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Brexit vote lifts London wheat and cocoa futures
28/06/2016 15:42

Brexit vote lifts London wheat and cocoa futures

London wheat and cocoa futures soared, bucking the global trend, as the pound tumbled, after the UK shocked financial markets worldwide by voting to leave the European Union.

Australia Predicts Bigger Wheat Crop After Autumn Rainfall
24/06/2016 14:59

Australia Predicts Bigger Wheat Crop After Autumn Rainfall

Australia increased its wheat production estimate by 3.6 percent after recent rainfall improved soil moisture in time for winter-crop sowing.

US officials cut Brazil corn hopes - and warn of further downgrades
24/06/2016 14:51

US officials cut Brazil corn hopes - and warn of further downgrades

Brazil's corn imports will soar five-fold to a 16-year high, thanks to the supply squeeze prompted by a disappointing safrinha crop, US officials said, cutting their harvest forecast and flagging "great challenges" for livestock farmers.

La Nina fears may limit fund selling in ags, says Rabobank
23/06/2016 12:04

La Nina fears may limit fund selling in ags, says Rabobank

The fund selling which fuelled a collapse in corn selling may have limits, for now, Rabobank said - although cautioning that sugar could prove an exception, and sticking by downbeat price forecasts for most crops.

Australian crop report: June 2016 No.178
15/06/2016 14:50

Australian crop report: June 2016 No.178

The report is a quarterly report with a consistent and regular assessment of crop prospects for major field crops, forecasts of area, yield and production and a summary of seasonal conditions on a state by state basis. 

27/10/2014 12:31

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Glencore Grain, a subsidiary of Glencore, has been operating in Australia for more than 10 years.

Glencore Grain is one of the largest buyers of wheat, barley, oilseeds, pulses, sorghum and cotton direct from Australian growers, with accumulation offices located across five key growing states; Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. Read More


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