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Global Grain & Oilseed Markets
  • Corn bottoms out, with nowhere to go
  • Supply growth levels off but with demand turning flat, there is nothing that could drive prices higher. Late 2014 has seen corn and soy level and rebound to around US$4.05/bushel and US$10.50/bushel respectively, approximately 10% above levels anticipated for the start of 2015. .
  • China: More imported steak and less foreign corn
  • Policies that favour expensive corn and cheap pork are changing the type of agribusiness inputs that China chooses to import. Although the demand dynamics of China's vast agribusiness market have grown as expected, the feed-to-meat supply chain components appear to be developing in a different manner than was forecast.
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