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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
18 Aug 2020 - CFO Exclusive
Both the weakening breeding scale and FM off-take cannot support high-rise….
17 Aug 2020 - Hammersmith
We had an nicely higher week for almost all grains/oilseeds/meals this week --- corn prices moved higher by about USD 7 m/t with soybeans up by close to USD 12 m/t and soymeal moving higher by at least USD 11 m/t. US wheat did not have as string week but was able to move higher by USD 3 or 4 m/t........please click PDF to see more details
12 Aug 2020 - Hammersmith
It was a down week for most US grain/oilseed prices this week: corn was down by about USD 3 m/t, soybeans down by almost USD 10 m/t, soymeal down by USD 9 to 10 m/t. Even wheat had a down week with winter wheat prices down by USD 10 to 14 m/t and spring wheat down by about USD 7 m/t.......please click PDF to see more details
11 Aug 2020 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash trend down by currency appreciating, weak fishmeal off-take…..
04 Aug 2020 - CFO Exclusive
The weakening breeding cannot meet up with the increasing stockpiles …..
03 Aug 2020 - Hammersmith
It was a week for lower prices --- not a great deal lower, just a little. US corn was down by USD 3 to 5 m/t -- soybeans lower by just about the same -- soymeal slipped by a couple of dollars – winter wheat prices were down by USD 3 m/t while spring wheat prices were unchanged..........please click PDF to see more details