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12 Feb 2019 | Tim Worledge
China’s switch away to alternative meals as the country broadens its animal feed palate, along with the impact of African...
Argentina’s FOB Up River basis premiums for corn cargoes are softening as a lack of buyers, currency fluctuations and...
12 Feb 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Farmers in Brazil’s largest producing state have increased forward selling over the last month, despite....
12 Feb 2019 | Andy Allan
Brazil’s food statistics agency cut its projection of the current Brazilian soybean crop to 115.3 million mt on...
12 Feb 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Korea’s feed makers FLC and NOFI have successfully picked up close to 200,000 mt of corn at tender, with Cargill...
11 Feb 2019 | Tim Worledge
Full year results for the US ethanol producer Green Plains show it has increased its revenues by 7.6% to $3.9 billion, despite the...
11 Feb 2019
A collapse in soybean confidence dragged down the wider agriculture complex at the start of the week, with corn again...
Ukraine’s corn exports could become competitive into India even with an import duty levied as internal demand from the...
11 Feb 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Corn imports into the EU fell to their lowest level since mid-October, after surging at the end of last year...
11 Feb 2019 | Tim Worledge
Weekly export inspection data has seen US corn fall below analysts’ estimates and the third consecutive week-on-week...
11 Feb 2019 | Andy Allan, Tim Worledge
On Tuesday Brazil’s food statistics agency will produce its fifth update on the state of Brazil’s soybean and corn crops, and...
Russia’s government has moved to further tighten its control over grain exports, announcing that a new trade body is to be...
11 Feb 2019 | Tim Worledge
Managed money slashed its net short position in soybeans in the week ending January 5, as a 9,000-lot build in long positions...
8 Feb 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
An expected record corn crop in Argentina’s main productive region is expected to boost the size of the 2018/19 corn crop...
8 Feb 2019
A day of relative support ended abruptly in the post-party embers of a much anticipated WASDE update...
Strong domestic corn prices in Ukraine are biting into trade margins and risk pricing Ukrainian corn off the international...
8 Feb 2019 | Tim Worledge
The restoration of US government data reached its zenith Friday, as data dump day dawned and a bumper WASDE hit market...
8 Feb 2019 | Andy Allan
In a move that has angered farmers and could push up the price of soybeans and corn at ports, Brazil’s Supreme...
8 Feb 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Korea’s feed maker KFA has made a third attempt to buy corn, this time at tender, but has completed a rare hattrick as...
7 Feb 2019
With wheat and soybeans facing a bloodbath, corn had little choice but to follow lower although with just over...
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