19 Sep 2017

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E.g., 19/09/2017
03 Jan 2017 - Hammersmith
With all the holidays these days it is not easy to get up to date trade info --- of course, with everyone on holidays who cares about trade info. ​Most all US grain prices were up on the week: corn was up by about USD 2 m/t with soybeans up by about the same. Soymeal prices were up by about USD 5 m/t. Both soft and hard red winter wheat were up by about USD 5 m/t..........please see PDF to see more details
03 Jan 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese importers look down cash trend in RMB that may reduce to secure sales with its cash return…
27 Dec 2016 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese importers look for a leverage between weak currency of RMB and quota accomplishment of 2nd anchovy season…
20 Dec 2016 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese importers look up to cash trend if high incidence of juveniles disadvantages super prime’s quality…
19 Dec 2016 - Hammersmith
It didn’t seem like much of an exciting week in the grain and oilseed business in the US. As the week ended most of the prices, including futures, were at about the same level as the week before. Perhaps everyone was recovering from the USDA WASDE report last week......please click PDF to see more details
13 Dec 2016 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese importers keep speculation at high juveniles and cash trend moves up to RMB12,000/ton soon
12 Dec 2016 - Hammersmith
The big news this week was the latest USDA WASDE report – a report that changed little or nothing from the November report, at least as far as US supply and demand.
06 Dec 2016 - CFO Exclusive Report
Cash trend of China fishmeal has been moving upward with a moderately gaining up performance during the week. It has not only approached RMB11,800/ton while seasonal demand keeps on track, but also firmly located above RMB11,500/ton if RMB remains depreciation.
05 Dec 2016 - Hammersmith
It was quite a down week for grain prices this week with corn down by about USD 5 m/t in both cash and futures. Soybeans and soymeal had the most negative week with soybeans down by about USD 7 m/t while soymeal was down by about USD 10 m/t. Wheat was down on the week too with US hard red winter wheat down by about USD 8 m/t and soft red winter wheat down by about USD 6 m/t........please click PDF to see more details
29 Nov 2016 - CFO Exclusive
Cash trend of China fishmeal has been showing steady at RMB11,500/ton due to lunar holiday. Chinese lunar New Year is to be a short-term fact that pushes up breeding activity with its fishmeal demand and other related feeds consumption nationwide while there’s a measurably high season for those activities between December and mid January of 2017

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