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The protein content in Brazilian soybeans fell for the first time in four harvests in 2018, according to preliminary government data...
Chinese customs is no longer permitting coal cargoes to enter the country at the ports of Jingtang and Caofeidian, said three coal traders, who were told by customs officials of the halt on Tuesday.
The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index hit a five-and-a-half-year high on Monday on the back of strong demand for capesize vessels shipping iron ore.
QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said the 11 percent increase on the same month last year highlighted the increasing demand from world markets for Queensland’s coal.
Demand for US thermal coal will “erode significantly” between 2020 and 2030 as total use for US power generation could fall to as little as 11%...
The EU exported a total of 22 million mt of wheat in the 2018-19 marketing season (July-June), down 4% on the year, latest data from the EU Crops Market Observatory data showed.
China and SEA & Pacific to Remain Dominant Regional Markets
Australian mining sets new trade record
A cargo ship docked at a port south of Sydney last month carried a highly unusual product: wheat.
This maiden shipment will be delivered to customers in China, with a second shipment expected to leave soon on MV Ultralaz carrying approximately 62,000 tonnes of iron ore concentrate.