27 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
Saudi Arabia is likely to scale back its barley imports by around 6% in the 2018/19 marketing year as government-led polices to cut water use have an impact on demand, the USDA’s local office in Riyadh said in a release published Friday.
26 Apr 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s rural entity Sociedad Rural (SRA) has urged the national government to accelerate the reduction in duties on soybean exports to help producers suffering from a drought that had blighted the country’s most productive lands.
25 Apr 2018 | Reese Ewing
Caramuru, Brazil’s only homegrown grain crushing group, and Rumo, the logistics division of local conglomerate Cosan, extended their 50-50 concession for the XXXIX grain export terminal in Santos for 25 years, pledging to nearly double its capacity with 252 million reais ($73 million) in investments.
25 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge, Johnny Huang
China will continue to auction its corn stocks into May as the National Grain Trade Centre announced Wednesday a fourth consecutive clearance of up to 8 million mt.
25 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge
The controversial use of waivers to excuse some US fuel suppliers from fulfilling their biofuel blending obligations may have cut at least 1.6 billion gallons of biofuels from the anticipated mandates in 2016 and 2017, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) said Tuesday.
24 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
Russia’s ministry of agriculture proposed to continue indefinitely its controversial logistics policy that helps farmers in remote parts of the country export wheat in the international market.
20 Apr 2018 | Andy Allan
Argentina crushed 3.04 million mt of soybeans during March, down compared to 3.36 million mt in March 2017, according to data provided by the country’s agriculture ministry.
20 Apr 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Agribusiness major Cargill decided to halt operations at two of its grain crushing facilities in Argentina until April 29 due to multiple strike actions being carried out by oilseed crushing workers protesting dismissals.
19 Apr 2018 | Andy Allan
US soybean prices would collapse 10% if China carries through its threat to slap a 25% tax on imports, according to a new study by the University of Illinois, with price declines on corn felt further out.
18 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
A key Ukrainian lawmaker has said the future of oilseed exports from the Black Sea remains uncertain as parliament has yet to form a position on whether to reinstate tax rebates for oilseed exporters.
16 Apr 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s national food health and quality service Senasa is working with local industry to fulfil regulatory requirements to allow them to import soybeans from the US, the agency’s President Luis Negri told Agricensus.
12 Apr 2018 | Rei Geyssens
South America’s global soymeal market share will decline if China taxes US imports of soybeans, as US crush margins would widen, increasing meal exports and undercutting its southern neighbour, Rabobank said Thursday.
12 Apr 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
China will increase imports of rapeseed and rapemeal to compensate for the shortfall of 20 million mt in soybeans if China slaps taxes on US soybeans, the China National Grain & Oil Information Centre said Thursday.
11 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge
President Trump’s decision to delay further discussion on the US flagship biofuel policy, the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), has kicked the controversial issue into the long grass, for now, but any adjustments could have a sweeping impact on not just the US corn market, but the global one too.
9 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge
President Donald Trump is set to review a list of options to revamp the Renewable Fuel Standard, Reuters reports Monday, as the latest round of the agriculture versus oil tussle gets underway in Washington DC.
6 Apr 2018 | Andy Allan
Premiums for soybeans over futures rocketed again late Thursday after markets closed as US President Donald Trump ramped up the rhetoric and proposed $100-billion of additional tariffs on Chinese goods.
5 Apr 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Agribusiness major Cargill said it will halt operations at two of its grain crushing facilities in Argentina until at least April 10 due to multiple strikes actions being carried out by oilseed crushing workers protesting dismissals.
5 Apr 2018 | Reese Ewing
Brazil’s fledgling corn ethanol industry is expected to triple its output in the current April-March fiscal year to 1.5 billion liters, consuming 3.75 million mt of the grain from the center-west growing region, Glauber de Silva president at Aprosoja told Agricensus.
5 Apr 2018 | Andy Allan
A 9% jump in soybean crush margins and the prospect of trade talks between the US and China has helped soybean futures contracts rebound from a near two-month low, source said late Wednesday and early Thursday.
4 Apr 2018 | Andy Allan
China is to tax US soybean imports 25%, according to a statement from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce released Wednesday, which also targeted corn and durum wheat.
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