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PM markets: grain futures grind lower in a glutted market
Export sales do nothing to spur upward momentum, as corn and wheat find fresh multi-year-lows
High-protein wheat will remain in short supply, despite heavy harvest
Disappointing quality in the "bin busting" hard red winter wheat harvest will push demand for spring wheat higher, Rabobank said
Canola prices jump, after China delays curbs on Canadian cargos
Canola prices rise the most in 14 months after Beijing steps back from a clampdown on "Canada's most valuable export to China"
Traders shun Egyptian wheat tender
Stringent new rules on ergot contamination keep traders away from the world's biggest wheat export market
Trigon Agri sowings off to better start, dodging south Ukraine drought
The debt-laden group unveils a rise in underlying profits too, relieving markets and helping its shares soar - as a bank deadline looms
Sugar price jump 'may spur food groups to buy mills'
... says Rabobank, focusing on Asia, where food and drink companies look particularly vulnerable to the surge in sugar prices
Australian sheep exports to fall on flock rebuilding
Australian lamb prices will edge higher, thanks to tighter supply after flock slaughter last year
Agrium-PotashCorp in talks, putting big potash tie-ups back on map
The Canadian potash giants say they are in talks over a "merger of equals", fulfilling long-held ideas that the sector is ripe for consolidation
Sugar futures fall, despite slowing Brazilian production
Sugar futures fail to find any traction, as output in the Brazilian cane belt falls slightly short of expectations
FirstFarms sticks by breakeven forecast, despite dairy, grains hopes
The farm operator joins commentators foreseeing milk price improvements, and expects to benefit too from the rebound in Romania's corn yields
EU slashes wheat export hopes, as crop estimate grows ever smaller
The forecast for wheat exports is cut too - putting the bloc on course to lose to Russia global leadership in shipments of the grain
Sugar price rally not over yet, says ISO, flagging 'critically low' stocks
The ISO, forecasting a 7m-tonne sugar output deficit next season, says prices may continue to rise, "particularly in the first half of 2017"
Grain markets' lurch lower catches hedge funds off guard
Funds turned less bearish in grains - just before prices tumbled. They are well out of the money in soybeans. Indeed, is a fresh wave of selling nigh?
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