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Bunge Q2 profit warning re-opens takeover speculation
Bunge's warning that Q2 earnings will be lower than expected has reignited speculation that the company remains a Glencore takeover target
Carr's notes recovery in both its US and UK farm markets
Carr's Group, the animal feed producer with operations in the US and UK, says both farm markets are recovering, with rising milk prices helping
Reduced service at Agrimoney.com
Because of staff holidays, Agrimoney.com will run a reduced service from July 19-21. Normal service will resume on Monday July 24
Butter and cheese help dairy commodity prices stabilise
The latest GDT dairy commodities auction in New Zealand has seen the world price index stabilise. But SMP stocks still overhang the market
Banks' commmodities retreat creates scope for smaller rivals - Marex
The commodities broker launches a specialist products division, aimed at filling a gap left by the big banks in their scaledowns in the sector
African ag group born from oil prospector takes comfort in $7bn gas project
Agriterra, formerly oil group White Nile, terms "particularly encouraging" the boost from gas to Mozambique, after a "very difficult period"
Cotton futures lag gains in soy, cotton as US crop jitters ease
officials show the cotton crop in the key growing state of Texas deteriorating, but not as severely as it might appear from producer reports
Urea prices to stay under pressure, amid 'strong oversupply' - Yara
The impact of output cutbacks in China is being offset by growth elsewhere, the nitrogen giant says, unveiling lower-than-expected profits
'Positive' outlook to spur investment in New Zealand ag
Dairy farm prices in the top milk exporting country extend their revival against an upwards, if slowing, trend in milk prices
Plant Impact shares revive, as fund backs cash raise
Shares in the crop enhancement group recover from near-three-year lows, despite it unveiling sales forecast below some previous expectations
Hedge funds buy grains at record pace, as weather woes threaten crops
... but the extent of the buying is so big it spurs ideas that funds may now turn to selling instead. In softs, speculators are record bearish
Black grass battle shrinks UK wheat area, but lifts spring barley
UK wheat sowings fall to one of the lowest in recent history, while spring barley area soars, reflecting measures to control the weed
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