Biosev prolongs cane crush, to exploit high ethanol, sugar prices

The cane processing giant, revealing a return to the black, underlines the extension to Brazil's crushing season highlighted by industry data

Potash and phosphate prices to weaken further, says Mosaic
Prices for the crop nutrients will be down in the first three months of 2016, the US fertilizer producer says
Bunge shares plunge 18%, after it warns of market 'challenges'
Shares in the agribusiness giant hit their lowest since 2010 after it cautions over prospects for oilseed crushing and Brazil food operations
No end in sight for US ethanol downturn, says Tate & Lyle boss
Shares in the crop processor tumble after it warns that its commodities division will fall into the red, hurt by US ethanol market woes
Yara shares hit 13-month low, amid caution over Chinese urea
The fertilizer giant, unveiling results in line with expectations, takes a less sanguine view than rival Agrium over a fall in Chinese urea exports
North American demand to support plummeting urea market
Agrium sees falling Chinese urea exports helping prices, as shares fall on a weaker earnings outlook
ADM underlines importance of being wet - in corn milling
The US agribusiness giant buys a corn wet mill from Tate & Lyle, days after revealing it could sell its dry processing plants
ABF unveils plans for all-out purchase of Illovo Sugar
ABF proposes a bid for the 49% of Africa's biggest sugar producer that it does not already own. But investors target a higher valuation than \$575m
Tyson Foods lifts profit hopes, sending shares to record high
The meat giant lifts its full-year profit hopes to a level above market expectations, citing lower feed costs and cattle and hog prices
ChemChina deal could open doors in China, Syngenta boss says
Syngenta is now in an "ideal" position to capitalise on the growing Chinese agrichemical and seeds markets
Brazil's 'corrupt' government hurting business, says Agco boss
Martin Richenhagen, head of the maker of Fendt tractors, berates Brazil over slow payment of ag loans, and warns over Venezuela too
Syngenta agrees $43bn takeover by ChemChina
The ag sprays giant, which saw off an approach by Monsanto last year, agrees a Chinese bid worth, a little, more. But market reaction is cautious
Argentine farmers slow to sell 12m-tonne soy hoard - ADM
The ag trader's CEO terms "disappointing" Argentine growers' soy sales. He also reveals a strategic review of ADM's ethanol assets
'It's very, very hard to lose money on farmland'

... at least, according to Paul Pittman, the CEO of Farmland Partners, who explains why he is not concerned by the market's slowdown

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