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22 Sep 2020 - CFO Exclusive
The relatively cheaper RMB quotes could gear up off-take ….
21 Sep 2020 - Hammersmith
A strong move higher at the end of the week resulted in most everything being higher. Soybeans and soymeal were the biggest movers with soybeans up by USD 18 to 20 m/t and soymeal up by close to USD 20 m/t. Corn was not quite as strong but still was able to move up by about USD 5 m/t.........please click PDF to see more details
15 Sep 2020 - CFO Exclusive
RMB keeps appreciating to make imported fishmeal much cheaper….
14 Sep 2020 - Hammersmith
Here we are with USDA WASDE week and, even though most experts said that it was a neutral report, market prices had quite a strong reaction. By the time that all was said and done on Friday we had old crop corn up by USD 7 or 8 m/t but only up be about USD 4 m/t for new crop.......please click PDF to see more details.
09 Sep 2020 - CFO Exclusive
To reduce landed costs to boost economic activity is essential…
08 Sep 2020 - Hammersmith
This weekend is a long holiday weekend in the US with markets closed on Monday for Labor Day. Labor Day is seen as the end of the summer in the US and Canada and the time for all children and young people to head back to school. And for most women, Labor Day is day that is end of wearing white summer slacks........please click PDF to see more details
01 Sep 2020 - CFO Exclusive
The reducing tariff resulted from appreciating RMB could move…..
31 Aug 2020 - Hammersmith
Aha, a week of positive prices with everything making a move higher. Corn prices were up by USD 6 to 8 m/t, soybeans up by USD 16 to 19 m/t, soymeal up by USD 12 to 14 m/t. Even most wheat prices were able to move higher by about USD 6 m/t. Certainly an up week........please click PDF to see more details
25 Aug 2020 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend gets closer to bottom while currency keeps moderate…
24 Aug 2020 - Hammersmith
Price activity was a little bit quieter this week with most excitement seen in the US wheat markets. The weeks price changes in corn, soybeans and soymeal were mostly insignificant while US winter wheat raced higher by about USD 10 m/t and spring wheat followed closely behind at about USD 7 m/t higher........please click PDF to see more details