08 Dec 2021

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E.g., 08/12/2021
20 Sep 2021 - Hammersmith
Harvest weather in the USA looks good for the next little while which should get the farmers really cranking out the crop. The markets ended the week a little lower as harvest pressure tried to push prices down. Cash prices in the USA for corn were a bit up and down with some areas seeing lower cash l.....please click PDF to see more details
14 Sep 2021 - CFO Exclusive
High fishmeal stockpiles would more or less deter cash trend in Q4…
13 Sep 2021 - Hammersmith
The USDA WASDE report was a bit of a non-even this week as grain/oilseed markets are still trying to deal with the aftermath of the “Ida” situation. It is reported that while some NOLA facilities are up and operating, none of them are at full capacity and there are still a couple of elevators that are flooded and not operating at all......please click PDF to see more details
07 Sep 2021 - CFO Exclusive
The growing up fishmeal off-take has shown holidays come up soon…
06 Sep 2021 - Hammersmith
Markets in the US are closed on Monday for the Labor Day holiday. Hurricane IDA did a good job of messing things up in the US Gulf and to a degree on the US East Coast. ......please click PDF to see more details
31 Aug 2021 - CFO Exclusive
Seasonal demand supports breeding and RMB cash trend through two…
30 Aug 2021 - Hammersmith
So, how did the week end – corn finished up by about USD 6 m/t, new crop soybeans up by USD 12 m/t, soymeal steady on the week. US winter wheat was up by USD 2 to 5 m/t as the harvest came to an end while spring wheat rallied by about USD 6 m/t. .......please click PDF to see more details.
24 Aug 2021 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend could be up by reducing stockpiles and overseas ….
23 Aug 2021 - Hammersmith
How is that for an exciting week in the US grain business – scary times for speculators in the grain futures business. Corn prices dropped by about USD 14 m/t, soybeans down by more than USD 25 m/t, soymeal not too bad as only down by USD 5 m/t, winter wheat down by at least USD 15 m/t and US spring wheat down by about USD 10 m/t.......please click PDF to see more details
17 Aug 2021 - CFO Exclusive
Relatively high stockpiles at ports is a risk to lower production with its….

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