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Australia grain prices to prove 'well supported' amid El Nino

Australian wheat futures, trading at a 30% premium to Chicago peers, are to stay elevated, Rabobank says, as dryness worries mount

Gasc buys wheat below $200 a tonne for first time in years
The grain authority for Egypt, the top wheat-importer, buys supplies at less than \$200 a tonne including freight, amid a spate of Russian offers
IGC lifts to 'comfortable' level world grain stocks forecast
The council raises hopes for world grain supplies, citing stronger corn and wheat harvest prospects. Soybean output will fall, but not by much
UK, Polish crops in 'excellent condition', says Origin
Origin Enterprises underlines prospects for crops in the EU's third- and fourth-ranked wheat growing states, but notes a drop in Ukraine sowings
Disease talk dogs resilient US wheat condition rating
US winter wheat holds its overall condition despite floods. Can it stay there? Meanwhile, investors shrug off a lower-than-forecast corn rating
Key grain forecasts 'may prove less bearish than thought'
US estimates of the global grain market appear to underestimate demand, especially for wheat and rice, ANZ says
France leads upgrades to EU wheat yield hopes
Official European crop watchers say French grain yields will be "close to record levels" this year, and are upbeat over Ukrainian crops too
Hedge funds still gloomy on ags, despite deep cut to wheat shorts
Hedge funds extended their nets short in ags, even as they made their biggest bullish shift in wheat since 2013. Will more short-covering follow?
UK wheat stocks to end season near record high
Despite the prospect of a supply downgrade, UK wheat stocks still look to be some of the highest on record
Rabo cuts wheat price hopes, even as futures rise
Rabobank cuts wheat price hopes, warning investors against overplaying the US wetness theme. It is cautious on sugar too, and flags a coffee "war"
Russian wheat sowings lag - in contrast to rapid corn pace
Russia's farmers are proving unusually slow at planting wheat, but rapid in sowing corn. Will this be reflected in harvest fortunes?
El Nino could hit Aussie livestock sector more than grains
Grain growers might at least see higher prices if El Nino-inspired drought strikes, CBA says, while foreseeing weaker profits for livestock producers
Ensus ethanol plant set to remain mothballed
CropEnergies says a "sustained improvement" in Europe's ethanol market is needed to reopen the Ensus site. And such conditions do not look likely
Can cattle help beleaguered wheat bulls?

Low grain prices appear to be persuading an unusually large number of southern US farmers to ditch hopes of ever harvesting their winter wheat

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