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IGC upbeat on US soy sowings, despite falling premium to corn

The International Grains Council issues an above-consensus forecast for US soybean plantings, but notes a reduced soy:corn price ratio

Legumex flags good Canada spring sowings prospects
The crop processor foresees a "decent planting season" in Canada, thanks to benign conditions, and a rise in north west US canola sowings
EU wheat output to fall, despite bumper French harvest
A rise in French wheat output to one of the best ever will not save the EU harvest from decline, says Coceral. Corn and rapeseed output will fall too
Malaysian palm exports to see rare decline next season
"Stagnant" yields and increased domestic demand, for making biodiesel, will curtail palm oil exports from the world's second largest shipper
Rains help southern US wheat, but halt corn sowings
Rains improve winter wheat condition, but hamper fieldwork. Parts of Mississippi are seen at their wettest in more than 25 years
Ag prices 'may rebound', after hedge funds turn most bearish ever
Hedge funds sell heavily in ags, opening up the biggest net short position on record. But will this herald a recovery in prices?
Informa cuts estimate for US swing from corn to soy
The analysis group trims its forecast for US corn sowings, but makes a deep cut to the estimate for soybean area. Sorghum's appeal is growing
Softs look better bet than grains, says SocGen
The bank cuts forecasts for coffee and sugar prices, but to levels above the futures curve. However, wheat values look poised to stay under pressure
Farm Futures lifts the bar on forecasts for US soy sowings
US farmers are "ready to jump on the soybean bandwagon" because of its relatively cheap output costs. Cotton, as well as corn, sowings will suffer
Indonesia may revive palm oil export levy, says Oil World
The influential analysis group says that the top-ranked exporter of the vegoil may follow rival Malaysia, to protect its palm oil processing industry
Legumex Walker shares soar after it invites takeover bids
The crop processor unveils a "process to explore strategic alternatives" after receiving interest from "a number of" suitors over potential deals
Palm oil price falls as Malaysia renews export levy
The world's second largest palm producer reveals it us to reimpose a duty on palm oil shipments, despite weak export volumes
Hedge funds cut bullish bets on ags to second lowest on record
Sugar, coffee, soybeans and grains are in the firing line as hedge funds cut further their net long position in agricultural commodity derivatives
Soybean futures - can they recover in 2015?

Soybean futures recorded a 22% drop in 2014. Will they fare better next year? Or will big harvests hurt prices? Leading banks give their views

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