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  • Six farmers killed near besieged central Mali village, says town mayor

    Six rice farmers were killed on Thursday near the central Mali village of Farabougou, the mayor of a nearby town said, taking the death toll to 23 since the siege of the village by suspected jihadists began in October.

  • Steak out: China's coronavirus testing chokes beef trade

    In a supermarket in downtown Beijing, refrigerator shelves normally filled with steak from around the world sit empty as tougher testing for the novel coronavirus creates supply bottlenecks and raises prices for importers. Fresh supplies of beef won't arrive for days, a salesman at the Suning.com-owned Carrefour outlet told Reuters - if then.

  • Steak out: China's coronavirus testing chokes beef trade

    In a supermarket in downtown Beijing, refrigerator shelves normally filled with steak from around the world sit empty as tougher testing for the novel coronavirus creates supply bottlenecks and raises prices for importers. Fresh supplies of beef won't arrive for days, a salesman at the Suning.com-owned Carrefour outlet told Reuters - if then.

  • Ivory Coast says Hershey cocoa beans deal could derail farmer income scheme

    U.S. chocolate maker Hershey's move to buy cheap beans from the New York futures exchange is an attempt to derail plans by Ivory Coast and Ghana to increase farmers' income, the Ivorian cocoa regulator alleged in a letter seen by Reuters on Wednesday.

  • Improving farm economy drives up Deere earnings

    Deere & Co (DE) on Wednesday reported a rise in quarterly earnings, defying Wall Street estimates, as higher crop prices, government subsidy payments and replacement demand lifted sales of farm machines.

  • Improving farm economy drives up Deere earnings

    Deere & Co (DE) on Wednesday reported a rise in quarterly earnings, defying Wall Street estimates, as higher crop prices, government subsidy payments and replacement demand lifted sales of farm machines.

  • SOFTS-NY cocoa hits nine-month high, sugar falls

    New York cocoa hit a nine-month high on Tuesday, boosted by continuing tightness in nearby supply in the physical and futures markets, while sugar prices fell. COCOA. * March New York cocoa rose $34, or 1.3%, to $2,787 a tonne at 1509 GMT, having touched the highest level since late February at $2,790.

  • SOFTS-NY cocoa hits new 9-month high, sugar falls

    New York cocoa hit a new nine-month high on Tuesday amid ongoing tightness in nearby supply in the physical and futures markets, while sugar prices fell. COCOA. * March New York cocoa rose $17, or 0.6%, to $2,769 a tonne at 1243 GMT, after hitting the highest level since late February at $2,787.

  • SOFTS-NY cocoa hits 9-month high, sugar and coffee also gain

    New York cocoa hit a nine-month high on Monday as funds continued to buy given tightness in nearby supplies in the physical and futures markets, where stocks are falling. Sugar and coffee, meanwhile, pulled back. COCOA. * March New York cocoa ​​settled up $41, or 1.5%, to $2,753 a tonne, after hitting the highest level since late February at $2,774.

  • SOFTS-NY cocoa hits 9-month high; sugar and coffee also gain

    New York cocoa hit a nine-month high on Monday as funds continued to buy given tightness in nearby supplies in the physical and futures markets, where stocks are falling. Sugar and coffee also rose. COCOA. * March New York cocoa rose $38, or 1.4%, to $2,747 a tonne by 1507 GMT, after hitting the highest level since late February at $2,774.

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