February 03, 2023

Chicago Close: Soybeans Slip on Crude Oil Losses

Soybean futures posted small losses to end the week, weighed down by losses in crude oil and expectations for a big crop in Brazil this year.

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February 03, 2023

ICE Close: Strong Finish for Canola

Canola futures closed higher on Friday, after overcoming earlier losses.

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February 03, 2023

Agri-Food Strongest Growth Sector for Hamilton Port

Agri-food commodities are accounting for an increasing volume of shipments through the Hamilton port.

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February 03, 2023

Ag Commodity Demand Holding Up: Analyst

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February 03, 2023

World Food Prices Down for Tenth Straight Month

World food prices declined for the tenth consecutive month in January, with global oilseed values leading the way down.

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February 02, 2023

ICE Close: Old Crop Lower; New Crop Slightly Higher

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February 02, 2023

Chicago Close: Soybeans Up on Drier Argentine Forecast

Soybean futures closed higher on Thursday, rebounding from losses a day earlier on continued concern about Argentina soybean prospects.

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February 02, 2023

Map: January Prairie Precipitation Mostly Below Normal

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February 02, 2023

Demand for Canadian Flax Still Weak Despite Lower Prices

Prices may have fallen by more than half compared to a year earlier, but Canadian flax remains uncompetitive in global markets, nonetheless.

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February 01, 2023

ICE Close: Oilseed Weakness Pulls Down Canola

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February 01, 2023

Chicago Close: Soybeans Down on Brazil Harvest Pressure

The advancing harvest in Brazil weighed on soybean futures on Wednesday, even as the USDA attaché forecast a much smaller than expected crop in Argentina.

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February 01, 2023

USDA Attache Sees Much Smaller Argentina Soy Crop

Amid one of the worst droughts in recent history, the USDA attaché is projecting a much smaller than expected 2022-23 soybean crop in Argentina.

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February 01, 2023

Chart: Sideways Canola Action Expected to Continue

Canola and other oilseed markets are expected to chop mainly sideways for the time being, as they continue to eye the war in Ukraine and the drought in Argentina.

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