Articles By Tim Worledge

3 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
The delay in Brazil’s safrinha corn planting and the potential for US farmers to try and plant corn early to capitalise on a steeply...
The slow pace of Brazil’s second crop corn plantings means that the bulk of the country’s safrinha corn will be planted outside...
1 Mar 2021 | Tim Worledge
Managed money investors made a decisive move towards adding it the prevailing long position in the week to February 23...
26 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
Shipping data from the Nabsa SA maritime agency has highlighted a mystery corn fixture that is expected to carry...
26 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
South Korean feed making association Nonghyup Feed Inc (NOFI) has secured two cargoes of worldwide origin corn after...
26 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
One of South Korea’s biggest feedmaking association, Nonghyup Feed Inc (NOFI) has jumped on an overnight fall in Chicago...
25 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
South Africa’s Crop Estimates Committee has called the country’s first corn production estimate at 15.8 million mt, up 3.5%...
25 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
Taiwan’s Flour Milling Association (FMA) has tendered to buy 100,000 mt of US milling wheat, trade sources have told...
24 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
South Korea’s corn processing association Kocopia has tendered for and bought 60,000 mt of US corn from international trading...
23 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
US-based analysts see little prospect that the US could grow more corn than the USDA’s 15.15 billion bushel (384 million mt) in...
22 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
Curitiba-based Brazilian agriculture consultancy Agrural have called Brazil’s soybean harvest “the slowest in ten years” as...
22 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
The Black Sea wheat futures contract posted its biggest short position since its listing by the CME in the week ending February...
Heavy snow across parts of the southern US has brought chaos to logistics in the key export hub of the US Gulf and is likely...
16 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
US Congress can expect to vote on a Next Generation Fuels Act in its new session, with a key advocate confirming that the...
15 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
Investors in the US agriculture complex boosted long positions and cut shorts across both corn and soybeans in the week to...
If you were to apply an old adage to Ukraine’s corn market, then the bird in the hand being worth two in the bush leaps to mind...
8 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
Brazilian export data shows exports of ethanol have picked up in recent weeks, with both December and January recording...
8 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
Investors in US corn, wheat and soybean futures drew down the prevailing net longs across all asset classes in the week to...
4 Feb 2021 | Tim Worledge
A lack of rain during corn planting in December has led the Buenos Aires Grains Exchange (BAGE) to reduce its outlook for...
Trade fears that a military coup staged in the southeast Asian country of Myanmar could affect the supply of corn into near...
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