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US officials cut Aussie wheat hopes, but stand by export forecasts

USDA staff in Canberra downgrade their forecast for Australia's drought-hit wheat crop. But they stand by export expectations nonetheless

Argentine grain output prospects receive double boost
Officials forecast a further rise in Argentine corn sowings, amid ideas of favourable returns, and lift their estimate for wheat area too
Brokers stay upbeat on coffee, corn, sugar prices, despite ag malaise
Analysts have cut price forecasts for a range of crops, even while hopes grow for energy and metals values, FocusEconomics research shows
Hedge fund dynamics mean 'feeder cattle prices to underperform'
... says SocGen, while seeing potential for short-covering bounces in coffee, sugar prices. After all, commodities as a whole are in vogue
Soy futures jump on surprise US yield cut. Corn gains too
The US makes an unexpected downgrade to its estimate for its soybean yield. Prices rise, helping corn bounce from contract lows
EU grain sowings to rise for 2018, after three-year decline
Strategie Grains, in its first forecast for next year's harvest, sees a modest rise in area. But not all grains will benefit
Australia cautions of downgrade ahead to drought-hit grain crops
Abares says "many" crops in New South Wales will be abandoned. But fresh output guidance looks higher than that some others have forecast
French wheat exports within EU to hit 11-year high
FranceAgriMer raises its forecast for French wheat exports in 2017-18, after a strong start for shipments to other European countries
World grain markets have 'receipe for strong volatility'
AHDB analyst Jack Watts likens "passive risks" in the grains sector to those in the banking sector ahead of the world economic crisis
France hikes sugar beet hopes, upgrading corn, wheat, rapeseed crops too
A series of weather challenges, most lately a late-August heatwave, appear not to have caused as much damage as some observers feared
Hedge funds return to net short on ags - led by coffee, soyoil, sugar selling
Hedge funds return to a bearish stance on ags. Still, the negative shift is focused on a few contracts - soyoil suffers a record selldown
AgroGeneration adds to cautions on Russia, Ukraine autumn crops
The Ukraine farm operator flags a test to its autumn-harvested crops from "drought conditions", which have raised broader market concerns
UK wheat harvest beats forecasts, easing ideas of supply squeeze
Farm officials peg the UK crop above market expectations. However, farmer withholding limits damage to futures prices
'Dramatic' turn wetter in Australia's weather boosts sorghum prospects

Rains may be too late to save Australia's wheat crop from a 10-year low. But sorghum output may double, a relief to livestock and alcohol producers

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