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The US has allowed the import of used cooking oil (UCO) from Brazil, the South American country's government announced on Thursday June 20 after the US accepted Brazil's international sanitary certification.
21 Jun 2024
Crude palm oil (CPO) futures fell on Friday June 21, erasing most of the gains from the previous two days, with pressure coming from weaker related vegoils amid limited bullish factors to keep prices in positive territory.
21 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
The USDA’s cattle on feed report released on Friday June 21 estimated the number of cattle in the nation’s feedlots at 11.58 million head as of June 1, above market estimates but below last year’s 11.59 million head.
21 Jun 2024
Soybean futures regained some strength on Friday June 21 after the previous session's double-digit losses and ended the week in positive territory with support from products.
21 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
Following heavy rains in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, the US hard red winter (HRW) harvest has resumed, while record temperatures are accelerating the soft red winter (SRW) harvest, the latest harvest report from the US Wheat Associates (USWA) showed on Friday June 21.
21 Jun 2024
Chicago wheat futures across all classes moved down on Friday June 21 on a lack of supportive news while the US harvest continues to progress.
21 Jun 2024
US corn futures were steady to lower on Friday June 21 on weakening net sales reported by the USDA and a firmer US dollar.
21 Jun 2024 | Agricensus staff
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21 Jun 2024
The German 12.5% FOB wheat APM basis assessment for August loading was assessed unchanged at a €6 per tonne discount to the December Euronext wheat contract...
21 Jun 2024 | Agricensus staff
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21 Jun 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Weekly US net export sales of soyoil rose by 43% in the week to June 13 and reached the highest level since the end of February, with fresh net commitments of 20,900 tonnes of soyoil reported by the USDA on Thursday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Regina Koh
South Korean feed importer Major Feedmills Group (MFG) has purchased around 132,000 tonnes of corn for October arrival via a private deal on Friday June 21, sources told Fastmarkets.
21 Jun 2024 | Anna Platonova
Ukrainian farmers in the country’s southern regions have begun harvesting rapeseed for the first time this season, Fastmarkets heard on Friday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Marcela Caetano
US soybean weekly export sales were up by 48% in the week to June 13 at 556,500 million tonnes from the previous week’s 377,100 tonnes, the USDA reported on Thursday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Tim Worledge
US wheat net sales in the week ending June 13 sailed past analysts' expectations to land at 589,700 tonnes, with Asian destinations dominating the buying, weekly data from the USDA showed on Friday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian government has continued to push down the rate of its wheat export tax, leaving corn and barley duties at zero for the period June 26-July 2, the country’s Ministry of Agriculture reported on Friday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
US weekly corn net sales of the 2023/24 crop totaled 511,400 tonnes in the week to June 13, down by 52% from the previous week and 48% from the prior four-week average, according to the latest data from the US Department of Agriculture published on Friday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
The USDA’s local attaché in Mexico has increased its outlook for corn and wheat production in the October 2024-September 2025 marketing year based on producer expectations of a gradual recovery to average precipitation levels, following severe drought conditions during the current October 2023-September 2024 marketing year.
21 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The pace of Ukraine’s weekly grain exports was down by 5% week on week and amounted to 890,000 tonnes declared, with the new crop imminent, government data showed on Friday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
Julio Berdegué, the incoming Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader) for Mexico, announced on Thursday June 20 that the new administration under President-elect Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, which takes office on October 1, will prohibit genetically modified corn (GMO).
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