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Is it time to rethink US soybean crush forecasts?

Strong US soybean crushing last month, and now some good exports sales data, may require a rethink of US domestic demand

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One week on - what ag sector thinks of Trump's election
We revisit experts to ask them what the recent turn of events since the US presidential election mean to agriculture
Weather agencies say La Nina is here, Olam says otherwise
Several weather agencies are saying the La Nina is here, which is good news for some companies, but is worrying others
What does the election mean for macro-markets?
Fears of a dollar sell-off may be overblown, but the threat of a trade spat with China is very real
Trump's victory - what will it bring for farming and investors?
Leading commentators give their views on what Donald Trump's victory in US presidential elections means for farming and financial markets
What Donald Trump's election victory means for agriculture
After Mr Trump's election win, Agrimoney.com has two tips for farmers - who should hope he does not live up to pre-election rhetoric
Dangote sees agriculture as having biggest growth potential
The Nigerian giant, while operating in sectors from cement to gas, flags the importance of agriculture, in which it is growing its landbank
Agrimoney launches in-depth report on Chinese ag
"China 2017" looks at the shake-up of China's agricultural policies - and the consequences of these reforms for the rest of the world
Brazil's farmers keep faith with safrinha corn, despite dismal harvest
High prices are expected to see Brazil's farmers maintain their sowings of the key safrinha corn crop, even after a drought-hurt harvest
What will Brexit really mean for UK farming?
After all, as the AHDB says, the current "honeymoon period", when a falling pound has supported local crop prices, won't last for ever...
Nigeria makes progress in releasing 'untapped potential' in palm oil
Top palm oil producers in the African country are on course to meet targets for output growth, thanks to a bit of help from forex controls
Historians, forecasters battle over prospects for South Africa ag revival
The discount of new crop white maize futures to old crop halves in a week, amid fears for dryness persisting. But history suggests rains will come
South America's farm operators lure another top investor
Can farm groups' shares end their underperformance? Ruane, Cunniff and Goldfarb, which has brought into BrasilAgro, will hope so
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Cocktail of concerns dogs start to Brazil's soy sowing season

Brazilian soybean sowings look poised to grow at their slowest pace in a decade - with farmers facing dryness and seed worries too

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