CME live cattle eases with cash; tight supply underpins

CME November feeder cattle fell 3.200 cents to 174.625 cents per lb., after Chicago Board of Trade corn futures gained on smaller-than-expected stocks reported by the U.S. Agriculture Department.Cattl…

Food prices may stay elevated

No wonder, the London-based International Grains Council, an intergovernmental body, has forecast global corn stocks to dip to 300 million tonnes representing just 80 days’ consumption next year, t…

Corn, soybeans firm on slower U.S. harvest; wheat gains 1%

The European Union’s crop monitoring service MARS on Monday raised its projections for Russia’s 2022 wheat crop to a new record high, but lowered its grain maize crop forecast to take account of h…

Wheat, corn and soybean futures sag on recession fears

Russia’s Sovecon consultancy on Thursday raised its forecast for the crop to 100 million tonnes.Along with macroeconomic woes, estimates of the wheat crop in Russia, the world’s top exporter, are …

Ship with Ukrainian corn, vegetable oil docks in Lebanon

Razoni was the first ship to leave from Ukraine heading to Lebanon after a wartime deal signed between the United Nations and several countries for the save passage of movement of the ships carrying v…