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Russian state-owned bank VTB has continued its grain acquisition spate, picking up trader Mirogroup for an...
7 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
Timing is everything, as any farmer will tell you, and the June update of the USDA’s supply and demand estimates provides...
7 Jun 2019 | Johnny Huang
Spanish pork exports to China have risen 34% in the first quarter of the year compared to the previous corresponding period...
7 Jun 2019
Our weekly review of the main movements in global cash markets...
6 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
A week of relatively dry weather has allowed Argentina’s farmers to capitalise on wheat planting, with progress jumping 12...
6 Jun 2019
Atrocious US net corn sales were not enough to depress corn futures prices Thursday, as wheat’s front month Chicago...
The loss of production and supply from the US corn crop may see more feed wheat switch into the domestic feed mix, further...
6 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
Higher prices, ongoing logistics issues and mounting South American competition have combined to slash US net sales for...
6 Jun 2019 | Tom Houghton
A rebound in planted area and more favourable weather will result in improved yields and output for Germany’s...
6 Jun 2019 | Thomas Hughes
US corn production is set to collapse 10% on the year to 330 million mt, according to the latest global agriculture...
6 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
Uptake in China’s third corn auction has fallen for the second consecutive week with the nation’s biggest corn producing state...
5 Jun 2019
Wednesday brought the last planting day for US crop insurance across the eastern corn belt with farmers said to be pushing...
5 Jun 2019 | Masha Belikova
Uncertainty surrounding the outcome for US corn plantings is bleeding into the price outlook for Ukraine’s export and...
5 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
Farmers in one of the biggest US corn and soybean growing states are facing a final, frantic push to plant corn as the...
5 Jun 2019 | Johnny Huang
Investors in European futures reversed their bearish bets on the wheat market last week, flipping their net short into a....
5 Jun 2019 | Tim Worledge
US ethanol production dipped by another 13,000 barrels a day to reach 1.04 million b/d according to weekly data from the...
5 Jun 2019 | Masha Belikova
Ukraine’s state rail operator is exploring the possibility of moving into grain trading, a move that has been...
5 Jun 2019 | Tom Houghton
The UK’s wheat stocks are set to rise at the end of the current marketing year despite one of the smallest domestic...
5 Jun 2019 | Andy Allan
The Swiss government has been urged to act to encourage big agricultural commodity trading houses to halt...
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