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Agriculture & Softs Commodity News | Commodities News – Wheat, Corn, Coffee

Bunge results hit by slow farmer selling

Source: Financial Times, 30th October 2014

South American producers held on to grains amid plunging prices and inflation worries

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Bunge 3Q results hit by slow farmer selling

Source: Financial Times, 30th October 2014

South American producers held on to grains amid plunging prices and inflation worries

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CME Group reports big switch to futures

Source: Financial Times, 30th October 2014

Traders used instead of OTC interest rate swaps when volatility hit

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Euronext launches rapeseed derivatives complex

Paris, 29 October 2014

Euronext has announced the launch on 14 November 2014 of a full Rapeseed derivatives solution. The only product of its type to include such a wide range of products, it will allow the industry to trade individual futures and options contracts for rapeseed grain, meal and oil. Euronext is the first exchange in the world to offer this combination of hedging instrument for rapeseed.

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China to open market to Argentine sorghum

Source: Financial Times, 26th October 2014

However, opening may come late as China seeks to cut corn stockpiles

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Reliance and BP plans remain uncertain

Source: Financial Times, 20th October 2014

Increase in price is below what companies were hoping for to cover investment

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Africa instability main threat for cocoa

Source: Financial Times, 17th October 2014

Market is watching Ebola-hit nations for signs of spreading panic

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Africa instability main threat for cocoa

Source: Financial Times, 17th October 2014

Market is watching Ebola-hit nations for signs of spreading panic

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Thomson Reuters Foundation and FAO launch global food security news platform

Rome, 15 October 2014

The Thomson Reuters Foundation, the corporate charity of the world's biggest news and information provider, and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today launched a comprehensive global news platform dedicated to food issues.

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Europe’s big comeback will shake up sugar

Source: Financial Times, 15th October 2014

After years of absence, EU is set to become leading player

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