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Cereals North America

Cereals North America is a joint venture between CWB in Canada and AgResource Company in the US. Cereals North America is the first truly international conference trade show and exhibition for the trade to meet and do business in grain and oilseeds. Cereals North America is organized by the trade, for the trade, and not by a professional conference or media company. As such this event is unique.

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Daily Research

    9/16/2014 Malaysian Palm and World Veg Oil Update ARC discusses the recent surge in palm oil supplies in Malaysia, and looks at the 2014/15 world veg oil market.

    9/15/2014 US Soybean Crush Rate in August ARC looks at a NOPA data for August for an indication of monthly and annual US crush rates.

    9/12/2014 US Farmland Price Update ARC looks at recent USDA updates to US cropland prices and rental rates. How much did farmland prices increase over the last year and what can be expected in 2015?

    9/11/2014 September Crop Report Analysis ARC reviews crop production and balance estimates from the USDA's September report.

    9/10/2014 Corn and Soybean Seasonal Price Analysis ARC takes a look at the timing of seasonal lows in corn and beans, and compares them to USDA stocks and yield forecasts.

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