SocGen forecasts sharp drop in soybean prices

The bank forecasts soybean prices down by a dollar a bushel, as heavy US yields outweigh bullish export demand

Brazil's agrichemicals downturn not over yet, says Bayer
The German group becomes the latest to underline the continuing weakness in Latin America's farm sprays markets. Still, seed sales fare better
Large Egypt wheat order highlights reviving grain - and freight - prices
Egypt's Gasc authority makes its biggest wheat purchase in nearly three years - but pays a little more for both the grain and for shipping it
DuPont CEO says merger with Dow on track
Ed Breen, the chief executive of DuPont, seeks to reassure investors that the planned $59bn merger is progressing and will complete in 2017.
Namoi Cotton backs ideas of jump in Australian cotton output
... but the surge will come too late to save the group, in which Louis Dreyfus has a 13% stake, from a second successive annual loss
Australia's richest woman inks UK potash mine deal...
...but Gina Rinehart faces competition in a takeover bid for Australian cattle giant Kidman
DuPont upbeat - despite seeing 'continued weakness' in ag prices
Agriculture may face tough times, but global demand "continues to climb", DuPont says. Still, a delay to its merger with Dow overhangs shares
Russian dairy herd hits all time low
The number of dairy cows in Russia is in long term decline, as investors shun the sector, leaving milk output at the lowest level on record
High hopes for Russia's wheat exports ease back
Weaker grain quality, and disruption to Egyptian imports, may mean Russia's wheat exports don't rise quite as far as had been thought
MP Evans shares soar to record high on hostile bid from KLK
Shares in the London-listed palm oil producer jump 45%, after sector giant Kuala Lumpur Kepong unveils a $440m bid
Syngenta shares bounce, a bit, on reassurance over $43bn takeover
Syngenta shares recover some ground lost in the last session after it flags "confidence" in its ChemChina tie-up, despite closer EU scrutiny
EU's rapeseed-harming dryness eases - in time to help grains
Dryness which got rapeseed crops in major EU growing countries off to a bad start is easing, just as winter grain seedlings need moisture
Feeder cattle prices rally on low US feedlot placements
Fewer animals being fattened up for slaughter, and seasonal buying before the holiday season, support cattle futures
Features and market reports
Agrimoney launches in-depth report on Chinese ag
"China 2017" looks at the shake-up of China's agricultural policies - and the consequences of these reforms for the rest of the world
Featured market report AM markets: ags make headway. Are funds in buying mode?
It is a question being mulled, with shares heading sideways, and upticking inflation pressures potentially boosting commodity appeal. Palm oil bounces
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