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Fonterra holds milk payout, amid doubts over market rebound

The co-operative holds at an eight-year low its forecast milk price paid to farmers, amid doubts over the sustainability of a recovery in world values

Arla ditches profits forecasting, citing dairy volatility
The Danish-based giant ditches profits forecasts thank to the "unpredictable" dairy markets. Still, Australia's Bega Cheese sees a stable outlook
Whole milk powder price extends 2015 rally to 43%
Dairy prices soar again at GlobalDairyTrade, as whole milk powder jumps back above \$3,000 a tonne. But are the gains sustainable?
Ingredients for dairy price revival starting to fall into place
There are "signs" of some Chinese buyers returning to the market, while milk production prospects are tailing off, Dairy Australia says
Toiling Dean Foods flags 'volatile' US dairy market
The dairy giant unveils lower-than-expected profits, and warns that a tumble in US prices has not yet put paid to a drop in consumer volumes
UN flags benign start to 2015 for corn, wheat crops
The UN FAO, revealing a drop in food prices to a four-year low, flags "propitious" weather for winter wheat. But rice growers have seen setbacks
Milk powder prices jump, taking 2015 gains to 26%
Dairy prices rise at GlobalDairyTrade at their fastest pace in nearly two years, led by a surge in whole milk powder values. Will the rally last?
Synlait urges caution on ideas of dairy price rebound
Prices of whole milk powder will rise, but not as fast as Fonterra foresees, says rival Synlait, highlighting a surge in China's milk output
Fonterra cuts milk volume hopes for dry NZ, again
Fonterra, for a second time, downgrades expectations for milk collections in New Zealand - meaning weaker volumes at its GlobalDairyTrade auctions
US milk prices to stay 'significantly' lower in 2015
The National Milk Producers Federation highlights the dent to values from a reversal of last year's "tight" market conditions
Dairy downturn takes toll on New Zealand land prices
New Zealand's dairy farm market put in a weak finish to 2014 amid weakening milk price prospects, and with dryness fears growing too
Dairy prices rise again, amid New Zealand dryness fears
Prices rise at GlobalDairyTrade for a third successive event, led by the biggest gain in whole milk powder values since July 2013
Dairy Crest loses one-third of Morrisons milk contract
Dairy Crest's dairies business, which is being sold to Theo Müller, loses part of a grocery supply deal, amid a supermarket milk price war
Dairy prices - will 2015 prove as downbeat as 2014?

Dairy prices near-halved last year as Chinese and Russian buyers stepped back, while producers kept output high. Will those dynamics reverse in 2015?

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