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22 May 2024 | Victor Gusmao
The second corn crop harvest in the Brazilian state of Paraná has started, reaching 2% completion despite dryness, according to data published by state agency Deral on Tuesday May 21...
21 May 2024
US corn futures fell on Tuesday May 21 due to weekly crop progress that exceeded market expectations, gaining 21 percentage points week on week.
Russian spring grain planting progressed another 16.5 percentage points to 54.5% complete through the week ended Tuesday May 21, according to agriculture ministry data...
21 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
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21 May 2024 | Sam Balf
The EU's weekly wheat exports amounted to 40,790 tonnes in the week to May 3, according to initial data from the European Commission released on Tuesday May 21. ​
20 May 2024 | Mark Shenk
US corn, soybean and spring wheat planting advanced at a faster pace than expected in the week to Sunday May 19 but trailed prior-year levels, the USDA’s weekly crop progress report showed on Monday May 20.
20 May 2024 | Tim Worledge
US biofuel groups have reacted to a petition that has been lodged with the US Supreme Court. The petition challenges a lower court’s decision that it was itself able to consider an appeal from conventional oil refiners over a long-running complaint focusing on small refinery exemptions (SREs).
20 May 2024
US corn futures went up on Monday May 20 on spilled-over strength in the wheat market following reports of frost in Ukraine, adding to supply concerns out of the Black Sea.
20 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
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20 May 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
Weekly export inspections of US corn were up by 21% to 1.21 million tonnes in the week to May 16 from 1 million tonnes recorded in the previous week, data from the USDA showed on Monday May 20.
20 May 2024 | Regina Koh
China imported 5.92 million tonnes of soybeans from Brazil in April, figures from the country’s General Administration of Customs (GACC) showed on Monday May 20...
17 May 2024 | Mark Shenk
Speculators in the US corn and wheat markets disposed of shorts and added longs in the week ended Tuesday May 14, while the soybean market experienced declines in both shorts and longs, a report from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) showed late on Friday May 17.
17 May 2024
US corn futures remained under pressure on Friday May 17 for the fourth consecutive day this week, on improved drought conditions in key growing areas and bearish USDA figures reported throughout the week, including decreased weekly inspections, net sales and exports.
17 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
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17 May 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian Grain Exporters Union has released its first weekly forecast for the country’s grain export and production for the 2024/25 marketing year, given the “weather cataclysms” affecting the crops...
17 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
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17 May 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian physical wheat price has exceeded the index used to calculate the country’s export tax for the product, while the wheat export tax has been slightly lowered for the May 22-28 period, according to an official note from Russia's agriculture ministry on Friday May 17.
17 May 2024 | Yana Sukharska
Grain volumes declared for export out of Ukraine totaled 1.3 million tonnes in the week to Friday May 17, according to data from the country’s State Customs Service.
17 May 2024 | Sharon Levrez
French soft wheat growing conditions were stable in the week to Monday May 13, albeit at low levels, while planting of the corn crop rose to over 70%...
16 May 2024 | Yana Sukharska
Canada's grain and oilseed exports rose to 1.17 million tonnes, or 13%, in the week to Sunday May 12, with increasing rapeseed and barley flows fully compensating for the fall of wheat exports...
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