Evening round-up

Tues 29th November 2016
Evening round-up
Funds tire of soybean futures amid commodity sell-off
Fears that Opec negotiations are stalling triggers a rash of profit taking in commodities, ending a seven-session bull run

Hedge funds favour grains to soft commodities - but will it last?
Hedge funds turn more bearish on softs - except cotton - while swinging bullish grains. But has this left the likes of corn vulnerable to selling?

EU wheat exports to bounce next season, says Strategie Grains
Recovering production within the bloc, and lower competition from the Black Sea and the US, will support exports, the analysis group says

On-farm storage reduces harvest pressure in Black Sea
Increased Asian demand, and higher farm storage, disrupted the seasonal decline of Russian wheat prices this season, but those trends could unwind

Chinese demand for extra feed to grow, on rising GDP
As Chinese GDP grows, there will be an increase in protein consumption amongst the population, which will be met by imports

EU wheat output to revive, a bit, in 2017 - in line with future trend
Strategie Grains, in its first estimates for EU soft wheat output next year, tells the AgriRisk Forum volumes will recover, but not to 2015 levels

Mounting hedge fund interest 'to boost ag market volatility' ahead
Speculators, "susceptible to popular delusion", are to increase ag price swings, Commerzbank's Eugen Weinberg tells the AgriRisk Forum

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