Thursday , 19 October 2017

Japan resumes U.S. wheat tenders

Japan resumes U.S. wheat tenders

Eric Mortenson/Capital Press Operator Justin Waggoner combines wheat near Condon, Ore. Japan has resumed purchases of U.S. wheat. Eric Mortenson/Capital Press Operator Justin Wagg ...

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US Wheat Associates Keeping American Wheat Competetive In Global Trade

US Wheat Associates Keeping American Wheat Competetive In Global Trade

There is a lot of change happening in world trade right now and organizations like the US Wheat Associates are working to ensure that American interests are being upheld. Associat ...

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Thailand buys U.S. wheat; Australia sells to SE Asia

Thailand buys U.S. wheat; Australia sells to SE Asia

Thai flour mills bought about 100,000 tonnes of U.S. wheat in recent deals, while exporters in Australia sold around 25,000 tonnes of the grain to be delivered into Southeast Asia ...

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Changing Dynamics Of U.S. Wheat

Changing Dynamics Of U.S. Wheat

Over the past 20 years, roughly 10 million tonnes of U.S. wheat exports have shifted from price-sensitive markets to quality-driven markets, the U.S. Wheat Association (USW) repor ...

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The value behind USDA’s early U.S. crop predictions

The value behind USDA’s early U.S. crop predictions

Predicting the future with precision is tough unless you are a psychic, a trait that most grain analysts, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, do not possess. Last Thursd ...

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Ag markets: below-forecast US rains help wheat, hurt cotton

Ag markets: below-forecast US rains help wheat, hurt cotton

OK, parts Texas received a bit of a soaking over the weekend, as the remnants of Hurricane Patricia hit. Some areas of the state received 20 inches of rainfall, according to Commo ...

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U.S. wheat hits 4-week low as relieving rains forecast

U.S. wheat hits 4-week low as relieving rains forecast

Chicago wheat futures fell to a 4-week low on Monday with forecast rains poised to improve the outlook for U.S. winter crops while global supplies remain plentiful. Corn also ease ...

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