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Monday, October 28, 2013
Australian bank cuts Western Australia's wheat production forecast
October 28, 2013 Australian bank cuts Western Australia's wheat production forecast   The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), one of the nation's largest banks, has still revised down the country's expected wheat production despite good s ...
Friday, August 23, 2013
China may become Australia's largest wheat buyer
August 23, 2013 China may become Australia's largest wheat buyer   China, which is expected to surpass Indonesia as Australia's largest customer of wheat in 2013-14, has bought 55,000 tonnes of Australian wheat at around US$330/tonne, basis ...
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
China's Australian wheat import continues to rise
July 31, 2013 China's Australian wheat import continues to rise In the past six weeks, China has rushed into the Australian wheat market, snapping up 1.5 million tonnes of grain, sparking hopes among grain traders that China may buy a recor ...
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Monsanto increases investment into Australian wheat breeding
July 10, 2013 Monsanto increases investment into Australian wheat breeding   As part of the initial agreement announced in 2010, Monsanto Australia increased its shareholding in InterGrain to 26% from its current 19.9% on June 28. The Weste ...
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Australia's wheat forecast seen to increase
June 13, 2013 Australia's wheat forecast seen to increase   Australia's wheat production is predicted to increase this crop year, which would help the country replenish its granaries, though the expected extra supply does not address immedi ...
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Deregulation boosts Australian wheat sales to Asia
April 10, 2013 Deregulation boosts Australian wheat sales to Asia The deregulation of Australia's wheat industry has led to more opportunities for Australian growers in the Asian markets. Graydon Chong, Rabobank's senior grains and oilseeds ...
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Indian wheat may become a close competitor to Australian wheat
As India's wheat production forecast to be over 90 million tonnes, Indian wheat is proving to be very popular on the world market with its price to be a lot cheaper than Australian wheat. Flour millers in South East Asia say the quality of ...
Monday, March 11, 2013
Indonesia buys 25,000 tonnes of Australian wheat for May 2013 imports
Indonesia has acquired 25,000 tonnes of Australian wheat for May 2013 imports as world prices continue to drop this week, due to improving weather across the US grain belt and other producing regions, and, thus, better supply prospects. Ind ...
Friday, March 8, 2013
Australia anticipates slight decline in wheat price
March 8, 2013 Australia anticipates slight decline in wheat price Due to the large harvest expected, Australia's wheat price is forecast to be lower in the crop year 2013-14, but the drop will not be too big as the shrunken wheat stocks fir ...
Friday, February 22, 2013
Australia revises estimates for wheat production
February 22, 2013 Australia revises estimates for wheat production Australia has increased its wheat output estimate for the present marketing year by a fraction from its December estimate. The Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource ...
Friday, February 22, 2013
China buys 400,000 wheat from Australia
February 22, 2013 China buys 400,000 wheat from Australia China has acquired about 400,000 tonnes of wheat from Australia. It has also bought 100,000 tonnes of Canadian wheat in recent days, European traders said. The purchases were in addi ...
Thursday, December 13, 2012
China emerges as top buyer of Australian wheat
December 13, 2012 China emerges as top buyer of Australian wheat   China has re-emerged as a top buyer of Australian crop as it imported 2.39 million tonnes of Australian wheat in 2011-12, more than four times from the previous season's pur ...
Friday, November 9, 2012
Australia's 2012-13 wheat output estimates down
As unfriendly crop weather dents yields, Australia's 2012-13 wheat output estimates were cut by analysts and traders to 20.47 million tonnes while exports might shrink to a three-year low. Both forecasts fall significantly short of most rec ...
Monday, November 5, 2012
Thailand buys US wheat while Indonesia buys Australian wheat
November 5, 2012 Thailand buys US wheat while Indonesia buys Australian wheat   As Asian importers covered supplies for next few months, Thai flour millers bought 45,000 tonnes of US wheat this week for shipment in December, while an Indone ...
Friday, November 2, 2012
Australia's declining wheat shipments to affect global exports
After droughts withered crops around the world, the deepest slump in Australian wheat exports in six years will aggravate the biggest decrease in global exports in a generation. Sales by Australia, last year's second-largest supplier, will ...

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