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19 May 2015| Market Reports,News

India buying Australian wheat amid damaged crops

Soycomplex Beans continue to grind a little lower on good planting progress and a non-threatening Midwest weather forecast. Weekly export sales wer...


US wheat futures rose anew heavy rains of 'biblical proportions'

EU grains closed mostly higher, as US wheat futures rose anew as heavy rains of "biblical proportions" batter US winter wheat on the Plains immediatel...


Grain traders 'keeping an eye on Russia'

EU grains closed mixed with May 15 London wheat down GBP0.35/tonne at GBP109.70/tonne, Sep 15 Paris wheat was EUR2.25/tonne firmer at EUR180.50/tonne,...


Record high levels predicted for crop ratings report

Soycomplex Beans closed lower, setting fresh contract lows in many positions. Good planting progress and a "warm and wet" US weather forecast keep ...


EU wheat gives up gains as US futures turned lower

EU wheat gave up some of yesterday's gains, as US futures turned lower despite ongoing concerns over rains pounding US winter wheat on the Southern Pl...


Wheat market closes lower; US rain forest and sharply higher dollar

Soycomplex Beans closed lower, with new crop Nov 15 posting a lifetime contract low. US plantings are going well, the Midwest has had plenty of moi...


Fears of US rains drive crop rally

EU grains began the week trading higher across the board, with wheat posting the biggest gains on what was probably a combination of nervous short-cov...


Wheat market closes with double digit gains; US weather 'non-threatening'

Soycomplex Beans closed with small gains. Oil World estimated global 2014/15 soybean ending stocks at an ample 87.7 MMT, which would take total soy...


19 May 2015 | Market Reports,News
Agricultural biologicals - biopesticides, biostimulants, biofertilizers

According to the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), an agricultural biologicals system is defined as an ecologically, ...


Rapeseed production in Europe will fall

EU grains closed mixed, but mostly with little change, save for rapeseed which closed with losses of around EUR2.00-4.00/tonne. The day ended with ...


Global wheat production 'forecast down from last year’s record'

Soycomplex Beans closed sharply lower following the release of the May WASDE report from the USDA. In that they raised their outlook on Argentine p...


EU grains close mixed, higher in Paris and lower in London

EU grains closed mixed, mostly higher in Paris and lower in London after the pound rose to its best finish against the US dollar since before Christma...


Tough weeds call for tough action to protect spring cereal yields

Spring cereal crops face a serious challenge from broad-leaved weeds, warns Dow AgroSciences, as recent weather has hardened emerged weeds and encoura...


Cold slow spring and tough markets prove challenging for student teams

A cold slow start to spring and tough markets have proved challenging for the six student teams fighting it out to grow the most profitable crop of ry...


Wheat market in double digit gains; Midwest suffering from dry field conditions

Soycomplex Beans closed mixed in subdued trade. Stats Canada reported Mar 31 canola stocks at 7.04 MMT, down from 8.68 MMT a year ago and below the...



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