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CRM AgriCommodities Market Review – 15th July 2019

After dropping to a near 2-month low of ~£143/T due to harvest progress in Europe last Wednesday, Nov-19 LIFFE feed wheat bounced back above its key 100-day moving average around £148.50/T with the USDA cutting its 2019 Russia wheat production forecast by more than expected. As expected, the controversial end

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CRM AgriCommodities Market Review – 8th July 2019

In the wake of a global decline in grain prices and rapid progress in the N. hemisphere harvest, UK wheat dropped below the key £150/T on Nov-19 LIFFE feed wheat to its lowest level since the end of May 22nd ie £148/T. Rapeseed values are trading towards the lower end

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CRM AgriCommodities Market Review – 1st July 2019

Global markets have been following the US story closely and on Friday, the USDA released its acreage report which was probably one of the biggest statistical surprises for grain markets in recent history. Soybeans were underpinned by the USDA acreage report which showed an increase in the US planted area

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CRM AgriCommodities Market Review – 24th June 2019

The grain rally started in mid-May has for now paused with the 2019 harvest gaining momentum over the next 10 days in the US, Europe and the Black Sea and as such, the ‘usual’ harvest pressure will start materialising sooner than later. Rapeseed has now embarked on a consolation phase

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CRM AgriCommodities Market Review – 17th June 2019

The rally in price has resumed due to a bullish June WASDE report for maize/corn amid ongoing unfavourable planting weather in the US and a heightened wheat yield risk in Russia. Europe’s rapeseed area is sharply reduced, meanwhile both Canada and Australia, the two largest canola (GM OSR) exporters in

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