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Oilseeds: World Markets and Trade 

Nov. 10, 2012

Prices Trend Lower with Larger Soybean Harvest

Central Illinoiscash soybean prices have trended lower since late August, a normal response to harvest pressure as the new crop enters the ...

Grain: World Markets and Trade 

Nov. 10, 2012

Record Rice Trade despite Shake-up in Suppliers

Global rice trade is expected to surpass 38 million tons in 2012 after an unprecedented 36 million last year. Previously, trade had averaged ...

Cotton: World Markets and Trade 

Nov. 10, 2012

As the world’s largest cotton producer, consumer, and importer, China’s domestic policies not only impact its internal market, but also influence global markets and prices. In 2011/12 ...

USDA понизил прогноз по пшенице, и увеличил по сое и кукурузе 

Nov. 10, 2012

В отчете USDA от 9 ноября, специалисты повысили прогнозы мирового производства кукурузы и сои в текущем сезоне, снизив лишь прогноз по пшенице. Кроме того, прогнозы конечных запасов по всем культурам ...

FAO Food Price Index falls slightly in October 

Nov. 8, 2012

World food import bill may fall in 2012; rice production set for new record

The FAO Food Price Index fell one percent in October 2012, and for the first ten ...

Кукуруза. Рост или падение 

Oct. 30, 2012

Факторы роста:

- напряженный мировой баланс кукурузы и пшеницы

- поддержку рынку также оказывает возможное ограничение экспорта пшеницы из Украины

- меньший чем ранее ожидался урожай кукурузы в ЕС, стимулирует рост импорта. 

- меньший ...

Broiler Meat: 2013 Forecast overview 

Oct. 24, 2012

Record World Broiler Production Constrained by Rising Production Costs

Global production is forecast up 1 percent to a record 83.5 million tons. Demand for animal protein particularly in China ...

Pork and Swine: 2013 Forecast overview 

Oct. 24, 2012

World Pork Production Virtually Flat as High Feed Costs Temper Growth

Global production is forecast nominally higher to a record 104.7 million tons.  Rising feed costs, which shrink profit ...

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