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Hedge funds return to net selling in ags - with upbeat positioning on soft commodities and livestock more than offset by bearish grain bets

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Brazil coffee exports ''to hold steady' in 2017-18, despite output fall
US officials see Brazil's coffee output falling but - citing "excellent vigour" in trees - not to the extent other commentators forecast
Fears of US replant 'of historical proportions' lift grains
Corn, soy futures open firm amid concerns over newly-sown US crops lost already to poor weather. Disease worries boost wheat. But cotton prices dip
Five key themes to watch out for at Agrimoney LIVE
With the minutes ticking down to the flagship event, Agrimoney editor Mike Verdin picks topics he is particularly keen to find answers on
Rabobank lifts forecast for world coffee output deficit next season
... raising the stakes should any weather setback hurt Brazil's coffee output prospects, Rabobank says, flagging "strong demand" for beans
Deere upgrades profits hopes, sending shares to record high
The farm equipment giant hikes earnings hopes by $500m, noting "signs of market stabilisation" and a "strong recovery" in South America
Colombian coffee exports to hit 25-year high next season
... US officials say, despite issuing a relatively modest forecast for Colombia's coffee output. Indonesian output is seen recovering, a bit
World sugar stocks to drop in 2017-18, despite record EU output - USDA
US officials, in their first forecasts for next season, side with commentators seeing a small stocks decline - despite the impact of EU reforms
Rains boost Brazil's robusta coffee prospects - but arabica hopes muted
There is more to Conab's revised coffee output forecast than there first appears. Still, it is currency factors which send prices lower
Strat Grains cuts hopes for EU wheat, barley harvests
... starting to put numbers on the cost to 2017 production of unduly dry and cold weather. German crops receive a separate downgrade from the DRV
Ag bulls 'should curtail joy' at rare sale of US wheat to Egypt
US wheat wins its first Gasc order in two years at tender, undercutting Russian supplies. But that may not mean US prices can rise, brokers say
PhosAgro sees Chinese cutbacks curbing phosphate price pressure
... however, the Russia-based group warns against overoptimism over prices too, given capacity rises elsewhere, echoing comments from Mosaic
USDA cautions over cattle price gloom - amid talk of fund selldown
US officials see cause for support for cattle prices, even amid a retreat in futures blamed on demand fears and "fund liquidation"
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Featured market report Fears of US replant 'of historical proportions' lift grains
Corn, soy futures open firm amid concerns over newly-sown US crops lost already to poor weather. Disease worries boost wheat. But cotton prices dip
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