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Russia's 2015 wheat crop 'may fall more than15%'

SovEcon deepens concerns over Russia's grain prospects for next year, warning of a threat from the weak rouble, besides from dryness and cold

Russian grains in 'even worse' condition than 2009
Dryness has left Russian grains crop in poor health as freezing temperatures arrive, boding ill for output and exports next season, SovEcon says
Egypt wheat order highlights wheat price recovery
The country's Gasc grain authority, at its third wheat tender this month, pays more than \$250 a tonne, reflecting rises in a number of origins
Strong Russia, Ukraine grain exports boost Kernel
The sunflowers-to-silos group sees a large rise in grain export volumes this season. But its farming division will fall short of initial expectations
US corn, soy harvest pace to accelerate - at last
Drier weather will allow a pick-up in the pace of corn and soybean harvesting this week - with potential implications for prices, and wheat sowings
Durum premium to quadruple, say Canada officials
Canadian farm officials lift their forecast for durum prices, citing a drop in world stocks to a 15-year low, but cut the outlook for wheat values
Extent of hedge fund short-closing in ags revealed
Hedge funds raise bullish positioning on ags by more than 50,000 contracts, led by short covering. Bullish positioning on coffee hits a six-year high
Corn a better bet than soybeans - Commerzbank
The bank cuts forecasts for a range of crops, buts its expectations for soybeans are particularly downbeat. Are rapeseed and cotton undervalued?
Wheat to avoid drop in EU sowings of major crops
EU farmers, facing revised subsidy rules, will cut seedings of barley, corn and rapeseed for the 2015 harvest. But wheat area will hold steady
UK stays net wheat importer, despite large harvest
The UK stayed a net wheat importer even as it was harvesting a huge crop - boding ill for avoiding big carryout stocks. But there are optimistic signs
Hard-soft divide opens in US winter wheat sowing
The above-average pace of US winter wheat planting reflects progress in the southern Plains. In the Midwest, rains and corn harvest delays are telling
UK chooses, relatively, good year for barley surge
A jump in UK barley supplies contrasts with falling world inventories, which is providing some support for prices, particularly of malting grain
Unrest, currency cloud Ukraine's 2015 crop hopes
Ukraine is "for sure" to miss out on a third successive year of rising grains output, UkrAgroConsult head Sergey Feofilov tells Agrimoney.com
Corn, soy prices near the bottom. Cotton, sugar to revive

Rabobank forecasts minimal further downside for corn and soybean futures, and believes investors are too gloomy on cotton and sugar

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