26 Jul 2021

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E.g., 26/07/2021
E.g., 26/07/2021
26 Jul 2021 - Hammersmith
It was bound to happen – we had the first down week in a while – up can’t go on forever. Friday was the lowest of the week with most everything tumbling a little. On the week, corn prices were down by about USD 4 m/t, soybeans down by USD 19 m/t, soymeal down by about USD 11 m/t,.....please click PDF to see more details
21 Jul 2021 - Hammersmith
We certainly seem to be having a stream of up weeks for commodity prices --- this week finished off after the USDA reports with lots of strength --- but will that hold into next week after the USA holiday on Monday.......please click PDF to see more details.
21 Jul 2021 - Hammersmith
It was another week of lower prices for all US grains and oilseeds and we haven’t even seen the USDA WASDE report yet – not until July12. Perhaps the WASDE will shake things up even more........please click PDF to see more details
21 Jul 2021 - Hammersmith
So here we are just after a USDA-WASDE week --- corn prices moved close to USD 15 m/t higher, soybeans were up by almost USD 25 m/t, soymeal not up so much at only about USD 9 m/t higher. The very big gains this week were seen in US wheat with soft winter wheat up by USD 28 m/t, hard winter wheat up by USD 21 m/t but US spring wheat up by a whopping USD 35 m/t......please click PDF to see more details.
20 Jul 2021 - CFO Exclusive
The reducing stockpiles at ports would support RMB cash trend in…
13 Jul 2021 - CFO Exclusive
The reducing stockpiles would support RMB cash trend….
06 Jul 2021 - CFO Exclusive
Summer aquatic keeps firm to gradually reduce stockpiles prior to…
30 Jun 2021 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend goes down while stockpiles at ports keep high……
28 Jun 2021 - Hammersmith
Down, down, down we go with another week of tumbling USA grain and oilseed prices ---- there is nothing like the summer months for exciting price action. This week we had new crop corn drop by about USD 18 m/t, soybeans down by almost USD 20 m/t, soymeal down by USD 25 m/t or so........please click PDF to see more details
22 Jun 2021 - CFO Exclusive
The ceiling is to be shown due to 30% of deduction in terms of cargo…

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