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Frost 'bigger threat' than rain to Australia's wheat output

Western Australia crop hopes fade, as it braces for the latest in a series of frosts. In the east, rains may hurt quality, but not quantity

World chocolate market at a 'tipping point'
... says Euromonitor, flagging disappointing demand growth in the likes of China, and competition in the West from healthier snacks
Shift in cocoa grind to growing nations spurs cocoa price wobbles
Cocoa processers' shift to bean-producing countries has a cost in market transparency, Rabobank says, as Cote d'Ivoire's grind heads for revival
AM markets: are wheat futures starting to show some mettle?
Not that they were posting gains in early deals, but there are signs they may be loosening their ties to corn. China auction talk depresses cotton
Hedge funds won't lose their taste for sugar futures 'any time soon'
Rabobank unveils a big upgrade to its sugar price forecast, as it sees the heavy speculative net long remaining in place
Russia has 'good moisture' for wheat, SovEcon says
Andrey Sizov tells Agrimoney that Russia is seeing good conditions for winter wheat sowing, despite European Commissn concerns
Changes in cocoa output map boost vulnerability to weather setbacks
The raised reliance of world cocoa output on West African mid crops, and Ecuador, has lifted weather risks, Armajaro Research says
West Africa stranglehold overshadows hopes for cocoa output rebound
Cocoa production will recover strongly in 2016-17, and edge ahead of demand for the rest of the decade - as long as West Africa stays stable
Bumper harvests to send Ceres Global Ag grain volumes soaring
The silos-to-logistics group, attempting to draw a line under durum losses, is to see its crop volumes near-double, backed by new capacity too
Russian wheat sowings 'threatened by dry weather'
Dry soils in south western Russian "raise concerns" about winter wheat prospects there, the European Commission says
Hedge funds prefer hard wheat to soft, coffee to cocoa, cattle to hogs...
Hedge funds, having spent months betting on gains in soft commodity prices and losses in grains, focus on spreads within ag sectors
Platts lifts estimate for world sugar deficit, amid waning Brazil hopes
The analyst sees demand far outstripping output in 2016-17, as worries grow over the second half of the Brazilian cane crushing season
China's tariff on imports of DDGs threatens US soymeal prices
China, the world's top buyer of distillers' grains, slaps a tariff on its imports - with potential knock on implications in the US feed market
Cocktail of concerns dogs start to Brazil's soy sowing season

Brazilian soybean sowings look poised to grow at their slowest pace in a decade - with farmers facing dryness and seed worries too

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