21 Apr 2019

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E.g., 21/04/2019
15 Apr 2019 - Hammersmith
The latest USDA WASDE report didn’t have too much excitement built in but there were a few items of interest: Lower feed and ethanol use for corn along with reduced corn exports – the result is an increase.........please click PDF to see more details
15 Apr 2019 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend would be stronger till further progress at ….
08 Apr 2019 - Hammersmith
Corn prices in the US were up just a little this week – not enough to worry about or to call a trend - soybeans did move up by about USD 5 m/t while winter wheat was up by about USD 2 m/t while spring wheat prices dropped by between USD 10 and 15 m/t...........please click PDF to see more details.
08 Apr 2019 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend climbs up when concerns about low fishing …..
02 Apr 2019 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend moves up when there’s a measurably low ….
01 Apr 2019 - Hammersmith
It was quite a down week for all US grain and oilseed prices. Soybeans were down the least at about USD 2 m/t lower while soymeal changed little or nothing on the week- corn prices did drop by about USD 6 m/t with winter wheat lower by USD 3 to 6 m/t........please click PDF to see more details.
25 Mar 2019 - Hammersmith
China bought some US corn – not as much as the rumors had been saying but still better than nothing. The China sale and the flooding in the US corn belt was enough to push corn prices higher and add a few dollars to the export basis. The concern with the flooding is both the possible delay to corn planting and the difficulty in getting corn to ethanol facilities. It is reported that several ethanol facilities have had to close down due to the flooding, especially in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota......please click PDF to see more details
25 Mar 2019 - CFO Exclusive
The present breeding size of live pig is to be further falling …..
19 Mar 2019 - CFO Exclusive
Swine disease likely reduces 30% of pork production since last …..
18 Mar 2019 - Hammersmith
Travelling this week and next so my report may be a tad shorter than usual – I was in Ireland this week both the Republic and the North and then the UK – travelling with Mr.”Cheap Suit” from Washington or Mr. “Costume Pas Cher” in French – actually it sounds better in French. He did dare me to say this in my weekly report – so I did. All prices in the US moved a little higher this week – corn prices were up by about USD 4 or 5 m/t, soybeans up by close.........please click PDF to see more details