Latest
CALCULATORS
PM markets: cereal futures rally ahead of US plantings forum

Soybean futures fall, under pressure from the brisk harvest, while robusta tumbles after the Brazilian president walks back a plan to import coffee

Read more...
Soft commodities better bets than grains, says Goldman Sachs
The bank sees upward potential for cocoa, coffee and sugar futures. But the extent of supplies means corn and soybeans look overvalued
Egyptian wheat purchases speed ahead of last season's pace
The biggest wheat buyer accelerates purchases, even as supplies from top origin Russia get more expensive - in some cases topping French offers
Time running out for rains to revive Australia's cotton crop
Australia's cotton output could rise less than hoped, if "exceptionally hot and dry weather" cuts yields. But Namoi Cotton is upbeat
Goldman warns live cattle prices have 'overshot'
The recent rally in live cattle futures is boosting feed-lot placements, which will bring prices down in the long run, Goldman Sachs says
Palm oil prices to 'stay strong' - for now
... says TA Securities, proposing that plantations have not yet got over El Nino-caused dryness. Still, lower prices do lie ahead
US sowings prospects - leading commentators give their views
Observers from academia, brokers and industry give their views on where US plantings of major crops will end up this year
Will US soybean sowings really gain so much over corn?
Agrimoney.com previews a much-anticipated US agriculture conference this week which will go a long way to setting the grain market tone
'Critically low' stocks to keep sugar prices supported, says ISO
The ISO says market dynamics are "constructive" for sugar prices, despite cutting its forecast for the world output deficit
Dairy prices fall, after New Zealand market got ahead of itself
Prices at the GlobalDairyTrade auction hit their lowest level since November last year, as prices in New Zealand retreat into line with global market
Canada cuts spring wheat sowings forecast, as price hopes fade
The ministry sees spring wheat plantings rising slower than thought, as price expectations fade, while canola stocks are tighter than thought
How long can West African cocoa supplies push the market lower?
As beans rot on trees Cote D'Ivoire, while farmers hold back on inputs for next season, and grinders eying low prices, can the current surplus last?
NAB warns on wheat prices - and on El Nino threat to Australian farms
The bank sees little scope a wheat price rise over 2017, even while flagging the potential for El Nino to reverse Australia's crop fortunes
Features and market reports
How long can West African cocoa supplies push the market lower?
As beans rot on trees Cote D'Ivoire, while farmers hold back on inputs for next season, and grinders eying low prices, can the current surplus last?
Featured market report PM markets: cereal futures rally ahead of US plantings forum
Soybean futures fall, under pressure from the brisk harvest, while robusta tumbles after the Brazilian president walks back a plan to import coffee
Search Agrimoney.com:
Most viewed articles:

© Agrimoney.com 2017
Agrimoney.com and Agrimoney are trademarks of Agrimoney Ltd
Agrimoney is part of the Briefing Media group
Agrimoney Ltd is registered in England & Wales. Registered number: 09239069
Home | About | RSS | Commodities | Companies | Markets
Subscribe | Legal disclaimer | Privacy policy | Contact | Acknowledgements