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8 Jul 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Human and animal nutrition giant ADM announced in a press release on Monday July 8 that it has created a fully verified and traceable supply chain in the US to supply Europe with deforestation-free soymeal and soyoil.
8 Jul 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications on any basis and geography that relates to any of the vital markets that have strong ties with Ukraine.
8 Jul 2024 | Eoin Hughes
Yields and production of Kazakh wheat and barley are expected to come in for a strong year, according to the latest EU Monitoring Agricultural Resources (MARS) report published Monday July 8.
8 Jul 2024 | Victor Gusmao
Inspections of US soybean exports were down by 15% to 273,321 tonnes in the week ended July 4, from 319,828 tonnes a week earlier, according to data published by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) on Monday July 8.
8 Jul 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
Export inspections of US corn increased by 23% to 1,023,905 tonnes during the week to Thursday July 4, up from 831,195 tonnes during the previous week, data from the USDA showed on Monday July 8.
8 Jul 2024 | Mark Shenk
Export inspections of US wheat advanced by 1.7% to 341,005 tonnes during the week to Thursday July 4, from 335,235 tonnes the previous week, according to data from the US Department of Agriculture released on Monday July 8.
8 Jul 2024 | Jane Li
Chinese authorities will offer around 560,000 tonnes of imported soybeans for auction on Tuesday July 9, according to a notice issued by the country’s National Grain Trade Center (NGTC) on Monday July 8.
Russia set a new wheat export record in the 2023/24 marketing year, which ended on June 30, with the country increasing supplies to several countries in Asia, while the underlying structure of key Russian exporters has changed, Fastmarkets research shows.
8 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
Algeria’s state grain importer has announced a fresh tender for a nominal 50,000 tonnes of optional origin milling wheat delivered into small ports, according to an official invitation document seen over the weekend.
5 Jul 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets’ weekly recap of the main movements in global cash markets.
5 Jul 2024 | Marcela Caetano
Sales of Argentine old crop and new crop soybeans declined in the week to June 26, while corn sales were up and wheat was mixed, according to data released by Argentina’s agriculture secretariat on Wednesday July 3.
5 Jul 2024 | Mark Shenk
The US hard red winter (HRW) harvest was completed in Oklahoma this week while the harvest is nearing completion in Texas and Kansas, the latest harvest report from the US Wheat Associates (USWA) showed on Friday July 5.
5 Jul 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications on any basis and geography that relates to any of the vital markets that have strong ties with Ukraine.
5 Jul 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
US soyoil exports hit a marketing-year high at 29,200 tonnes in the week to June 27, versus 5,100 tonnes shipped in the previous week, reflecting recent strong new commitments for the 2023/24 crop year, the USDA reported on Friday June 5.
5 Jul 2024 | Mark Shenk
US weekly net sales of corn totaled 357,200 tonnes for the 2023/24 crop year in the week ended June 27, down by 34% from the previous week and by 57% from the prior four-week average, according to data from the US Department of Agriculture released on Friday July 5.
5 Jul 2024 | Marcela Caetano
US weekly soybean export sales slipped by 19% in the week to June 27 to 228,400 million tonnes from the previous week’s 282,900 tonnes, the US Department of Agriculture reported on Friday July 5.
5 Jul 2024 | Mark Shenk
US weekly net sales of wheat for the 2024/25 crop year totaled 805,300 tonnes during the week to June 27, the US Department of Agriculture said on Friday July 5.
5 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian wheat export tax continued to decline for the week through July 10-16, while corn and barley remain at zero, an official update from the agriculture ministry showed on Friday July 5.
5 Jul 2024 | Anna Platonova
The Ukrainian sunflower crush level in June fell by 36.36% at the midpoint from record crush volumes in May, and the July crush could fall to minimal levels leading to a shortage of sunflower oil offers, market sources told Fastmarkets.
5 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Food Price Index was unchanged at 120.6 points in June, halting three months of growth, on the back of increased prices of vegoils, sugar and dairy products and decreased price of cereals, the FAO said on Friday July 5.
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