Deere staves off worst of ag equipment downturn

Shares in the make of John Deere machinery rise after it unveils upbeat profits data. Still, it warns the market decline has further to go

KWS restates Brazil expansion plans, despite real setback
The seed group, trimming hopes for full-year margins, blames weakness in emerging market currencies for a worsened performance
Uralkali to exit London Stock Exchange, teases Moscow delisting
The Russian fertilizer giant will delist in London, and a new tranche of share buybacks could leave it a privately owned company
Ekotechnika unveils losses, as stockmarket flotation looms
The owner of Russia's top dealer in foreign-branded ag machinery, notably Deere, flags the need for farmer financing "at sensible terms"
Caution over 2016 tempers cheer over Suedzucker upgrade
Shares in Suedzucker fall back from a 19-month high as a warning over ethanol prices next year undermines the welcome for a profits upgrade
World potash demand to drop at least 10% this year, says SQM
The Chilean group takes a more gloomy view of the potash market than peers such as Mosaic and PotashCorp, as it unveils below-forecast profits
Monsanto still eyeing Syngenta. Bayer plays hard to get
With merger talk remaining rife in the agrichemical sector, Monsanto is still seeking to be a "leading consolidator"
Elders flags 'profound' revival - but 'mixed' outlook hurts shares
A rally in the feedlot-to-wool group's shares stalls after it tempers its best results in eight years by foreseeing some causes for caution
Fonterra foresees dairy price revival ahead
... but milk futures fall nonetheless, supporting expectations of a weak GlobalDairyTrade dairy auction on Tuesday
Coffee best bet in ags, cocoa rally has further to go
... says Sunny Verghese, head of ag trader Olam International, who is also downbeat on Indonesian and Malaysian palm oil output prospects
Black Earth flags quality query over bumper Russia wheat crop
Russia's wheat harvest, while strong on quantity, is under par on protein, the farm operator says, unveiling results which hurt its shares
Rising price, cane ideas spur Brazilian sugar hedging
Producers are advancing forward sugar sales, encouraged by higher prices and hopes for increased cane harvests, Raizen and Sao Martinho data show
'Dramatic' sugar price rise spurs hope of Noble Agri revival
The agricultural trading house, backed by Noble Group and China's Cofco, looks poised for recovery, after suffering widening losses
Marzipan is mightier than Merlot for land investors

... at least, to go by Gladstone Land, which is paying \$19m for vineyards, only to see them ripped out and replanted with almonds, at a cost of \$8m

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