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7 May 2019 | Johnny Huang
China has tightened up its policy requirements for pig slaughtering firms as it strives to prevent the further spread of...
7 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
A weekly US crop progress report met analyst expectations and confirmed spring planting of corn, wheat and
6 May 2019 | Masha Belikova
EU wheat exports in the week to May 5 slipped to their lowest level so far this marketing year, European...
6 May 2019 | Tom Houghton
US wheat exports came in below where analysts had expected in the week to May 2, according to USDA inspections data...
6 May 2019 | Tom Houghton
A $1.7 billion approach to buy Australia’s largest publicly-traded grain and oilseed handler has ended after the...
6 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
Both wheat and soybeans sank deeper into record net shorts in the week ending April 30, although corn eased back...
3 May 2019
After holding their ground overnight from Thursday’s rally, US futures returned to their downwards trajectory once...
3 May 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Agribusiness major Louis Dreyfus Company is holding talks with key Asian partners to sell off...
3 May 2019 | Masha Belikova
Ukraine's corn exports held stable in the final week of the month, with another 862,000 mt leaving the country during the week ending May 3
3 May 2019
Our weekly review of the main movements in global cash markets...
3 May 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Funds piled on more short contracts on the Euronext milling wheat futures, extending their net short position while adding...
3 May 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The pace of corn sowing in France maintained its five-day lead to the long-term average as progress hit 68% during...
2 May 2019
Forecasts of more rains across the US’ SRW-producing belt were enough to push wheat into the green and halt...
2 May 2019 | Masha Belikova
French wheat exports slowed this week with just 84,000 mt leaving the country during from April 25-May 1, port...
2 May 2019 | Masha Belikova
Rain in parts of Australia’s wheat producing regions has brought relief to some parts of New South Wales, South Australia and...
2 May 2019 | Johnny Huang
China's imports of pork from Canada will likely remain unchanged despite the fact that China has suspended two...
2 May 2019 | Tom Houghton
US old crop wheat sales slipped well below analyst expectations last week, although 2019/20 marketing year volumes...
2 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
South Korea’s flour milling association, KOFMIA, has secured 75,000 mt of US milling wheat at tender, with Cargill and CHS...
1 May 2019
With much of the world out on national holidays, physical trading took a back seat Wednesday as futures clawed back ground...
1 May 2019 | Johnny Huang
Canada's government has announced it will provide more financial support to rapeseed farmers by increasing federal loan...
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