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Latest wheat news articles
Analysts wrong-footed by corn price dip - but not by falls in soy, wheat
Brokers had banked on retreats in soy and wheat prices, but not in corn, FocusEconomics data show. In softs, analysts are upbeat on prices
Crop prices surge, as $600bn US move sparks spree
A range of crops are driven to multi-month, decade or record highs as investors clamour for assets in the wake of a US economic injection
Doubts persist over Ukraine and Kazakh grain
Ukraine's grain exports remain hamstrung, even after the announcement of quotas, while doubts emerge over Kazakhstan's harvest estimate
Hedge funds wrong-footed, again, by downbeat grain bets
Hedge funds ramped up bearish bets on corn and soy ahead of gains in futures - which will likely foster short-covering, and further price rises
Australia wheat harvest to fall further than first thought
NAB's first estimates of the drought hit Australian wheat harvest come in well below other analysts' forecasts - and could go lower still
Spain's wheat imports to soar 40%, as 'worst crop omens confirmed'
AgroInfomarket lifts forecasts for soft wheat and corn imports by the EU's top buyer, as it cuts, again, hopes for Spain's own harvest
Egyptian wheat purchase highlights big premium for US supplies
Gasc extends its rapid start to 2017-18 for wheat purchases, buying 410,000 tonnes - all from Romania and Russia. Algeria buys big too
Grain prices rise at quickest in 3 years - despite 'abundant' supplies
The UN, while cuttings hopes for the world wheat harvest, says supplies are "ample" nonetheless. Still, grain prices rise, as do dairy values
Drought stokes fears of smallest Australian wheat crop in a decade
Traders in the southern hemisphere's top wheat exporter are seeing "the possibility of a sub 20m-tonne" crop, with canola prospects dubious too
Agrana ramps up in wheat starch, as 'paperless society' idea founders
The group doubles capacity at an Austrian wheat starch plant, to meet demand from a paper industry buoyed by the needs of online retailers
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