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ICE Close: Canola Ends the Week in the Red

April 03, 2020

Canola futures finished lower on Friday, amid light trading volumes.

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Chicago Close: Wheat Up for First Time in Four Sessions

April 03, 2020

Wheat futures managed gains on Friday, the Chicago market’s first advances in four sessions.

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Chart: March an Unkind Month for Corn Futures

April 03, 2020

Among corn, wheat and soybean futures, it was corn that fared the worst during the month of March as the global covid-19 pandemic hit hard at home, while wheat actually rose.

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Demand Up Sharply for Food, Other Consumer Goods

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Corn Outlook Growing More Bleak

April 03, 2020

The potential for a record large U.S. production and faltering old-crop demand is making for a bleak outlook for corn.

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ICE Close: Soyoil Up but Canola Ends Lower

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Chicago Close: Weekly Export Sales Weigh on Wheat

April 02, 2020

Weak export demand helped send wheat futures to further losses on Thursday.

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Port of Thunder Bay Grain Volumes Expected Above Normal

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APAS Launches Weekly COVID-19 Survey

April 02, 2020

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) has launched an online survey to collect information about how COVID-19 is affecting farmers in the province.

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Headline Acreage Estimates Not Likely to Change Much: Ag Economists

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ICE Close: Soyoil Losses Weigh

April 01, 2020

Canola contracts finished lower on Wednesday amid pressure from Chicago soyoil.

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Chicago Close: Futures Battered by Stock Market Losses

April 01, 2020

Corn, wheat and soybean futures were all battered on Wednesday amid further losses in the stock markets.

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Map: South Dakota Corn, Soy Intentions Up Sharply

April 01, 2020

A significant portion of this year’s expected big increase in U.S. corn and soybean planted area is coming in South Dakota, where overly wet weather negatively impacted seeding a year ago.

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