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Canada's canola stocks to slump to 18-year low

Inventories of canola in the top exporting country will near-halve next season, the AAFC ministry says, as weather worries for the crop grow

Delay to Brazil ag subsidy plan overshadows beef boost
Brazilian farmers receive a boost from China, which reopens to their beef exports. But postponement of a harvest plan raises fears over its generosity
Hedge funds 'may cover more shorts in wheat, but not sugar'
Hedge funds cut bearish bets in ag commodities - including in wheat, in which investors believe there may be more to short-closing to come
Legumex looks to hedging, as poor crush margins weigh
The Canadian group, which is up for sale looks to hedging for relief from canola crush margins squeezed by a "glut" of protein meals
Argentine elections may spur soy price 'plunge' - USDA
World soybean prices could drop sharply if Argentine farmers are prompted by policy reforms to sell "even some" of their huge inventories
World soy stocks to hit record - wheat supplies a 14-year top
The US, in its first full 2015-16 crop estimates, forecasts huge domestic and world soybean stocks. But data offer some comfort for corn investors nominated for prestigious award has been nominated, for a third successive year, in the best finance/business website category at the Online Media Awards
May surge in Malay palm oil exports calms investor nerves
Palm oil futures gain, despite data showing the strongest rise in Malaysian palm oil exports last month in more than two years
Hedge funds' lucrative bet on sugar price falls turns sour
Hedge funds extend bearish bets on ag commodities, reflecting downbeat positioning in grains as well as softs. In sugar, selling does not pay off
Dry weather gets Canadian sowings off to flying start
Farmers in the Prairies are well ahead in sowings, thanks to the dryness which has boosted north US plantings too. But a "cold shot" may slow progress
Revival in China crush margins lifts Wilmar profits
The Asian agribusiness giant joins rival Bunge in highlighting the sharp recovery in Chinese soybean processing margins
Indonesia sign-offs on palm levy, lifting prices - in Malaysia
Palm oil futures extend gains to 8% in two sessions - in Kuala Lumpur - as Indonesia approves a fresh export tax, just as China is in buying mode
Farmers scrimping on seed, says Agrium, as it trims profits hopes
The farm retailer-to-potash producer says many growers are choosing "older, lower-priced" seed - chiming with comments from other observers
US cotton sowings to prove amongst lowest on record

Informa sees US cotton sowings falling even further than official forecasts show. But does that mean harvest prospects are poor too?

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