22 Nov 2017

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E.g., 22/11/2017
E.g., 22/11/2017
03 Aug 2017 - Hammersmith
It was a down week for grain prices this week – everything was down a little: corn prices were down by about USD 2 m/t, soybeans were down by USD 3 m/t, soymeal down by USD 8 m/t and even soft winter wheat was down by USD 6 m/t and hard red winter down by about USD 5 m/t...........please click PDF to see more details
01 Aug 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese fishmeal users remain thought 85% of achievement is still good to cover…
25 Jul 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese fishmeal importers would gain up cash trend if there’s showing less anchovy fishing….
24 Jul 2017 - Hammersmith
Perhaps a little quieter in the grain/oilseed markets this week, although not all would agree. The week ended on a down day for prices but still for corn, soybeans and soymeal we had an up week in the market. Corn was only up a couple of dollars on the week while soybeans were up USD 7 or 8 m/t and soymeal up USD 6 m/t or so.............please click PDF to see more details
18 Jul 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese fishmeal importers need to stare at the annual lowest breeding size of China live pig in June…
11 Jul 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Fishmeal stockpiles at China ports would be climbing up soon to become a fact in summer to reduce…
10 Jul 2017 - hammersmith
Well, that was quite an exciting week for prices – soybeans up by at least USD 20 m/t, soymeal up by 22 to 24 m/t and corn, not quite so strong, up by about USD 5 m/t. The rally in spring wheat prices slowed to a crawl but winter wheat was up by USD 5 or 6 m/t...........please click PDF to see more details
04 Jul 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese keeps growing up soybean cargoes by 25.1% from total volume of May of 2016…
03 Jul 2017 - hammersmith
This week's report may be a little shorter than usual as I have travelling all week – Geneva and Rome – so have not had the time to keep up with everything. So, how was that for the week!!! Corn process up by USD 6 to 7 m/t, soybeans up by USD 14 to 15 m/t, soymeal up by USD 11 to 12 m/t and then there was wheat with winter wheat being up by USD 17 to 18 m/t while the concerns for spring wheat pushed prices up by USD 35 to 37 m/t..........................please click PDF to see more details
27 Jun 2017 - CFO Exclusive
There’re certain volume of China SBM goes to the applications in aquatic breeding and dairy farming…

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