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Rapeseed stocks to slump, says IGC, citing Canadian woes

Global rapeseed inventories will tumble by 26%, the IGC says, noting weather threats to the crop in Canada, where CWB notes dryness and frost damage

Cotton prices rise on fast US exports, slow sowings
Cotton futures take their gains in two sessions nearly to 6%, after the US unveils strong exports, at a time when rains are hampering plantings
ICCO flags Ghana fears as it slashes output hopes
The International Cocoa Organisation cuts its forecast for Ghana's cocoa output by more than 100,000 tonnes, and raises fears over recovery prospects
Australia grain prices to prove 'well supported' amid El Nino
Australian wheat futures, trading at a 30% premium to Chicago peers, are to stay elevated, Rabobank says, as dryness worries mount
Palm oil price to rise, says VSA, flagging production doubts
The broker foresees Indonesian and Malaysian output falling short of official forecasts, even before factoring in the El Nino threat
Gasc buys wheat below $200 a tonne for first time in years
The grain authority for Egypt, the top wheat-importer, buys supplies at less than \$200 a tonne including freight, amid a spate of Russian offers
IGC lifts to 'comfortable' level world grain stocks forecast
The council raises hopes for world grain supplies, citing stronger corn and wheat harvest prospects. Soybean output will fall, but not by much
Sanderson flags timely US chicken demand upswing
The poultry giant says that, after seven years, demand from caterers and restaurants is improving - just as bird flu is undermining US exports
Fonterra warns of 'oversupply' threat to dairy price revival
The dairy giant - cutting its estimate for milk payouts this season, and unveiling a 2015-16 forecast termed "grim" - flags strong global milk output
US land values 'particularly vulnerable to crop prices'
US farmland values are underperforming those in the UK, and there may be more to that than chance, analysis by Savills shows
UK, Polish crops in 'excellent condition', says Origin
Origin Enterprises underlines prospects for crops in the EU's third- and fourth-ranked wheat growing states, but notes a drop in Ukraine sowings
Disease talk dogs resilient US wheat condition rating
US winter wheat holds its overall condition despite floods. Can it stay there? Meanwhile, investors shrug off a lower-than-forecast corn rating
Key grain forecasts 'may prove less bearish than thought'
US estimates of the global grain market appear to underestimate demand, especially for wheat and rice, ANZ says
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