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Cotton yield “not enough to justify the cost” after year of difficult weather

Between a wet spring that forced farmers to replant new crops and a dry summer that didn’t allow them to grow, the cotton crop yield is not as high as some officials wanted. “We...

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Cotton stays up on technicals, renewed US-China trade hopes

ICE cotton futures rose more than 1% on Wednesday after falling for four straight sessions on technical buying, while report suggesting progress on the US-China trade talks rekindled some optimism for a breakthrough. Cotton...

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GRAINS-WHEAT EXTENDS SLIDE, HITS 9-DAY LOW ON AMPLE GLOBAL SUPPLIES

U.S. wheat futures dropped for a third straight session on Wednesday as pressure from ample global supplies pushed prices to a nine-day low. The most active wheat futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade...

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Russian wheat prices up on rising demand

Russian wheat prices recorded a third consecutive weekly rise last week as higher demand from exporters and domestic processors offset rising supply from farmers, selling part of their stockpile before the New Year, analysts...

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Whopping cotton production shortfall

How ironic it is that a country whose economy’s mainstay is agriculture is going to witness a whopping shortfall of cotton bales. item, the government has stated that there would be a shortfall of...

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WEEKLY COTTON REVIEW: prices slide by Rs 150

The prices of cotton decrease by Rs 150 to Rs 300 per maund. According to the estimates of Advisor on Commerce and Textiles Abdul Razak Dawood eighty lac bales of cotton will be produced....

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Sugar edges up in quiet trade as supplies tighten

ICE white sugar prices edged up on Thursday in quiet, holiday thinned trade, as funds continued to scale back short positions, though producer selling of excess stocks capped gains. Sugar, coffee and cocoa markets...

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UP sugar mills not interested in converting old sugar to ethanol

PUNE: The food ministry’s latest notification allowing India’s sugar producers to convert surplus stocks into ethanol to be blended with petrol comes as an additional support measure for the industry. However, mills in Uttar...

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French Farmers Clog Cities To Protest Falling Prices

Hundreds of French farmers descended on Paris by tractor Wednesday to protest the struggles of the farming community and put pressure on supermarket chains to pay them more for their produce. Some 340 kilometres...

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The battle for Pakistan’s farms

Good’ opportunities exist in Pakistan for US investors, so sayeth USDA agriculture counsellor Rey Santella, as reported by this newspaper yesterday. Apparently, there is a big a potential for expanding trade and investment ties...