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SocGen calls time on bearish arabica bet - as premium hits historic low

The bank closes a call for investors to bet on a shrinking arabica premium over robusta coffee - as the gap hits its lowest since 2008

French wheat crop rating tumbles as heatwave saps crops
... but the prospect of more benign weather ahead prevents much of a rally in Paris wheat futures
Argentina issues soy, wheat downgrades - but ups corn harvest
The South American ag powerhouse trims its wheat sowings estimate close to figures from other forecasts. But corn output will hit a record
AM markets: corn, soy, cotton revive from multi-month lows
... helped by stable oil and a slightly weaker dollar. But can it last? Hurdles ahead include options expiry, besides whatever weather forecasts show
Ideas of harvest delays price Russian wheat out of Egyptian tender
Russian wheat misses out at a tender by Egypt's Gasc for only the second time in a year. Romania, Ukraine win orders. French is cheaper too
Tereos underlines industry scramble to exploit EU sugar shake-up
The world's third largest sugar producer sees a 25% surge in its beet volumes in its key French market, as the sector braces for quota removal
New Zealand milk output to pull out of decline, as prices recover
... to judge by a forecast from sector giant Fonterra. Still, milk output will remain below record levels, amid some farmer debt struggles
UK turns net wheat importer, as ethanol plant demand surges
UK wheat imports this season will exceed exports for only the fourth time in 25 years, officials say, flagging growing biofuels demand
Ribeye prices hit record, as quest for fat spreads to meat from dairy
Ribeye steak prices follow butter in soaring as "consumers vote for more flavour" - as long as it comes from fat rather than sugar
Could Zimbabwe return to being a net corn exporter?
The country, once famed for its agricultural production, has revealed plans to return to exports by 2020. But is this really likely?
Abares slashes world sugar price hopes, citing raised output ideas
The official Australian crop bureau reverses to expect a rise in world sugar stocks in 2017-18, despite a cut to domestic output prospects
Wheat futures renew rally, amid fresh worries over EU, US dryness
Data show US spring wheat deteriorating further, defying expectations of revival. In Europe, a heatwave spurs worries of crop "scalding"
Abares adds sorghum to list of crops seeing production downgrade
... for 2017-18, with the bureau citing competition with cotton for land. Among wine crops, Abares makes a deep cut to canola export hopes
Ag trade in the era of Trump and Brexit - new Agrimoney report

Donald Trump's election, and dynamics evident in Brexit, pose big questions - including in agriculture. A new Agrimoney report gives answers

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