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Canola, rapeseed market faces 'explosive situation' - Oil World

Australia and Canada face "quite severe" canola crop losses to drought, the analysis group says, warning of "demand rationing"

Output surge swells Malaysia palm oil stocks at fastest since 2014
Malaysia's palm inventories expand far faster than traders had expected. But was the growth down to a one-off factor? Futures show gains
Brokers upbeat on corn, cotton, sugar price outlooks - but not wheat
... according to FocusEconomics analysis, which also shows some optimism on soybean prices next year, but a neutral take on cocoa and coffee
Rains hand US spring wheat its first improvement this season
... but, with cloud and cool, create fresh worries over the cotton crop. Meanwhile, it is dryness which fosters soybean crop improvement
Hedge funds return to selling ags - although cocoa gets buying spree
Hedge fund selling in grains and livestock more than offsets a continued short-covering wave in softs - in cocoa and sugar particularly
France lifts estimates for rapeseed, wheat harvests
... and looks likely to be the EU's top rapeseed producer this year. In corn, a rise in output is expected too - provided weather co-operates
Brazil to see 'another big crop planted' for 2017-18, says Bunge
Bunge CEO Soren Schroder says weaker, crop prices are not Brazilian farmer's only consideration, and sees strong world canola output too
Bunge slashes agribusiness profit hopes, citing Brazil setbacks
The group cites "intense competition" for Brazilian grain, and soymeal "oversupply". Still, dynamics are improving. And hedging protects sugar
Brazil a 'bigger threat' to US in corn exports, rather than soy - ADM
The ag giant's CEO, Juan Luciano, offers relief to US soy exporters, after a slow pace of 2017-18 orders, and sees a benefit in wheat too
Slow Brazil soy sales offset trading boost to ADM profits
The ag trading giant unveils an easing in operating profits, as a dent in soy crushing and origination offsets ethanol and trading fillips
Indonesia's palm oil exports 'to hit record' in 2017-18
USDA officials in Jakarta lift their forecast for palm oil exports from the top shipper, citing higher production hopes, and weaker prices
US spring wheat slips to worst on record, as Idaho succumbs
US spring wheat records its lowest rating on data going back to 1995. Will rains this week revive it? Soybean, cotton crops fare better
France optimism revives EU rapeseed harvest hopes
Strategie Grains lifts its forecast for the EU rapeseed harvest thanks to an upgrade for France - where Terres Inovia foresees a record yield
Crop farmers may become fishes' best friends

... assuming Nufarm, whose shares in the group hit a 7-year high, gains consent for a canola seed genetically modified to produce fish oils

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