Russian wheat prices to fall and 'regain export competiveness'

Black Earth Farming flags ideas that farmers will not be able to hold out for ever for higher values, as it unveils a return to the red

Glencore eyes new ag acquisitions - potentially in the US
"We need to get bigger in the United States, it's a part of the business we miss," says Glencore chief executive Ivan Glasenberg
Urban sprawl drives up some, but not all, US farmland rent
Investors look for corn belt rents to decline, but in California spreading suburbs are squeezing out farmland, driving rents higher
Time running out for rains to revive Australia's cotton crop
Australia's cotton output could rise less than hoped, if "exceptionally hot and dry weather" cuts yields. But Namoi Cotton is upbeat
Cosan 'optimistic' on sugar prices, despite benign Brazilian weather
The cane processing giant, while revealing an acceleration in its forward hedging, says it is upbeat on price prospects or sugar - and ethanol
Wilmar profits soar, as ag prices rally
Higher palm oil and sugar prices support Wilmar revenues and profits, with opportunities in China setting a positive tone for 2017
Vomitoxin problem in DDGs to last 'for some time' - Andersons
The rail-to-fertilizer group flags the dent to its DDGs takings from fungal residues - even as prices of the feed ingredient are recovering
Deere & Co raises profit hopes, citing growing South American demand
The maker of John Deere tractors joins peers in flagging a boost to prospects from a revival in Brazilian and Argentine farmer spending
Idea of Mexico ditching imports of US corn, soy 'doesn't work' - Bunge
... at least on cost grounds, Bunge boss Soren Schroder says, while flagging the prospect of a wave of crop selling by South American farmers
Bunge sees bumper South American crop lifting profits
The agribusiness giant says a record harvest will support its processing margins, even as it reports better-than-expected results. Shares soar
Black Earth Farming unveils $200m sell-out to Russian buyer
One of the biggest foreign-controlled farm operators in the former Soviet Union is pulling out, after running up net losses of \$250m since 2005
Agco doubles down on South American equipment market
The maker of Massey Ferguson tractors tenders for Brazilian silo maker Kepler Weber, after issuing an upbeat outlook for the local market
Tate & Lyle downplays threat from US-Mexico tensions
The corn processor, in focus since President Trump's election, says a dent to margins from Mexican import levies would be "pretty manageable"
Russian farmland 'retains allure', despite Black Earth Farming exit

Western investors may have gone cold on Russia's farmland market, but there are plenty of other buyers, driving prices higher, says SovEcon

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