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26 May
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After what has been a recent downward trend, markets received a slight lift today as crude oil pushed up 3%, lending support especially to…

25 May
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Making headlines today has been statements about food export corridors out of Ukraine. However, Russia is asking for export corridors in exchange of a…

23 May
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Weather forecasts for the US have once again turned wetter with large volumes of rain for Kansas and the US…

19 May
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Indonesia will lift its palm oil export ban from Monday as the welfare of the palm oil industry is considered, and stocks build. The…

18 May
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Sovecon has increased Russia’s estimated wheat crop by 1.2Mt to 88.6Mt—the USDA in the May WASDE estimated a noticeably more conservative 80Mt. Increasing confidence…

17 May
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Wheat started the day under a degree of pressure following yesterday’s bullish push higher. Additional details have emerged regarding the Indian export ban, reportedly…

16 May
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India has yet again dominated headlines in recent weeks as heat damage reduces production estimates. Having previously denied and rebuffed initial reports of possible…

12 May
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Today had the USDA release the May WASDE, including the first official look toward next season.   US Corn Little old crop supply and demand estimate changes were…

11 May
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Ahead of tomorrow’s USDA WASDE, and first official look to 2022/23, markets continue to recover from the start of week’s sell-off. Drought concerns for…

10 May
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Grain and oilseed markets recovered slightly, after Monday’s sell off as unfavourable weather and delayed planting progress raised supply concerns. Brent crude has however,…

09 May
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Starting the week, and markets have broadly been in the red with Brent crude sharply lower on increased concerns for lockdowns in China, weighing…

28 Apr
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Today has continued to record support for wheat and corn in the US, EU and new crop UK markets. Confirmation of additional US-China export sales…