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2 Jul 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Austria is set to be the first EU member state to ban the use of glyphosate well in advance of the expiration of the EU’s current...
2 Jul 2019 | Thomas Hughes
The stronger Brazilian real against the US dollar hampered farmer selling in June and weighed on the domestic...
2 Jul 2019 | Rei Geyssens
A slump in soybean demand from China cut bean shipments from its number one supplier Brazil by 15.1% on the...
2 Jul 2019 | Tim Worledge
The weekly US crop planting update showed stable conditions for corn and soybeans, with both holding at 56% and 54% good or...
2 Jul 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Korean feedmaker KFA has tendered for up to two cargoes of corn for delivery into the ports of Busan and Ulsan for...
1 Jul 2019
The hangover from last week’s USDA data release continued to cast its shadow over much of the agriculture space at the start...
1 Jul 2019 | Tim Worledge
Vessels expected to load 1.4 million mt of corn from Argentina’s ports in May and June are still waiting at the facilities, according...
1 Jul 2019 | Tim Worledge
US corn export inspections came in at 272,513 mt in the week to June 27, almost half the minimum volume that analysts had...
1 Jul 2019 | Andy Allan
Futures on all four main grain and oilseed contracts turned red on Monday despite some upbeat talk from President Trump...
1 Jul 2019 | Masha Belikova
EU wheat exports for the 2018/19 marketing year wrapped up last week at 20.26 million mt, down 3.7% on the year and...
1 Jul 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The second-crop corn harvest in Brazil posted another solid week of progress with nearly a third of the planted area harvested...
1 Jul 2019 | Masha Belikova
Ukraine’s wheat exports for the 2018/19 marketing year came to 15.6 million mt after an additional...
29 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
Managed money investing in corn futures and options increased their net long positions to a 13-month high in the week to June...
28 Jun 2019
With Ukraine out and a brace of major USDA reports due later in the day, markets were unsurprisingly subdued with most looking towards more end-of-day...
28 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
The USDA has confirmed it will resurvey corn, cotton, sorghum and soybean plantings across 14 states after bad weather...
28 Jun 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Second-quarter stocks of US soybeans have risen 47% year-on-year to land at 1.79 billion bushels amid...
28 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
The USDA’s annual acreage report has caught both corn and soybean market participants by surprise, slashing the outlook...
28 Jun 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Zimbabwe's farmers will face up to two years in jail if they choose to sell their corn crop to any other...
28 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge, Johnny Huang
China faces a key two month period in its battle with a Fall armyworm infestation, which is threatening corn production...
28 Jun 2019 | Andy Allan
Corn exports from Argentina in the month of May more than doubled compared with the same month a year...
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