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Sovecon raises forecast for Russian wheat harvest

By Jane Byrne

Russian consultancy, Sovecon, has further raised its forecast for Russia’s wheat harvest, now at 94.7Mt, up from a previous 90.9Mt estimate, due to what it says are record yields and rain improving the outlook for spring wheat.

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WASDE: No game changers or dramatic surprises

By Jane Byrne

The was limited revision to soybean and corn estimates in the latest WASDE but the global wheat supply and demand this month has eased slightly, with the report forecasting an increase in global production estimates.

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WASDE: An optimistic view of global wheat and corn production

By Jane Byrne

This week saw the USDA release its first official look to World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) for next season, alongside the first time that the UK has been split from the EU, an interesting report in what has been a big data week,...

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WASDE: Corn, soybean yields climb as corn use grows

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Bearish and bullish surprises in new feed crop production and use data. as the WASDE report shows an increase in corn and soybean yields balanced by a boost to corn feeding, says analyst.

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US: Feed crop prices fall following WASDE data release

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Feed crop quality continues to be uncertain for feed users, even as questions remain about total production for current corn and soybean crops, says analyst at Iowa State University.

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WASDE report in line with expectations

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Although the WASDE report brought bearish news for feed crop producers, there was little change in the commodity markets, said Chad Hart, associate professor of economics, crop markets specialist and extension economist with Iowa State University.

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Oilseeds supported by trade deal optimism

By Jane Byrne

CRM AgriCommodities says global oilseeds values have edged higher this week as markets sensed a more optimistic tone in the trade negotiation between the US and China.