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Wheat, coffee, cotton futures manage firm end to poor month
... but soybeans dip, after a cancellation by China of an order from the US touches a raw nerve. The US weather outlook improves, weighing on corn too
IGC warns over 'far-reaching' impact of China corn reforms
The IGC urges investors to watch "very closely" Chinese corn policy, amid mounting talk of reforms which could have big effects on world grain markets
EU corn woes could 'open the flow' of imports from Brazil
Bunge boss Soren Schroder flags implications of dryness damage to European corn, and foresees a slow start to 2015-16 for US soy exports
Market 'too optimistic' on Brazil arabica crop, say producers
The Conselho Nacional do Café says Brazil's coffee harvest is showing signs of drought damage, and flags a potential hangover for 2016 too
Wet end to July rescues Canadian wheat, canola crops
Drought fears have eased in the prairies, but some damage has already been done, and more wet weather is on the way
Legumex shares plunge as creditors close in on canola plant
The group says lenders to its canola processing subsidiary have demanded a a loan repayment - which the crushing arm does not have the funds to meet
Weyerhaeuser shares up as earnings beat expectations
Shares in the US timber giant rise after it unveils a smaller-than-expected profits fall, and forecasts a rise in log prices
UK winter barley crop set to match last year's record yields
After a slow start to the harvest, crop consultancy Adas says winter barley yields could reach record levels
IGC lifts grain harvest hopes despite Canada, EU dryness
The group slices its forecast for the drop in world grain inventories over 2015-16, as Chinese corn and US sorghum output prospects improve
PotashCorp trims profit forecast as nitrogen sales fall
The group sees full year earnings down, despite a stable outlook for the global potash market
Grain hedging, canola rally drag Bunge profits below forecasts
Bunge shares tumble after it blames "less effective risk management" and lower Canadian crushing profits for a bigger-than-forecast earnings drop
Green Plains doubts chances of corn price revival
The market offers "nothing very bullish" for corn investors, the ethanol producer says, flagging improving yield prospects and future farmer sell
French ag 'tensions' overshadow Manitou improvement
The French maker of equipment used by many livestock farmers unveils a small rise in ag sector sales - unlike larger rivals such as Agco and CNH
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