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BayWa further expands international agriculture business

Munich, 27 November 2014

BayWa AG has established a new trading company through its Dutch holding BayWa Agrar International B.V. The new company, Cefetra Iberica S.L., based in Madrid (Spain), gives the BayWa Group direct access to agricultural markets on the Iberian Peninsula. The new company caters primarily to the demand for agricultural commodities from customers in the feedstuff and food industries in Spain and Portugal.

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Deere warns of weaker demand for tractors

Source: Financial Times, 26th November 2014

The world’s largest farm equipment maker is being hit by fall in crop prices including maize

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Lawsuit alleges metal price manipulation

Source: Financial Times, 26th November 2014

Class action filed by jeweller contends that ‘substantial profits’ were made during eight-year conspiracy

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Coffee prices rally as Vietnam crop falls

Source: Financial Times, 24th November 2014

Growers’ problems set to create biggest shortfall in 9 years

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BHP Billiton to extend capex cuts

Source: Financial Times, 24th November 2014

Anglo-Australian miner targets lower costs as weak commodity prices bite

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Coffee price rise tests consumer appetite

Source: Financial Times, 19th November 2014

Falling sales by US roaster throws arabica market into spin

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Platinum producers plan new trade body

Source: Financial Times, 18th November 2014

Amplats, Impala and Lonmin launch effort to increase demand amid rising costs and weak prices

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Fishmeal price tips scales against diners

Source: Financial Times, 16th November 2014

Cost of feed for shrimp, prawns and salmon leaps to an all-time high

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CME Group Announces First Trade of New USD-Denominated Palm Olein Swaps

London, 10 November 2014

CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced the first USD Malaysian Palm Olein Calendar Swaps were cleared on 4 November 2014, through CME ClearPort. The trade was between Just Oil & Grain Pte Ltd and another Singapore-based company, and was brokered by Starsupply (SG) Pte Ltd, part of the SCB Group.

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United Cacao to list on Aim in December

Source: Financial Times, 9th November 2014

Move comes amid concerns structure of cocoa industry cannot meet rapidly rising global demand

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