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GeoGrain: Harvest Low Short-Lived in Cash Grain Market
US - If you blinked, you likely missed it this year. The usual drop in basis levels seen around harvest has been mostly non-existent this year, except for a few parts of the country with better supply prospects. Since September 1, corn basis
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CME: Grain Markets Very Volatile
US - Grain markets have been particularly volatile in recent weeks as market participants try to assess the price levels required to ration available grain supplies for 2012/13 marketing year, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. Corn futures
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CME: Grain Markets Very Volatile
US - Grain markets have been particularly volatile in recent weeks as market participants try to assess the price levels required to ration available grain supplies for 2012/13 marketing year, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. Corn futures
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Weekly US Grain Market Review
US - For the week of September 14, grain and soybean bids traded mixed compared to last week. Grains started out the week with sharp losses as selling interest picked up ahead of Wednesday’s USDA report. The UDSA report on Wednesday listed
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Global Grain Markets Tighten - FAO Cereal Supply and Demand Brief
Continued deterioration of cereal crop prospects over the past two months, due to unfavourable weather conditions in a number of major producing regions, has led to a sharp cut in FAO’s world production forecast since the previous report in July. B
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Can India Fill the Grain Market Void?
ANALYSIS - With global concern rising over the drop in yields in the corn crop in the US and the wheat crop in Russia and the Black Sea countries because of drought, there is speculation that India could come in to help fill the void, writes Chris Ha
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CME: Grain Markets Await Plantings & Stocks Report
US - Grain markets are anxiously looking at the upcoming USDA reports on plantings and grain stocks, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. Trade continues to simultaneously asses the amount of rationing that will be needed through the end of August an
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Global Grain Markets Showing Signs of Improvement
GLOBAL - The recent stabilisation in the cereal market has been helped to some extent by adverse winter wheat conditions across Ukraine coupled with an ongoing strong global demand for maize, writes Peter Duggan, Strategic Information Services for Bo
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Competing for Algeria’s Feed Grain Market
ALGERIA - Algeria imported 3.5 million metric tons of feed grains last year, with corn reaching 126 million bushels and barley topping 17.7 million bushels. Algeria’s corn sales were dominated by Argentina, Brazil, Ukraine, France and Romania,
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USDA: Weekly National Grain Market Review
US - Compared to last week, grain bids were mostly lower with soybeans trading moderately higher. Soybeans saw support most of the week from good export demand and concerns of lower than expected production in South America. The higher outsid
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International Grains Council Grain Market Report - October 2011
With the exception of rice, export prices of grain and oilseeds fell to their lowest in several months before retracing most of the losses. MARKET COMMENTARY They showed only a modest overall reduction, the IGC GOI declining by four per ce
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Another Volatile Season for Global Grain Markets
GLOBAL - The scene was set for another season of unpredictability in global grain markets. AHDB Senior Analyst Jack Watts said while worldwide demand for grain continues to grow, production in 2011 is struggling to keep pace. Nowhere is this
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Grain Market Report - June 2011
Wheat and coarse grains markets staged another dramatic reversal in June, price falls triggered by substantial fund selling in the major exchanges in response to a mix of factors, according to the International Grains Council Grain Market Report.
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China Food Choices Reshaping World Grain Market
CHINA — For a sense of how this country's changing demand for food is reshaping world markets, Liu Shuwen's journey from street chicken vendor to poultry industrialist is a good start. There are the 24,000 hens he currently raises, triple wh
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CME: Sharp Pullback in Grain Markets
US - Grain markets pulled back sharply on Tuesday following reports over the weekend that Russia would lift wheat export restrictions, which have been in place since last summer, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. Trade reports indicate that feed
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Grain Market Report - May 2011
Concerns about unfavourable weather for some key 2011/12 crops largely set the tone for world grains and oilseed markets during May, but rice direction was also heavily influenced by external sectors, especially weaker crude oil, according to the Gra
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Global Grain Market Update
GLOBAL - The situation for global grain markets is quite simple at the moment, writes David Eudall, HGCA. Low stocks are being held in the EU and US of wheat and maize and the 2011 harvest which is needed to replenish these stocks is under great s
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Global Grain Markets Dip Further
GLOBAL - Global grain markets have fallen further this week as lower crude oil values, poor US economic data and a period of profit-taking push markets lower, writes David Eudall for HGCA. Given the current unfavourable growing and planting condit
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BPEX Grain Market Report
UK - US markets were open over the UK long weekend with weather remaining the driver of markets on Monday; closing lower as improved planting conditions are expected for the week; little precipitation is expected this week with only 0.5-1.5mm of rain
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Ukraine Plans for Return of World Grain Market
UKRAINE - Ukraine has ambitious plans for the complete return on the world grain market, and is ready to more essential export grain volumes compared to the last season. The first step was the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers at a meeting on
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Grain Market Report - April 2011
The past month was again volatile in global markets, with a sharp jump in grain values in early April largely centred on renewed bullish trading in maize (corn), partly in response to new US data indicating heavier than anticipated domestic use, acco
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Grain Market Report - March 2011
The past month saw exceptionally volatile conditions in the world’s major commodity exchanges, with huge price swings in grains and oilseeds, according to the latest Grain Market Report from the International Grain's Council. After nearing
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Grain Market Report - February 2011
Grain and oilseed prices continued their upward march in early February, with some values nearing the peaks seen in 2008, according to the February International Grains Council Grain Market Report. However, in renewed dayto- day volatility, market
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CME: Grain Markets Worry Livestock, Poultry Farmers
US - Grain markets have become a primary concern for livestock and poultry producers and that concern will only be heightened following the latest USDA estimates of US grain supplies for the current marketing year, write Steve Meyer and Len Steine
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Grain Market Report - January 2011
International grain and oilseed prices advanced strongly in December and again in January, with some values at their highest for two years, according to the International Grains Council Grains Market Report. However, export prices remained below t
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