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Sugar futures fall, as Brazilian harvest makes a record start

Sugar futures fell as cane crushers in Brazil's Centre South reported a huge start to the season, and issued their first full season forecast

Soybean price outlook remains bearish, Rabobank warns
Despite the short-term rally, Rabobank remains bearish on soybean prices, as it forecasts US stocks to grow
Mars boosts EU wheat and rapeseed crop prospects
Prospects for winter sown crops have lifted, thanks to favourable weather in the bloc's top wheat growers
Supply fears lifts EU sugar market
Slumping production, and lower-than-expected imports, are driving up EU sugar prices, Commerzbank said
Hedge funds buy grains at fastest rate in six years
There was rapid buying by managed money in the grain complex last week, with hedge funds the most bullish on soybeans for two-years
Cocoa price hits 2016 high, as Asian grind rises
Asian cocoa processing was stronger than expected this year, as cocoa futures extend their recent rally
Canadian wheat sowings to beat forecasts. But canola acres to drop
A fall in Canada's spring wheat area will be offset in part by durum and winter wheat acres. Canola sowings will, unexpectedly, fall, StatsCan says
ICO flags support to robusta prices from Brazil, Vietnam dryness
"Potential supply concerns are mounting" in coffee, particularly for robusta beans, the ICO says, amid setbacks in major growing areas
Soaring Brazil sugar exports to 'partly offset' global deficit
Brazilian sugar exports will jump 7% this season, US officials said, as production booms and consumption stays stagnant
Palm prices to continue to find support from Asian dryness
... but competition with rival vegetable oils will curtail price gains, says plantations group Sipef, as it nudges higher its profits hopes
Flooding dampens hopes for Uruguay ag inputs market
Inundations, which forced PGG Wrightson to evacuate a seeds factory, could dent farm incomes and sales of farm inputs, the group's owner warns
Egyptian soybean imports to soar, as processors pick up pace
The Egyptian soybean crush is set to jump 27% next year, and more capacity is on its way thanks to a couple of big processing investments
Ukraine wheat export boom lifts Kernel volumes to record top
Kernel successfully boosts export capacity, as analysts upgrade Ukrainian wheat prospects despite bad start to the season
Argentine farmers find it tricky to kick their silo bag habit

The temporary storage sacks look like staying popular, despite reforms which were supposed to have cut enthusiasm for hoarding crops

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