Agriculture News Results

  • Grain trader ADM beats profit estimates but revenue disappoints

    Global grains trader Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM) beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profits on Thursday, helped by strength in its grain milling and nutrition businesses. Still, revenue missed analysts' expectations and net earnings attributable to the company were 44% lower than a year earlier.

  • Grain trader ADM reports 44% drop in quarterly profit

    U.S. grains merchant Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM) reported a 44.7% drop in third-quarter profit on Thursday, hurt by higher costs. Net earnings attributable to ADM fell to $225 million, or 40 cents per share in the three months ended Sept. 30, from $407 million, or 72 cents per share, a year earlier.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Thursday, October 29 2020 Natural Rubber Turnover: 1,857,013 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Nov-20 15,195 15,265 14,150 14,615 14,845 -230 1,447 3,766 Jan-21 16,550 16,635 15,660 16,145 16,220 -75 1,601,492 211,804 Mar-21 16,415 16,415 15,400 15,870 16,035 -165 17,499 9,427 Apr-21 16,375 16,375 15,325 15,795 15,980 -185 8,408 7,721 May-21 16,350 16,350 15,220 15,690 15,955 -265 201,716 67,779 Jun-21 16,165 16,165 15,140 15,575 15,840...

  • LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Pilgrim's Pride's 3 Q Profit Falls, Weighed by Higher Costs, Fine. Pilgrim's Pride Corp. said profit fell in the third quarter, weighed by higher costs and expenses and a fine paid to the U.S. Justice Department to resolve price-fixing charges, as the company saw a rebound in demand from the U.S. and Mexico and improvement in its European business from challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Corn Falls as Election Jitters Grow. Corn for December delivery fell 3.5% to $4.01 1/ 2 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday as traders hedged their bets and adopted a cautious stance ahead of next week's general election. Soybeans for January delivery fell 2% to $10.54 3/ 4 a bushel.

  • BRIEF-Bunge Reports Third Quarter 2020 Results

    Bunge Ltd (BG): * BUNGE REPORTS THIRD QUARTER 2020 RESULTS. * Q3 GAAP EARNINGS PER SHARE $1.84. * SEES FY 2020 ADJUSTED EARNINGS PER SHARE $6.25 TO $6.75. * Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE ESTIMATE $0.20 -- REFINITIV IBES DATA. * IN EDIBLE OILS, WE NOW EXPECT FY ADJUSTED RESULTS TO BE UP COMPARED TO LAST YEAR. * EXPECTED FULL-YEAR ADJUSTED RESULTS IN MILLING CONTINUE TO BE IN LINE WITH LAST YEAR.

  • Rogers Sugar, Israel's DouxMatok to sell sugar reduction technology

    Israeli food tech firm DouxMatok and Canada's Rogers Sugar (RSGUF) said on Wednesday they would collaborate to sell DouxMatok's sugar reduction technology to North American companies. DouxMatok's technology, which is based on cane sugar, is already available in Israel but will be sold to companies in the United States in 2021 through Rogers, the companies said.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Wednesday, October 28 2020 Natural Rubber Turnover: 1,342,926 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Nov-20 14,395 14,955 14,395 14,845 14,110 735 938 3,935 Jan-21 15,875 16,535 15,815 16,220 15,600 620 1,160,942 252,553 Mar-21 15,550 16,365 15,550 16,035 15,440 595 16,169 9,587 Apr-21 15,475 16,310 15,475 15,980 15,390 590 10,094 7,844 May-21 15,550 16,275 15,525 15,955 15,355 600 139,121 72,738 Jun-21 15,615 16,220 15,600 15,840 15,305 535...

  • Tyson Foods workers to replace some federal inspectors at U.S. beef plant

    Tyson Foods (TSN) said on Tuesday it plans in January to have company employees take on duties from more than a dozen federal inspectors at a large Kansas beef plant, after getting a U.S. government waiver. Tyson said the change would improve food safety and efficiency as part of a process to modernize inspections, although activists worried it could result in less oversight.

  • Tyson Foods workers to replace some federal inspectors at U.S. beef plant

    Tyson Foods (TSN) said on Tuesday it plans in January to have company employees take on duties from more than a dozen federal inspectors at a large Kansas beef plant, after getting a U.S. government waiver. Tyson said the change would improve food safety and efficiency as part of a process to modernize inspections, although activists worried it could result in less oversight.

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