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10 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Korea’s flour milling association KOFMIA issued a second tender in a week for milling wheat while feed maker NOFI has...
9 May 2019
Expectations of a quiet day ahead of Friday’s WASDE report were quickly dashed, with both US contracts trading in...
9 May 2019 | Tom Houghton
A total of 107,160 mt of soft wheat was recorded in port lineup data this week, 93,760 mt of which was destined for...
9 May 2019 | Tom Houghton
US old crop wheat sales came in at the bottom end of analyst expectations last week, with the bulk of attention...
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 | Tom Houghton
Profits at Australia’s biggest publicly-traded grain handler slipped in the six months to March as the lingering effects...
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
US futures were back down as the market started to prepare itself for Friday’s WASDE report, while in the cash market...
8 May 2019 | Tom Houghton
The May report is the first of the USDA’s WASDEs to include forecasts of the coming marketing year’s crop...
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...
8 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Korea’s feed manufacturer MFG has bought two 65,000 mt feed wheat cargoes at a tender, market sources...
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
The US futures market managed to regain some support Tuesday despite a USDA report saying winter wheat remains in...
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...
The Turkish wheat trade is expected to turn to domestic supply rather than expensive imports as the cost of buying...
7 May 2019 | Masha Belikova
Jordan's state company has used the opportunity of falling wheat prices to book 60,000 mt of 11% milling wheat in a tender on...
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 | Tom Houghton
Japan’s agriculture ministry (MAFF) was back in the market with its first milling wheat tender in a month...
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