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Hedge funds extend sell-down in ags, amid China worries

Funds sell-off soybeans, a huge Chinese import. Still, they make an even bigger sale in coffee - in which they are at risk of being wrong-footed again

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Brazil soy sowings to set record after all - but doubts over yield
Weakness in the real is proving a mixed blessing for Brazilian farmers - protecting them from low Chicago crop prices, but lifting input costs
World grain stocks to hit 29-year high, says IGC
The IGC ditches ideas of a drop in global grain stocks in 2015-16, upgrading its estimate for wheat output in line with last year's record high
Coffee speculators get burned
Hedge funds bet on arabica just before prices slumped, data from the US commodities regulator shows
Glencore looks to improved grain markets over the rest of 2015
Glencore tank on news of lower earnings and trading outlook, but the group looks for 'significantly' higher contributions from its agriculture segment
Surprise US crop hikes send corn, soy plunging limit down
Corn and soybean futures slump the maximum permitted by exchange rules, with wheat tumbling 5%, as US officials show "no mercy" to grain bulls
Western ag markets 'very volatile' as yuan devaluation assessed
China-traded ag futures end little changed, even amid the furore over the yuan move. But Western markets are swinging as investor thinking develops
Hedge funds caught out by grain price moves - again
Speculators, caught out in July by buying grains as prices tumbled, now look to have been too quick to sell. Still, they have made profits from softs
China hog market revival spurs upbeat soy import forecast
The official CNGOIC think tank pegs China's soybean imports at a record top, above the USDA estimate, after data show a surge in buy-ins last month
Chinese moves to curb corn area won't lift soy sowings
More talk is emanating from China over plans to curtail corn output, and trim huge stocks. But this won't mean rising soy area, yet, say US officials
UK barley may break yield record, but rapeseed dogged by pests
UK barley hopes edged higher, while winter wheat gets off to a slow start, and rapeseed sees average yields despite pest problems
Agrium curbs profit hopes, as seed sales hurt by farm cutbacks
Sales of seed are proving more vulnerable to lower crop prices than takings in fertilizers and agrichemicals, the farm retail-to-nutrient group says
Chinese soy crush margins to stay positive, says Wilmar
The Singapore food group is "cautiously optimistic", as profits from soy processing outweigh falling palm oil revenues
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Brazil soy sowings to set record after all - but doubts over yield

Weakness in the real is proving a mixed blessing for Brazilian farmers - protecting them from low Chicago crop prices, but lifting input costs

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