have sent basis premiums in Argentina’s...
8 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
USDA data showed US corn export inspections held at 1.54 million mt in the week ending March 4, down nearly 25% week-on...
8 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Export inspections of US wheat rose 41.21% in the week to March 4, data from the USDA showed Monday.
8 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
The Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) has issued a fresh tender to buy up to 300,000 mt of milling wheat delivered on a...
8 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Saudi Arabia’s state-backed grain importer has picked up eleven cargoes of barley – two more than initially tendered for – for...
8 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Financial investors in US corn and soybeans have reduced their long positions in both agricultural commodities and opened new...
4 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
High temperatures and dry weather is continuing to hamper the development of Argentina’s soybean development and harvest...
4 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
The recovery in China’s hog herd and renewed interest in biofuels, particularly from emerging green diesel solutions, will ensure...
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