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9 May 2019 | Tom Houghton
US ethanol producer Green Plains recorded a loss in the first quarter of the year as margins slipped and...
9 May 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Brazil’s food statistics agency Conab today revised upwards its projection for the country's soybean and corn harvest...
9 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Africa has wrapped up its marketing year with 2 million mt of corn exports, data from the country’s grain information...
9 May 2019 | Rei Geyssens
German agricultural trader Baywa AG’s Q1 earnings in its agriculture segment slipped 46% on the year amid...
9 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
US corn net sales dramatically missed analyst expectations to record a marketing year low as just 287,600 mt was...
9 May 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Firming prices for meat, dairy and vegetable oil in April lifted the UN’s Food Price Index (FPI) to the highest level since...
8 May 2019
Tuesday’s brief show of price support melted away Wednesday, as expectations for further production builds revealed in the...
8 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
More of the same, is the broad expectation for the USDA’s May update to its influential world agriculture supply and demand...
8 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
US ethanol production in the week ending May 3 rose exactly in line with analysts’ expectations to add 12,000 barrels a day...
8 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
Brazil’s soybean harvest is 97% complete with yields robust enough to prompt an upward revision of total production, while...
8 May 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Argentina farmer sales of the soybean crop fell about 20% on the week, while corn sales rose on the week by about 10%...
8 May 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Agrimajor Bunge posted its Q1 in profit after last year’s loss-making quarter on higher crush margins in the US...
7 May 2019 | Andy Allan
Commodity trading house Gavilon do Brasil has parted company with its general manager and a controller, the company said...
7 May 2019
After a hefty 8 cent fall at the start of the week, as corn followed soybeans lower, corn futures stabilised and pushed up again as...
7 May 2019 | Andy Allan, Rei Geyssens
US grain handling company The Andersons announced a $14-million loss in the first quarter of the year compared with...
7 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
Uncertainty over ongoing trade talks between China and the US has sent corn and bean prices slumping just as US...
7 May 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Wheat stocks in Canada slumped 4.3% by the end of March versus the same period of 2018, depleted by a record export...
7 May 2019 | Johnny Huang
China has tightened up its policy requirements for pig slaughtering firms as it strives to prevent the further spread of...
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