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PM markets: grain futures tumble before first notice day

Speculators pile out of grains in order to avoid taking delivery, while arabica coffee futures slump as Brazilian prospects improve

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Hedge funds' ag buying stall, amid questions over commodities rally
Hedge funds cut bullish bets on ags for only the second time this year, spurred by selling in soyoil and cotton. Is wheat due a reversal too?
Palm oil producers upbeat on price prospects
Palm markets in Malaysia plumb multi-month lows, but producers are optimistic for prices, citing ongoing El Nino damage, and rising Indonesian demand
Amazon soybean barge loading slows to crawl
Massive tailbacks on a washed out highway has confounded a Brazilian drive to send more grain supplies north for shipment along the Amazon
Sime Darby profits soar, before spin-off of world's top palm business
The Malaysian conglomerate announces soaring returns from its palm oil segment, which will be spun off into an stand-alone business this year
World corn output to fall in 2017-18, allowing drawdown in stocks
The IGC forecasts a decline world corn output, fostered by lower sowings in China and the Americas. But demand will rise
Chinese cotton stocks to plummet, despite rising imports and production
China cotton stocks will shrink again in 2017-18, spurring a rise in imports, US officials say. Cotlook sees China's inventories falling too
'Strong' demand to keep soy prices high, compared with corn
China's appetite for soybeans will prevent a US glut of the oilseed, despite record sowings. But corn exports will see "stiffer competition"
Land grab fears 'threaten South African ag investment'
The ANC ups pressure for forced land seizure without compensation. But critics say the idea would deter investment and is unconstitutional
Russian wheat prices to fall and 'regain export competiveness'
Black Earth Farming flags ideas that farmers will not be able to hold out for ever for higher values, as it unveils a return to the red
US wheat harvest to fall by most in 26 years, boding well for prices
US officials see the domestic wheat crop tumbling in 2017-18 at a rate exceeded only once in 50 years, contributing to a drop in world output
Argentina lifts wheat crop to record high - but cuts corn, soy area hopes
Argentina lifts its estimates for its wheat harvest - and exports. Rains have curbed corn, soybean sowings. But will they boost yields?
Glencore eyes new ag acquisitions - potentially in the US
"We need to get bigger in the United States, it's a part of the business we miss," says Glencore chief executive Ivan Glasenberg
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Speculators pile out of grains in order to avoid taking delivery, while arabica coffee futures slump as Brazilian prospects improve
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