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Trade deal terms may define UK ag subsidies, post-Brexit

UK levels of ag support, outside the EU, may depend on the likes of trade tariffs, and tourism needs, Wynnstay boss Ken Greetham says

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Monsanto flags 'signs of ag recovery' - even as it unveils profits drop
The seeds giant unveils a bigger drop in quarterly earnings than investors had expected. But a brighter outlook helps its shares rise
UK famers to lose out from Brexit - so stockmarket says
Shares in UK agriculture groups have underperformed notably since the UK voted to leave the EU. Does this reflect subsidy fears?
Canada wheat area dips more than thought - but conditions good
Spring wheat has been losing acres to lentils and winter wheat, but the speed of sowing, and conditions have been good, says the Canadian government
Cotton leads way in Chinese commodity rally
Massive government sales aren't slowing a rally in Chinese cotton, as post-Brexit risk-off mood sends the yuan bumping along the bottom
Wynnstay warns of 'limited sign' of upturn. Shares hit 4-year low
The fertilizer-to-grain trading group, reporting a profits drops, says the "agricultural environment remains difficult for farmer customers"
Arabica, sugar prices face a tumble - but not robusta, cocoa values
... says Commerzbank, seeing firm Brazilian output weighing on arabica and sugar values, while weakness in Africa's crop and sterling lift cocoa
EU compound feed output to fall at fastest rate in 7 years
Slower growth in poultry feed demand, and a "significant" drop in pig sector needs, will dent volumes - at a time of strong feed wheat supplies
Brazil corn price sees record fall - but may revive, institutes say
Sao Paulo corn prices see their biggest weekly fall in at least 12 years. But values may revive as sellers step back, and harvest yields falter
US hog producers face losses - even before risk of Brexit setback
US hog producers will see a second year of losses in 2016, a report says - flagging the threat Brexit shockwaves pose to all US ag exports
Three ways to profit in agriculture from Brexit
The supersize change presented by Brexit will bring, besides dangers, agricultural opportunities too - in areas from legumes to logistics
Hedge funds cooler on grains - but in softs, bullish bets at 8-year top
Hedge funds cut their net long in grain derivatives, even before the volatility after the UK's Brexit vote. But they are increasingly exposed in softs
EU durum crop 'facing significant downgrade concerns'
"Substantial" rains in the run-up to harvest are spurring fears for the EU crop, the world's biggest, says grain handling giant G3
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The good, the mixed, the worrying - three Brexit effects on world ag
For landowners at least, there may be good news from the UK vote to leave the EU. The challenge is to avoid some of the worst potential outcomes
Featured market report AM markets: cotton, wheat gain - but palm hits six-month low
Oilseeds attract some selling, and in particular palm oil, which is sapped by ideas of easier supplies. Cotton gets help from a notable Chinese rally
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