22 Oct 2018
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22 Oct 2018 - Hammersmith
This coming week is the European Grain Bourse in Rouen, France – there should be at least 2,500 grain people wandering around the conference center, hoping to make new contacts or meet old friends. I will be there on behalf of the US Grains Council, so keep an eye out for me........please click PDF to see more details
16 Oct 2018 - CFO Exclusive
Chinese fishmeal importers would tend to keep RMB cash trend at a ….
15 Oct 2018 - Hammersmith
This week was the USDA-WASDE week and, as usual, the report was able to surprise a number of experts. The report did lower estimated corn yields and thus total corn production while reducing soybean production due to smaller planting. However, we are still looking at a record soybean crop and the second largest corn crop so there should be enough supply to go around......please click PDF to see more details.
09 Oct 2018 - CFO Exclusive
“During earlier of Q4 RMB cash trend would be quiet but weak if resources …..
08 Oct 2018 - Hammersmith
This week was an up week for all US grains/oilseeds/meals with corn prices moving up by about USD 5 to 6 m/t, soybeans up by USD 8 to 10 m/t, soymeal up by USD 10 m/t and even wheat prices were able to rally by about USD 5 m/t..........please click PDF to see more details
02 Oct 2018 - Hammersmith
Price wise, things were not all that exciting this week – except perhaps for wheat prices. Corn, soybeans and soymeal shower very little change on the week while wheat prices did drop between USD 4 to 6 m/t. The USDA stocks report was out this week and was a little bearish for corn as stocks were higher than expected by the trade. Some experts say that this is due to lower feed use for corn in the summer months........please click PDF to see more details
26 Sep 2018 - CFO Exclusive
The breeding population of China live pig goes down to the lowest……sinc
18 Sep 2018 - CFO Exclusive
The import cost of US poultry with its by-product meals is subjected to on this round…..
17 Sep 2018 - Hammersmith
The always surprising WASDE report was surprising once again – certainly more bearish than many experts thought that it would be. Corn prices finished the week down by about USD 6 m/t while soybeans faired a little better dropping by just USD 5 m/t and soymeal slipped by USD 8 to 10 m/t. All in all, wheat prices didn’t change at all........please click PDF to see more details
10 Sep 2018 - CFO Exclusive
Inventory of China fishmeal moves up when summer aquatic ends up soon…