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16 Jan 2019
The overnight falls on the Board were enough to stimulate South Korea’s feed manufacturers who set the backdrop to a day of...
16 Jan 2019 | Tim Worledge
US ethanol production in the week ending January 11 weighed in at 1.05 million barrels per day as the sector clocked up the...
16 Jan 2019 | Tim Worledge
The current support for corn prices in the Black Sea market stems from seasonal factors, as logistics and weather combine to slow...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Investments funds active on the Paris-based milling wheat futures cut their net long to a one-month low during the...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
A no-deal Brexit will cause trade disruptions hurting UK farmers and will have to be avoided at all costs, the...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Ukraine exported 1.6 million mt of grains last week, taking the marketing year's total to 25.73 million mt...
16 Jan 2019 | Johnny Huang, Tim Worledge
China will end its efforts to reduce its massive corn stocks this year, as the country's domestic corn supply is likely to be...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The Turkish government has issued new tariff-free import quotas for key staple grains as the country continues to...
16 Jan 2019 | Tim Worledge
A seven-cent fall on CBOT corn futures was enough to open the floodgates for South Korea’s feed manufacturing sector, with...
15 Jan 2019
Whispers that US ethanol volumes may be an integral part of any trade solution with China provided some backdoor early support...
15 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
A group of lawmakers have called on the EU to review whether to allow European farmers to use glyphosate to boost...
Traders in Argentina’s agricultural markets have reacted coolly to news that maritime workers at the country’s ports have started...
14 Jan 2019
The modest cent-and-a-bit fall seen on corn futures contracts could be taken as a sign of relative resilience Monday, as wheat...
14 Jan 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Africa’s agricultural business chamber, Agbiz, has warned that the country is unlikely to hit the 12.2 million mt corn...
14 Jan 2019 | Andy Allan
The US Trade Representative office has included agriculture on its list of priorities in a potential trade...
14 Jan 2019 | Tim Worledge
US corn inspected for export last week cleared just over 1 million mt, weekly data from the USDA showed Monday, busting...
14 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The EU imported 236,733 mt of wheat last week, its largest volume in nearly a year as the bloc turned from...
14 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Canada’s health department has said it upholds its 2017 approval of the herbicide glyphosate, wherein...
11 Jan 2019
The end of the week brought a big WASDE-shaped vacuum to agricultural markets that fundamental news for Russian wheat...
11 Jan 2019 | Andy Allan
The promise of an early soybean harvest turned into a reality this week, with 2.1% of the planted area....
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