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Brazil corn shortfall 'could leave exporters in a bind'

The IGC cuts its forecasts for Brazil's dryness-hit corn harvest, amid reports of supplies so short that chickens are "dying of starvation"

Argentine corn harvest slowest in years - as farmers focus on soy
The Argentine corn harvest becomes by far the slowest in recent history, as growers focus on reaping soybeans, in the face of soaring world prices
IGC ups ideas of record 2016-17 grain stocks
The IGC dashed hopes of a wheat market deficit in 2016-17, with world cereal production forecast at its second highest level on record
Brazil wheat prices hit two-year high, amid scramble for feed
Brazilian wheat prices are soaring, lifted by a knock-on effect of a squeeze on corn supplies, and contrasting with flat global markets
Rabobank cautious over revivals in grain, coffee, sugar prices
The bank lifts price forecasts for many ags - but to below levels that investors are factoring in. Cotton offers rare hope for bulls
'About 80%' of Ukraine soy grown - illegally - from GM seed
US officials claim that most Ukrainian soybeans, and some corn, are grown from genetically modified seed, which is prohibited in the country
Hedge funds' spree of bullish ag bets spurs fears of sell-off
... particularly in sugar, in which speculators have raised their net long to a record high. Funds already appear wrong-footed in hogs, cattle
Argentine wheat sowings to hit nine-year high
... officials say, flagging the boost to prospects from government ag reforms. Still, the soybean crop gets a, somewhat disguised, downgrade
Strategie Grains raises EU wheat production outlook
French-based consultancy firm, Strategie Grain, today raised their projections for the 2016 European Union wheat production.
'Positive' outlook for Russia oilseed prices - but grain values 'low'
Strong harvest hopes are hurting forward grain prices - although a scramble by traders is giving short-term values a lift, Black Earth Farming says
Grain trader Andersons rebuffs hostile $1bn bid
The US-based agribusiness terms "not credible" an approach from HC2, an investment vehicle run by former hedge fund manager Philip Falcone
SABMiller brews weaker profit
SABMiller, the £68 billion brewing and beverage company, released its full year results for the twelve months to 31 March 2016 this morning.
Wilmar's quarterly profit rises despite market volatility
Asia's largest integrated agribusiness, Wilmar International, reported first quarter earnings earlier on Tuesday this week.
Corn futures - will their, relative, resilience last in 2016?

Corn futures have fallen this year - but by less than soy or wheat. Can this performance last? Or will it fuel raised output, and price pressure?

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