UK wheat exports to hit-seven year high

... removing the threat of a sharp build in stocks, fears of which drove prices to their lowest since 2010, official data show

Fonterra flags sobering NZ farmgate milk price
Hold the cream! New Zealand's top dairy cooperative paints a gloomy picture for farmgate milk prices in the world's largest exporter
Are family-owned businesses the key to de-risking overseas investments?
Greg Harvey, chief executive of Interflour Group, tells Agrimoney of the value of family-owned enterprises as partners in emerging markets
Soymeal prices soar to new highs, as US supply tightens
Processor shutdowns, a shortage of dried distiller's grains, and ongoing fears over supplies from Argentina push prices up over 4%
Phosphate demand 'to rally' in 2016
Rising crop prices and increased credit access in key markets will drive higher phosphate demand, PhosAgro says
Brazil wheat prices hit two-year high, amid scramble for feed
Brazilian wheat prices are soaring, lifted by a knock-on effect of a squeeze on corn supplies, and contrasting with flat global markets
Marex plans growth in commodities, into void left by banks
Marex's new boss says the brokerage is to make "exciting new investments", as it unveils a jump in operating profits to a record high
Rabobank cautious over revivals in grain, coffee, sugar prices
The bank lifts price forecasts for many ags - but to below levels that investors are factoring in. Cotton offers rare hope for bulls
Monsanto rejects $62bn Bayer offer - but says open to talks
Shares in Monsanto rise, despite the US seed giant rejecting as "financially inadequate" a $1122-a-share bid from German rival Bayer
Smucker slashes coffee prices, seeing no 'significant' market recovery
Prices for commodity coffee will stay low, the seller of Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts coffee said, as it cut retail pricing
After months of record hot weather, El Nino comes to an end
With Pacific sea temperatures back to normal, Australian forecasters finally call time on El Nino
Dairy commodity prices may not recover until 2017
... and farmgate milk values may stay "very low" until 2018, US officials say, flagging the prospect of further "oversupplies" of EU milk
'About 80%' of Ukraine soy grown - illegally - from GM seed
US officials claim that most Ukrainian soybeans, and some corn, are grown from genetically modified seed, which is prohibited in the country
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