Agriculture News Results

  • U.S. Soy Exports Drop From Last Week

    Export sales of U.S. soy products, including beans, meal and oil, all fell from their reported levels last week, says the U.S. In this week's export sales report, the USDA says that export sales of U.S. soybeans totaled 902,900 metric tons for the week ended Sept. 16, down from last week's sales of 1.27 million tons. Meanwhile, soybean meal sales totaled 45,000 tons, and soyoil sales totaled 4,300 tons, both down from last week.

  • Indian Morning Briefing: Asian Markets Mostly Higher as Evergrande Worries Ease

    GLOBAL MARKETS DJIA 34258.32 338.48 1.00% Nasdaq 14896.85 150.45 1.02% S&P 500 4395.64 41.45 0.95% FTSE 100 7083.37 102.39 1.47% Nikkei Stock Closed Hang Seng 24627.47 405.93 1.68% Kospi 3119.39 -21.12 -0.67% SGX Nifty* 17656.50 103.50 0.59%* Sep contract USD/JPY 109.89-90 +0.08% Range 109.92 109.75 EUR/USD 1.1696-99 +0.08% Range 1.1701 1.1684 CBOT Wheat Dec $7.056 per bushel Spot Gold $1,762.52/ oz -0.3% Nymex Crude $72.03 $1.54 US STOCKS. U.S. stocks staged a comeback...

  • ICE Canada Weekly Outlook: Canola Waiting on Fresh News

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--The ICE Futures canola market held rangebound during the week ended Sept. 22, looking for some direction. "None of these markets are flashing any strong signals that there's much going on... they're waiting for fresh news and there isn't much around right now," said Ken Ball of PI Financial in Winnipeg. While uncertainty over the size of this year's drought-stricken Canadian canola crop remains supportive, Ball noted that canola is very expensive compared to...

  • ICE Review: Canola Strengthens With Soyoil

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--The ICE Futures canola market was stronger on Wednesday, after trading to both sides of unchanged in choppy activity. Canola mainly followed the Chicago Board of Trade soyoil futures, which saw some wide price swings during the day but were stronger at the close. European rapeseed futures set fresh highs overnight, which provided some additional support.

  • ICE Canola Up, But Off Earlier Highs

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--The ICE Futures canola market was holding onto small gains at midday Wednesday, but was well off its earlier highs as a downturn in Chicago Board of Trade soyoil futures weighed on values. Soyoil and canola had both started the day posting strong advances, but updated data from the United States Department of Energy sparked a selloff in soyoil that spilled into canola, according to a broker. Strength in the Canadian dollar and ideas that canola remains...

  • Argentina to make $1.9 bln payment to IMF, chipping away at debt

    Argentina will make a nearly $1.9 billion capital payment to the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday, according to two government sources and official news agency Telam, as the ailing South American grains producer continues to pay down the $45 billion it owes the fund.

  • ICE Canola Futures Gain Strength

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--Intercontinental Exchange ICE canola futures were higher on Wednesday morning, taking their cue from increases in Chicago soyoil, and other edible oils. Uncertainty over this year's Prairie crop continued to remain a concern for the trade. Statistics Canada projected the 2021/ 22 harvest to reap about 12.8 million metric tons, but there is the likelihood of the crop coming in lower, which would intensify an already tight supply situation.

  • Candles save France's grand cru Chablis from frost ravages

    As harvest gets underway, winemaker Laurent Pinson looks at one of his top range grand cru vineyards with relief: by burning large 'candles' he protected the vines from sharp spring frosts that ravaged other parts of his estate. Still, lower overall production will force him to lift prices of his Chablis bottles, most of which go for export.

  • U.S. farmers face supply shortages, higher costs after Hurricane Ida

    Troy Walker's phone will not stop ringing at his Kansas farm cooperative, with growers needing fertilizer for their wheat fields in the coming months. In Kentucky, corn and soybean farmer Caleb Ragland said shelves at his local farm supplier are often bare of weed killer glyphosate and other crop chemicals.

  • FOCUS-U.S. farmers face supply shortages, higher costs after Hurricane Ida

    Troy Walker's phone will not stop ringing at his Kansas farm cooperative, with growers needing fertilizer for their wheat fields in the coming months. In Kentucky, corn and soybean farmer Caleb Ragland said shelves at his local farm supplier are often bare of weed killer glyphosate and other crop chemicals.

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