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20 Apr 2021 - CFO Exclusive
The going up stockpiles at ports may reduce RMB till earlier….
19 Apr 2021 - Hammersmith
We had another up week for prices for grains and oilseeds this week ---corn prices were up by about USD 4 m/t, but new crop US corn is still at a USD 20 to 25 m/t discount to old crop. Soybeans were up by USD 11 m/t for nearby shipment with new crop US soybeans at about a USD 40 m/t discount to old crop. US winter wheat prices rallied by USD 5 to 8 m/t and spring wheat moved higher by about USD 4 m/t........please click PDF to see more details
13 Apr 2021 - CFO Exclusive
Slow moving off-take already makes inventory up but soon approach….
12 Apr 2021 - Hammersmith
So, Friday was USDA-WASDE day – the day that we all look towards to set market tone and direction for the next few weeks. Most experts say that this month’s report had little long-term effect on prices as much of what was new was not really new – like Brazil crop size. .....please click PDF to see more details
07 Apr 2021 - Hammersmith
It is a holiday weekend in the US and most of the Christian world due to Easter holidays --- some countries, like the USA, were closed on Friday while others, like France, are closed on Monday. Looking at the way the prices ended on Thursday before the US holiday it isn’t possible to see how much up and down there was in prices during the week --- it was sure exciting.......please click PDF to see more details
07 Apr 2021 - CFO Exclusive
The going up fishmeal off-take cannot resist the expanded arrival of …
30 Mar 2021 - CFO Exclusive
The accumulating up fishmeal stockpiles would further weaken….
29 Mar 2021 - Hammersmith
This week was another week of lower prices for almost everything – soybeans dropped by about USD 5 m/t, corn was down by just USD 2 m/t with winter wheat down by USD 5 to 7 m/t and spring wheat down by USD 4 m/t........please click PDF to see more details
23 Mar 2021 - CFO Exclusive
Fishmeal inventory at ports are under expansion to ease RMB cash till …
22 Mar 2021 - Hammersmith
US corn, soybeans and soymeal had a strong finish to the week that turned a down week into an up week. However, US wheat was stuck with a down week. US soybeans rallied about USD 9 m/t of Friday after a lower week and finished off almost unchanged on the week, but soymeal did finish off higher by almost USD 8 m/t. After a USD 7 m/t rally on Friday, corn prices ended the week about USD 5 m/t higher. US winter wheat was the loser on the week dropping between USD 5 and 7 m/t.......please click PDF to see more details