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Evening markets: Turnaround Tuesday? No, Groundhog Day

Early headway in grains and soybeans gives way to the usual selling, spurring a fresh tally of contract lows. At least cotton manages some headway

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Poor quality drives French wheat onto feed market
A "substantial" French wheat volume is being sold onto export markets as feed, in a sign of the quality problems affecting much of the EU crop
DuPont highlights threat from crop price falls
A boss at the owner of seed group Pioneer cautions over the knock-on effects of a strong US harvest, but says DuPont remains committed to agriculture
Cool US summer helps corn, soy, but hampers cotton
The US cotton crop is deteriorating at a time of year when it usually improves, being held back by the temperate conditions helping corn and soybeans
Savills lifts forecast for UK land price rises
The property consultancy reveals higher than expected farmland price growth in the first half of the year. But lower grain prices will take a toll
DuPont forecasts better times for flagging ag unit
The group foresees a "strong" finish to the year for the agriculture division, whose poor performance in corn sales drags group profits lower
Typhoon hurts China orange, cane, rice crops
China's top orange grower reports "significant" damage to a 1.4m-tree plantation from Typhoon Rammasun, which has also damaged cane and rice crops
'Caution' in NZ land market, despite price revival
New Zealand land prices rise, led by a bounce in dairy farm values. But is it sustainable, when interest rates are rising, and milk prices falling?
Hedge fund ag selldown takes them net short on soy
Hedge funds are net short on soybeans for the first time since 2011, amid rising US crop hopes. Coffee and sugar suffer sell-offs too - but not cattle
Yara joins fertilizer groups changing leadership
Joergen Ole Haslestad, Yara chief executive since 2008, is to depart, to be replaced by a metals boss with a strong record for cutting costs
Brazil sugar sector poised for 'wave of mergers'
A leading banker cautions over sugar mill finances as he warns that next season's cane crop in Brazil's Centre South could fall below this year's
USDA questions gloom on China dairy imports
US officials blame higher world milk output, not soft China demand, for the dairy price slump. In fact, Chinese imports are "breath-taking"
Brazilian elections 'to spur sugar price revival'
October elections will clear the way for rises in Brazil's regulated gasoline prices - fostering rises in ethanol, then sugar, values, says Datagro
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Featured market report Evening markets: Turnaround Tuesday? No, Groundhog Day
Early headway in grains and soybeans gives way to the usual selling, spurring a fresh tally of contract lows. At least cotton manages some headway
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