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Kernel's grain exports soar despite Ukraine crisis

The Ukraine agribusiness unveils jumps in both grain sales and exports, saying it has been "business as normal" despite the country's political crisis

Talk of HFCS replacing sugar in EU 'far from true'
US officials dismiss ideas of European sugar reforms sparking a boom in demand for isoglucose, the equivalent of America's high fructose corn syrup
Evening markets: coffee, wheat sidestep ag market weakness
Coffee soars, albeit in lowish trading volumes, lifted by chart factors and some signs of roaster buying. Demand ideas help wheat too. But soy drops
Hopes ease for EU wheat crop, but rise for exports
Strategie Grains trims its forecast for this year's EU wheat harvest, amid an uptick in unease over weather. But exports will stay strong in 2014-15
Dairy enters bear market - but too late for Danone
Danone unveils a hit to sales from a decision to pass on raised milk costs, even as dairy values at GlobalDairyTrade take their "correction" above 20%
'Incredibly high' NZ land prices divert Aquila to Australia
The alternative asset manager says Australia's dairy sector "offers the best risk-adjusted returns in global agriculture"
Astarta upbeat on Ukraine despite 'near-term' woes
The head of the dairy-to-sugar giant foresees a "substantially improved" business climate ahead in Ukraine, despite the current tensions
EU to join Brazil as key driver of sugar prices
Europe's revised sugar regime will give it a huge range of potential output prospects - making it a swing factor matched only by Centre South Brazil
UK wheat imports drop, led by trade from Germany
UK wheat imports fall to a 20-month low, with the drop in purchases from Germany, a source of hard wheat, particularly strong. Corn imports dip too
Current cotton prices 'unsustainable', ANZ warns
The bank recommends a "sell" bet on new crop cotton futures, cautioning over weak signals from cash and artificial fibre markets
Weather woes delay corn sowings, hurt wheat again
US farmers are already behind on corn sowings by an area the size of Jamaica, thanks to weather setbacks which have also damaged wheat crops further
Record rise in Canada land prices heralds slowdown
Canadian farmland prices rose at their fastest since at least 1985 last year. But weaker growth lies ahead, Farm Credit Canada says
Goldman upgrades coffee price hopes - a bit
The bank, noting Brazilian drought, raises its forecast for coffee prices, but to levels below the futures curve, citing large carryover inventories
Brazil coffee fears 'for real' - and a threat to 2015 too

Coffee expert Carlos Brando, an adviser to the World Bank, says that hot and dry weather in Brazil could hurt output both this year and next

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