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Weekly Review: Crop promise reins in wheat bulls again

Promising Russian, US, Canadian and European crop outlooks had re-emergent wheat bulls backing off again this week, pushing the CBOT front month down to four-week lows and dragging Paris milling futures with it.

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USDA Export Sales: Corn sales top expectations

US corn export sales were higher for the week to April 11, topping trade expectations and the four-week average.

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Wheat

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US Futures Review: Wheat weighed down by weather, crop prospects

US wheat markets closed lower to start the week with Minneapolis being the leader to the downside.

Wheat Demand

US Futures Review: Soybeans lower on spillover pressure from grains

Soybean futures ended lower Monday, pressured by weakness in wheat and corn futures. Soybean meal and soybean oil futures also settled modestly lower. May soybeans were 3 1/2 cents lower at USD8.77.

Soy Futures

USDA Crop Progress: Corn planting slow as winter wheat ratings rise

US farmers are slowly making progress toward getting the growing season underway for spring-planted crops, with corn, soybean and spring wheat planting all running behind the average pace normally seen at this time of year.

Corn Wheat

US Futures Review: Wheat mostly lower as weather, exports weigh

US wheat futures closed mostly lower on Thursday, with only Kansas City posting a steady-to-lower finish.

Wheat Demand

USDA Export Sales: No surprises in wheat sales

Current and new crop US wheat sales were within trade expectations for the week to April 11, rising from the prior week.

United States Wheat

Trade tensions to hit GrainCorp results

GrainCorp has announced a AUD40 mln (USD28.6 mln) hit to its first half EBITDA from trade tensions and a drought in Australia.

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Corn

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US Futures Review: Corn hit by speculative selling

Corn prices were weaker on Monday, with the May settling 3 1/4 cent to $3.54 3/4.

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US Futures Review: Soybeans lower on spillover pressure from grains

Soybean futures ended lower Monday, pressured by weakness in wheat and corn futures. Soybean meal and soybean oil futures also settled modestly lower. May soybeans were 3 1/2 cents lower at USD8.77.

Soy Futures

USDA Crop Progress: Corn planting slow as winter wheat ratings rise

US farmers are slowly making progress toward getting the growing season underway for spring-planted crops, with corn, soybean and spring wheat planting all running behind the average pace normally seen at this time of year.

Corn Wheat

Weekly Review: Corn not panicking yet over US planting delays

Ample US and global stocks continue to anchor corn values against concerns about slow US planting progress.

Corn Futures

US Futures Review: Corn ends narrowly mixed ahead of long weekend

Corn prices were mixed on Thursday, with the May settling up 1/4 cent to $3.58 1/2.

Corn Weather

Amaggi reports better results on large production and good pace of exports

Amaggi, one of the largest producers and processors of grains and oilseeds in Brazil, had its 2018 results lifted by good momentum of the Brazilian soybean market last year, mainly in production and export of the oilseed from Brazil.

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Rice

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Rice prices edge up in March

Global rice prices edged up in March, according to UN data, but remain below the levels seen in the same month last year.

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Intense debate on Brexit at IFE London

The chief executive of the UK Food & Drink Event (FDF), Ian Wright; the chief executive of Cotswold Fayre, a gourmet food supplier, Paul Hargreaves; the director of the UK Food And Drink Exporters Association, Sandra Sullivan (FDEA); and the strategy director for beef and lamb at the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), Will Jackson, debated Brexit at an event hosted by the International Food & Drinks exhibition (IFE) in London on March 18.

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EU says it will apply usual trade tariffs on UK in event of ‘no deal’ Brexit

The European Commission has confirmed that it will apply its existing Most Favoured Nation (MFN) import tariffs on produce entering the bloc from the UK should it leave on March 29 with ‘no deal’.

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How will the ‘no deal’ import tariffs impact key UK agri-food markets?

The UK has announced it will suspend the application of import duties on 87% by value of products entering the country under a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario. But what will change for the agricultural sectors that will see import duties applied?

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Mandatory origin labelleling “resounding success”, say Italy’s farmers

Twelve months have passed since the introduction of mandatory origin labelling on rice in Italy in February 2018 and the country’s farmers’ association Coldiretti has hailed the outcome of this measure as a resounding success.

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EU imported more than 3.0 million tonnes of organic food in 2018

The European Union imported some 3.258 million tonnes of organic products in 2018, with China ranking as the leading supplier (by volume) of organic goods to the EU market.

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Barley

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Trade tensions to hit GrainCorp results

GrainCorp has announced a AUD40 mln (USD28.6 mln) hit to its first half EBITDA from trade tensions and a drought in Australia.

Australia Barley

Russian feed production to hit 40 mln tonnes in 2025

Feed production in Russia is forecast to grow steadily in the next six years, with pork and cattle feed leading increases.

Russian Federation Grains & Feed

German grain production expected to rise 25%

Farmers’ association German Raiffeisen Association (DRV) expects Germany’s grain harvest to rise by around 25% from the low levels caused by drought in 2018, although the current crop is in need of rain.

Germany Wheat

Rice and sorghum help raise FAO world grain production estimate

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) lowered its world cereal production figure to 2.655 billion tonnes, up 46 million tonnes from last month’s estimate.

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Rail freight giant Rustranscom mulls London IPO

Rustranscom, a Russian rail company specialising in grain and timber transportation in Russia and Kazakhstan, announced a potential initial public offering (IPO) on the London Stock Exchange.

Freight Financial Results

US farmers tell USDA they will plant more corn, less soy in 2019

US farmers have told USDA they are not going to plant as many acres to soybeans and more acres to corn in 2019, but the shifts they signal are even greater than expected ahead of the report.

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US Futures Review: Soybeans lower on spillover pressure from grains

Soybean futures ended lower Monday, pressured by weakness in wheat and corn futures. Soybean meal and soybean oil futures also settled modestly lower. May soybeans were 3 1/2 cents lower at USD8.77.

Soy Futures

US Futures Review: Soybeans edge higher ahead of holiday weekend

Soybean futures posted slight gains Thursday, finding technical support after two days of sharp losses. Soybean meal futures ended lower, while soybean oil futures saw modest gains. May soybeans were 1 1/2 cents higher at USD8.80 1/2.

Soy Futures

Amaggi reports better results on large production and good pace of exports

Amaggi, one of the largest producers and processors of grains and oilseeds in Brazil, had its 2018 results lifted by good momentum of the Brazilian soybean market last year, mainly in production and export of the oilseed from Brazil.

Financial Results Brazil

Weekly Review: Chinese hog cull fears weigh on soy market

Reports that top soy importer China may undertake massive hog culls to control African Swine Fever outbreaks have begun to vie with impatience over protracted talks on a US/China trade deal as potential chief depressant in the soy market.

Soy Futures

US Futures Review: Soybeans fall to five-week lows as export woes continue

Soybean futures fell sharply for the second consecutive day Wednesday as trade uncertainty and rising South American production estimates pressured the market. Soybean meal and soybean oil futures also ended lower. May soybeans were nine cents lower at USD8.79.

Soy Futures

Russian feed production to hit 40 mln tonnes in 2025

Feed production in Russia is forecast to grow steadily in the next six years, with pork and cattle feed leading increases.

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Rapemeal

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Russian feed production to hit 40 mln tonnes in 2025

Feed production in Russia is forecast to grow steadily in the next six years, with pork and cattle feed leading increases.

Russian Federation Grains & Feed

EU soybean import lead narrows

The EU’s total imports of soybeans remain higher this season than last, but the lead has narrowed in recent weeks despite relatively cheap prices for the oilseed.

Soy Palm Oil

Indian rapeseed meal exports jump

India’s exports of rapeseed meal and soymeal improved on-year for the April 2018- March 2019 period, according to the Solvent Extractors’ Association of India (SEA).

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Indian oilmeal exports pace slows in December

India’s oilmeal exports in December were provisionally reported at 303,115 tonnes, which is 14% lower than the previous month, the latest data from the Solvent Extractors Association (SEA) showed.

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China to import rapeseed meal from Kazakhstan

Chinese customs officials said on Monday that they had approved rapeseed meal imports from Kazakhstan, the latest move in the country’s drive to reduce its reliance on US soybeans as sources of protein for animal feed.

Oils & Oilseeds Rapemeal

Indian oilmeal exports still ahead year-on-year

Indian exports of oilmeals for the period April – November 2018 were 10% higher than during the same time a year earlier, the Solvent Extractors Association of India (SEA) said.

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Sunflowermeal

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Russian feed production to hit 40 mln tonnes in 2025

Feed production in Russia is forecast to grow steadily in the next six years, with pork and cattle feed leading increases.

Russian Federation Grains & Feed

EU soybean import lead narrows

The EU’s total imports of soybeans remain higher this season than last, but the lead has narrowed in recent weeks despite relatively cheap prices for the oilseed.

Soy Palm Oil

Dutch feed firm enters Ukraine with acquisition

Netherlands-based Royal De Heus is taking a strategic step into the Ukrainian market by acquiring a majority stake in local feed manufacturer, D-Mix.

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China top destination for Ukrainian sunflower meal in 2018/19

China was the top importer of Ukrainian sunflower meal during the first two months of the 2018/19 season, but overall shipments of the commodity were down year-on-year.

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Fat and Oil Industry 2018: Ukraine meal exports could set new record

Ukraine could set a new record in oilmeal exports this season (2018/19), thanks to strong production growth across all types of meal, APK Inform said in Kiev yesterday (November 6).

Oils & Oilseeds Grains & Feed

EU rapeseed oil imports higher y-o-y

EU rapeseed oil imports during the first 15 weeks of the current season were up by 15% year-on-year, as local seed supplies were limited due to this year’s disappointing harvest in major producers.

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Other Grains & Feed

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Trade tensions to hit GrainCorp results

GrainCorp has announced a AUD40 mln (USD28.6 mln) hit to its first half EBITDA from trade tensions and a drought in Australia.

Australia Barley

Russian feed production to hit 40 mln tonnes in 2025

Feed production in Russia is forecast to grow steadily in the next six years, with pork and cattle feed leading increases.

Russian Federation Grains & Feed

China to review antidumping tariffs on US DDGS

China’s Ministry of Commerce has announced it will review China’s current anti-dumping tariffs on US dried distiller grains (DDGS) imports.

China DDGS

Rice and sorghum help raise FAO world grain production estimate

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) lowered its world cereal production figure to 2.655 billion tonnes, up 46 million tonnes from last month’s estimate.

Europe South America

US farmers tell USDA they will plant more corn, less soy in 2019

US farmers have told USDA they are not going to plant as many acres to soybeans and more acres to corn in 2019, but the shifts they signal are even greater than expected ahead of the report.

Corn Wheat

South Africa corn production seen plummeting

South Africa’s corn area estimate was revised up by 1.45% to 2.3 million hectares in the latest update from the Department of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries’ Crop Estimates Committee (CEC).

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