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  • ICE Canada Morning Comment: Canola Continues to Fall Back

    WINNIPEG--Intercontinental Exchange canola futures were lower Thursday morning, following declines in the Chicago soy complex and other edible oils. At 1.77 million tonnes, canola ending stocks for 2020-21 are the lowest since 2017, according to Statistics Canada, but well above earlier expectations. Daytime temperatures in Alberta are forecast to slip into the mid to high teens Celsius Thursday, with those in Saskatchewan and Manitoba likely to remain in the low to mid 20' s.

  • Explainer: How Indian farmers' protest turned into a country-wide movement

    A group of influential farmer leaders ratcheted up pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to roll back three new farm laws by organising a mammoth rally in India's most populous state Uttar Pradesh last week.

  • Brazil truckers partially block routes, grains still shipping

    Brazilian truckers have staged demonstrations and partially blocked key routes in several states, according to a federal highway police bulletin seen by Reuters on Wednesday, though grains exporters said shipments have not been affected.

  • ICE Canada Weekly Outlook: Awaiting harvest, USDA Supply/Demand Data

    WINNIPEG--Canola contracts on the ICE Futures platform drifted lower during the week ended Sept. 8, although the market remains stuck in a sideways trading pattern as participants try to get a better handle on the size of this year's crop. An upcoming supply/demand report from the U.S. Agriculture Department also has the potential to sway the market.

  • ICE Grain/Oilseed Review: Canola Settles With Small Gains After Choppy Day

    WINNIPEG--The ICE Futures canola market settled with small gains on Wednesday after trading to both sides of unchanged in choppy activity. The Chicago Board of Trade soy complex was also mixed, providing little direction for the canola market. While seasonal harvest pressure was somewhat bearish, disappointing yields and the small production prospects remained supportive.

  • Hunger rose for U.S. minorities, children in 2020, despite federal pandemic aid

    The number of Hispanic and Black families without enough to eat climbed in 2020, the U.S. government said on Wednesday, as the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered businesses and left millions of laid off Americans scrambling to put food on the table. Overall food insecurity in America was unchanged from 2019 at 10.5%, the lowest level since the Great Recession, however.

  • ICE Canola Up Midday Wednesday

    WINNIPEG--The ICE Futures canola market was stronger midday Wednesday, although activ. ity was choppy as the market reacted to outside influences. Soyoil futures at the Chicago Board of Trade also were experiencing wide price swings, but were higher by midsession.

  • ICE Canola Futures Turn Lower After Overnight Gains

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--Intercontinental Exchange canola futures were slightly lower on Wednesday morning, as the Chicago soy complex was stepping away from its overnight highs, taking the Canadian oilseed with it. However, there was some support from increases in Malaysian palm oil and European rapeseed. Statistics Canada released its report on grain stocks as of July 1, with canola total stocks for 2020/ 21 falling to 1.77 million metric tons, their lowest level since July 2017....

  • Indian Morning Briefing: Asian Markets Mostly Lower

    GLOBAL MARKETS DJIA 35100.00 -269.09 -0.76% Nasdaq 15374.33 10.81 0.07% S&P 500 4520.03 -15.40 -0.34% FTSE 100 7149.37 -37.81 -0.53% Nikkei Stock 30122.11 205.97 0.69% Hang Seng 26529.53 175.90 0.67% Kospi 3176.36 -11.06 -0.35% SGX Nifty* 17425.50 46.5 0.27%* Sep contract USD/JPY 110.26-27 -0.02% Range 110.33 110.25 EUR/USD 1.1846-49 +0.04% Range 1.1854 1.1841 CBOT Wheat Sep $7.086 per bushel Spot Gold $1,796.93/ oz 0.2% Nymex Crude $68.38- $0.91 US STOCKS.

  • Power outages slash U.S. Gulf Coast grain exports even as river reopens

    Grain exports from U.S. Gulf Coast terminals in southern Louisiana remained severely limited on Tuesday, even after the U.S. Coast Guard reopened the lower Mississippi River to shipping traffic over the weekend. A large terminal near Baton Rouge owned by Louis Dreyfus Co has resumed loading export vessels.

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