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Expansion into palm oil's 'new frontier' snags on land muddles

"Several" palm groups, squeezed for space in Asia, are buying in Peru. But land mix-ups, underlined by a cocoa dispute, are marring progress

US farmland prices set course for third year of decline
US land values fall for a 34th successive month, amid growing worries over the dent to farm finances from crop price drops
Farmland Partners eyes more deals - even after American Farmland purchase
The US land investor heralds more purchases during the key autumn season, even after buying American Farmland to gain a "coast to coast" portfolio
Foreigners buy more Aussie land - but Chinese still small owners
Overseas investors hold an area of Australian land the size of Germany and Greece combined, initial data from an ownership register show
Weak crop prices continue to weigh on US farmland values
The Goss farmland index remains below growth neutral for the 33rd straight month
US land prices 'to extend decline into 2017'
The University of Illinois flags the pressure on land prices from falling rental income. But the rate of decline will depend on interest rates
Corn Belt farmland prices fall again, despite crop price firmness
The spring rally in corn and soy values was not echoed in land price gains, Ncreif data show, as Creighton sees falls continuing in July
English land values 'to stabilise' - after biggest fall in at least 12 years
Post-Brexit factors will steady land prices for now, after a notable fall, Knight Frank says. But longer-term prospects are "harder to judge"
Farmland Partners, Gladstone Land snap up Florida farms
Farmland Partners takes its US land portfolio to 113,000 acres, two days after peer Gladstone Land buys pepper- and bean-growing land
'Era of high ag prices quite likely over' - OECD, UN
Ag prices will over the next decade "stay below recent peaks", say the OECD and UN FAO. But dairy, ethanol and meal will outperform
US land price slump slows - helped by return to growth in Iowa values
US farmland prices, falling for a 31st successive month, are down 9.5% year on year - cutting nearly \$300bn from the value of the US portfolio
Farmland investment - think about getting out before you get in
It isn't just buying farmland that can present problems, but successfully selling out of the investment too, the Agrimoney Investment Forum hears
US land prices extend decline - but at slower pace
US farmland values are falling for a 30th successive month, a university study shows. Still, are there signs of hope in the key state of Iowa?
Brexit uncertainty offers opportunity for land investment

Fears the UK may leave the EU are hurting land prices. That could present buying opportunities, says Brooks Macdonald's Martin Robinson

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