20 Jun 2018

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E.g., 20/06/2018
19 Jun 2018 - Hammersmith
There is nothing like some weakness in the market to get everyone excited and this week was certainly one for falling prices. Corn was down by about USD 6 m/t with soybeans down by USD 2- to 24 m/t, soymeal down by about USD 18 to 20 m/t, winter wheat and spring wheat both down by about USD 8 m/t --- everything was down. Other than the effect of the trade situation with the US and almost everyone, grain/oilseed markets moved lower on good US weather with decent rainfall in the forecast – there is nothing like some good weather during the growing season to help move prices lower.........please click PDF to see more details
19 Jun 2018 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash market would remain steady prior to receiving …..
11 Jun 2018 - Hammersmith
This week was another of those down weeks for corn and soybean, not so much for wheat. Corn prices dropped by about USD 5 m/t while soybeans were down by close to USD 20 m/t and soymeal dropped USD 15 to 17 m/t. Wheat was only down a tad on the week with winter wheat almost steady and but spring wheat dropping by around USD 4 m/t...........please click PDF to see more details
11 Jun 2018 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash bid has been remaining firm while anchovy fishing is about to ….
05 Jun 2018 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash market would be topping up certain landed cost soon due to…
04 Jun 2018 - Hammersmith
This was a short week in the US with Monday being a holiday. The shorter week didn’t stop prices from falling lower. The USDA crop progress report this week showed that corn planting is all up to average (just as we had expected) and that even winter wheat condition had improved a little...............please click PDF to see more details
29 May 2018 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash bid would be showing a quiet period and steady at …
28 May 2018 - Hammersmith
Monday is a holiday in the US so week ending prices do tend to do funny things in advance of a long weekend – no traders want to hold open positions for a three day weekend, just too much risk. ​Soybeans, soymeal and wheat were all strong this week as corn prices just followed along, ending the week up just a shade. Soybeans were up by about USD 16 m/t on the week while soymeal was up by about USD 8 m/t for later delivery. Winter wheat prices were up by USD 9-10 m/t with spring wheat up by USD 5-6 m/t.................please click PDF to see more details
22 May 2018 - CFO Exclusive
RMB cash bid could be firm at current range in a short term due to…
21 May 2018 - Hammersmith
Other than wheat prices there was not a great deal of change in US grain and oilseed prices this week. ​Corn prices were up a little on the week, probably due to continued dryness in Brazil and the concern over the corn crop. Some experts are cutting the estimates of the Brazil crop by 10% but there is so much corn around that this may not cause a serious price rally.............please click PDF to see more details