28 Feb 2021

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E.g., 28/02/2021
E.g., 28/02/2021
07 Dec 2020 - Hammersmith
I guess that this week was a rally recovery week as everything moved lower – corn prices in the US dropped by USD 5 to 7 m/t, soybeans were down by at least USD 10 m/t and soymeal by USD 12 or so m/t. Even wheat prices moved lower with US winter wheat down by USD 8 to 11 m/t and spring wheat down by about USD 7 m/t. .........please click PDF to see more details
01 Dec 2020 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend would keep flat when Q4 shows slow….
30 Nov 2020 - Hammersmith
This was a very short work week in the US with some companies only working three days and those that did work tended to be on short staff. Most markets were quite thin as no one wanted to do anything before the holiday and are holding fire on any new business until next week when everyone is back to work. Even with the short week and the reduced activity, grain/oilseed markets all moved a little higher on the week. Corn prices were up by about USD 3 m/t,......please click PDF to see more details
24 Nov 2020 - CFO Exclusive
Going up stockpiles, ideal fishing and currency issue may reduce cash…
23 Nov 2020 - Hammersmith
The coming week is a short work week in the USA due to the US Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday which some companies will continue into Friday. Looking back at this week, it was a up week for everything but wheat: corn was up by USD 3 or 4 m/t, ....... please click PDF to see more details
17 Nov 2020 - CFO Exclusive
RMB hits its strongest level against USD since 6/2018 to by the way reduce…
16 Nov 2020 - Hammersmith
This was another week of most everything being higher in price --- only US wheat moved a little lower. Soybeans again were the strongest in the market with prices up by about USD 16 m/t while soymeal moved anywhere from USD 6 to 12 m/t higher. Corn prices didn’t really do anything too exciting this week and were only up by a maximum of about USD 3 m/t. Wheat prices were a little lower with prices down between USD 1 and 3 m/t........please click PDF to see more details
10 Nov 2020 - CFO Exclusive
Winter off season cannot support cash trend under such quota….
09 Nov 2020 - Hammersmith
The drop that we saw in grain prices last week ended up being just a one week price correction as the march to higher prices continue this week. Soybeans were the strongest item this week moving up by about USD 16 m/t with soymeal up by as much as USD 15 for early 2021 positions. Corn prices only moved up by USD 4 or 5 m/t with most US wheat prices moving up by close to USD 5 m/t......please click PDF to see more details
03 Nov 2020 - CFO Exclusive
The coming up fishing quota would soon determine how RMB….

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