22 May 2018

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E.g., 22/06/2018
16 Apr 2018 - Hammersmith
The US grain and oilseed markets ended the week on a down note as improved weather in the US helped push prices down as did concern over the US/China trade problems. However, most experts seemed to be much more concerned with the rainfall than with Trump and China. Even with a weak Friday, soybean prices were still up by close to USD 8 m/t on the week........please click PDF to see more details
09 Apr 2018 - Hammersmith
The trade situation with China was the main point of interest for grain and oilseed people this week and soybeans slipped lower on China concerns. Trade fights aside, soybeans had a very good export week and it will be interesting to see if the export volume continues. Soybean prices in the US were down about USD 4 m/t on the week with soymeal prices down by about the same amount. Argentina’s soybean production estimates were lowered again this week...........please click PDF to see more details
09 Apr 2018 - CFO Exclusive
Peru’s bigger-than-usual anchovy quota announced, soon to reduce RMB cash bid….
03 Apr 2018 - Hammersmith
As was to be expected the USDA Quarterly Stocks and Planting Intentions report was the excitement of the week. Reported stocks in the report were above what the trade had expected for both corn and soybeans and close to expectations for wheat – both corn and soybean stock levels were higher than March 2017 with soybean stocks much higher. Certainly bearish stocks for corn and soybeans...........please click PDF to see more details
03 Apr 2018 - CFO Exclusive
China may gain up baby pig population to reduce impact brought by trade conflicts with ….
26 Mar 2018 - CFO Exclusive
China raises environmental issues where execute fishing ban since May 1st enables to boost aquatic …
26 Mar 2018 - Hammersmith
Ah, it is all in the rainfall isn’t it! Or, if it is not rainfall, it is the reaction to US trade restrictions. The US had some quite good rainfall this week which was good for thirsty wheat and in advance for corn and soybeans – nothing like building the ground moisture level to help he next crop.........please click PDF to see more details
19 Mar 2018 - Hammersmith
Another interesting week with corn prices slipping lower by about USD 3 to 5 m/t while soybeans were up by about the same amount, but wheat prices took a very nice dip with prices for winter wheat dropping by about USD 7 to 10 m/t. Soybeans were the commodity of interest in all the news stories this week with the revised Argentina soybean crop down by another 6.5 million m/t – about 15% - and overall crop yield down by 12%, all due to the lack of moisture in much of Argentina........please click PDF to see more details
19 Mar 2018 - CFO Exclusive
China gets ready to implement fishing ban along Zhejiang costal area since …
13 Mar 2018 - CFO Exclusive
The prospective growth of Peru’s fishery in 2018 may perform favorably fishing with its …