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  • BRIEF-Mosaic Co Posts Q4 Loss Per Share Of $2.43

    Mosaic Co (MOS): * QTRLY NET LOSS PER SHARE OF $2.43 AND ADJUSTED NET LOSS PER SHARE OF $0.29. * QTRLY NET SALES WERE $2.1 BILLION, COMPARED TO $2.5 BILLION LAST YEAR, DRIVEN BY LOWER SALES VOLUMES AND LOWER PHOSPHATE PRICES. * Q4 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $-0.05, REVENUE VIEW $1.93 BILLION -- REFINITIV IBES DATA.

  • GRAINS-U.S. wheat, corn fall on profit taking after rally

    By Mark Weinraub. U.S. wheat and corn futures fell on Wednesday on profit taking from the previous session's strong rally, grain dealers said. Soybean futures were higher but gains were kept in check as the market waited for Chinese purchases, the day after Beijing said it would issue exemptions on retaliatory import duties imposed on nearly 700 U.S. goods including soybeans.

  • BRIEF-Nutrien CEO says Canada rail protests not affecting fertilizer deliveries

    Nutrien Ltd (NTR) executives speaking on a quarterly conference call: * NUTRIEN LTD FORECASTS 2020 U.S. CORN PLANTINGS OF 93.5 MILLION ACRES, SOY PLANTINGS 85 MILLION ACRES; W.CANADA CANOLA PLANTINGS 21 MILLION ACRES-PRESENTATION. * NUTRIEN CEO SAYS CANADA RAIL PROTESTS NOT AFFECTING AMMONIA, POTASH DELIVERIES; CONCERNED FOR CANADA'S REPUTATION Further company coverage:

  • Brazil's Bolsonaro offers credit for indigenous farmers as he pushes to open their lands

    Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday said he was pushing a bill through Congress to allow commercial mining and agriculture on protected indigenous lands, as he met with tribal leaders to announce a credit line to support indigenous farmers who have developed soy plantations on their reservations.

  • Hormel joins Tyson Foods, JBS in removing drug banned by China from hog supply

    Spam-maker Hormel Foods Corp (HRL) is eliminating a growth drug banned by China from its hog supply, the company said on Tuesday, joining rivals that are seeking to increase meat sales to Chinese buyers grappling with a pork shortage. Hormel will not accept any hogs that have been fed or exposed to the drug ractopamine after April 1, the company said in a statement.

  • Hormel joins Tyson Foods, JBS in removing drug banned by China from hog supply

    Spam-maker Hormel Foods Corp (HRL) is eliminating a growth drug banned by China from its hog supply, the company said on Tuesday, joining rivals that are seeking to increase meat sales to Chinese buyers grappling with a pork shortage. Hormel will not accept any hogs that have been fed or exposed to the drug ractopamine after April 1, the company said in a statement.

  • Brazil's Bolsonaro offers credit for indigenous farmers as he pushes to open their lands

    Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday said he was pushing a bill through Congress to allow commercial mining and agriculture on protected indigenous lands, as he met with tribal leaders to announce a credit line to support indigenous farmers who have developed soy plantations on their reservations.

  • Bunge bids for two Brazil soy plants, building lead over Cargill

    Bunge Ltd (BG) has offered to buy two soy processing plants in Brazil from local crusher Imcopa, the U.S. grains trader said on Tuesday, reinforcing its position as the country's biggest oilseeds processor.

  • Bunge agrees to buy two Brazil soy plants, assume debts -sources

    The Brazilian unit of U.S. grains trader Bunge (BG) has agreed to buy two soy processing plants in Paraná state from local crusher Imcopa and assume debts related to the plants, two people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The sources said Bunge (BG) agreed to pay about 50 million reais for the plants and assume related debts of around 1 billion reais.

  • BRIEF-Três Corações Group Acquires Mitsui Alimentos' Roast And Ground Coffee Business In Brazil

    Strauss Group Ltd (SGLJF): * TRÊS CORAÇÕES GROUP ACQUIRES MITSUI ALIMENTOS' ROAST AND GROUND COFFEE BUSINESS IN BRAZIL, STRENGTHENING ITS LEADERSHIP POSITION OF THE COFFEE MARKET IN THE COUNTRY. * ACCORDING TO AGREEMENT, 3C TO PAY BRL 210 MILLION REAIS FOR MITSUI ALIMENTOS'S DOMESTIC COFFEE BUSINESS IN BRAZIL. * 3C JOINT VENTURE IS EQUALLY HELD BY STRAUSS COFFEE AND SAO MIGUEL FIP, OWNED BY LIMA FAMILY.

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