|Bid||43.11 x 3200|
|Ask||0.00 x 27000|
|Day's Range||44.32 - 44.88|
|52 Week Range||38.59 - 46.25|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.97|
|Earnings Date||Jul 31, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.34 (2.92%)|
|1y Target Est||47.92|
Keith Bliss of Cuttone and Company joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves after President Trump pulled out of the planned North Korea summit.
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At the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholder meeting, Warren Buffett explains why his friendship with Bill Gates has precluded him from buying Microsoft.
Research reports have been issued by WallStEquities.com on Adecoagro S.A. (NYSE: AGRO), Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. (NYSE: ADM), Bunge Ltd (NYSE: BG), and Origin Agritech Ltd (NASDAQ: SEED). Farm Products companies engage in the manufacture, marketing, and distribution of goods and supplies required by consumers and other segments of the agriculture industry.
Brazilian sugar producers and soybean processors say their operations have been affected by nationwide truckers protests against high diesel prices that entered a third day on Wednesday, industry groups said on Wednesday. Cane industry group Unica said some sugar mills in the country's center-south region reduced cane harvesting this week due to short diesel fuel supplies.
Brazil's government has not paid out subsidies pledged to corn producers and grain handlers that were due weeks ago, blaming recipients' faulty documentation, farmers and a state agency told Reuters. Some 8.71 million tonnes of corn were traded via government support programs in 2017, representing 9 percent of Brazil's output that season, according to food supply and statistics agency Conab. Conab, which administers the PEP and PEPRO programs, budgeted 499 million reais ($137 million) in subsidies to farmers and trading firms for 2017, providing state compensation for selling and shipping corn when prices were depressed following a bumper crop.
Most of agricultural trader Archer Daniels Midland Co's sorghum shipments to China had been diverted and resold to other markets when Beijing dropped an anti-dumping probe into U.S. imports of the grain ...
Prices for diesel fuel may revisit record highs within the next year or two, affecting many markets—from refiners to transportation to agriculture. “Prosperity in the global economy comes with a price, and it can really manifest itself in diesel or jet fuel prices,” says Tom Kloza, global head of energy analysis at OPIS.
In a joint venture at a Wisconsin plant, flour milled from Iowa yellow peas is mixed with water and spun at high speed through stainless steel drums, separating the protein from starch and fibre. The resulting powder ends up blended into waffle mixes, sports drinks, nutrition bars and protein shakes - small examples of a much larger push by the world’s biggest agriculture firms to find alternative plant-based proteins to feed people and livestock worldwide. "When we looked at where is the future going, the pea is the up-and-coming thing," said David Henstrom, Cargill Inc’s vice-president of starches, sweeteners and texturizers.
Cargill, the global grains trader, sees the future of protein in the humble pea. The resulting powder ends up blended into waffle mixes, sports drinks, nutrition bars and protein shakes - small examples of a much larger push by the world’s biggest agriculture firms to find alternative plant-based proteins to feed people and livestock worldwide. "When we looked at where is the future going, the pea is the up-and-coming thing," said David Henstrom, Cargill Inc’s vice-president of starches, sweeteners and texturizers.
Unfavorable weather weighed on the most recent quarterly results for many of the agriculture companies we cover, as a delayed start to the U.S. planting season reduced sales across every crop input category.
China dropped its anti-dumping probe into imports of U.S. sorghum on Friday, beating a hasty retreat from a dispute that wreaked chaos across the global grain market and raised concerns about rising costs and financial damage at home. The move was seen as a goodwill concession as Chinese Vice Premier Liu He was in Washington for talks aimed at resolving trade tensions between the world's two largest economies.
Oil firms that have won drilling rights during Mexico's landmark energy reforms have made little progress on developing about two-thirds of the projects because of the nation's tangled regulatory regime, according to company executives and government data. Mexico has auctioned off more than 100 contracts to foreign and local companies since President Enrique Pena Nieto started opening the nation's oil fields to foreign investment in 2013. Securing approvals is a "cumbersome and arduous process resulting in a significant choke point for drilling wells," said Craig Steinke, chief executive of Renaissance Oil Corp, which has five projects in Mexico, three of them stalled in permitting.
Bartlett and Company, which says it is a top exporter of U.S. grain to Mexico, will merge with logistics provider Savage Companies, the firms said on Wednesday, in the latest round of consolidation to hit the struggling agriculture sector. Officials for Missouri-based Bartlett and Utah-based Savage declined to release financial terms of the deal, which they expect to close in August. The merger, once finalized, will create a new business named Savage Enterprises, according to the privately held companies.
CHICAGO/NEW YORK, May 16 (Reuters) - Global grain merchants Archer Daniels Midland Co and Bunge Ltd can withstand agricultural trade disruptions arising from U.S.-China tensions and potentially profit from them, company executives said on Wednesday. Soren Schroder, chief executive of Bunge, and Ray Young, ADM's chief financial officer, also said at an investor conference in New York that their companies were benefiting from a savage drought in Argentina that has increased soy processing margins and trading prospects.
Global grain merchant Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM)feels it can manage its supply chain to adapt to China's threatened tariffs on imports of U.S. soybeans, Chief Financial Officer Ray Young said on Wednesday. The Chicago-based company is confident the world's two largest economies will "get through" the trade dispute, and sees an opportunity for China to import additional ethanol, Young said at the BMO Capital Markets 2018 Farm to Market Conference in New York. Beijing has threatened tariffs on imports of U.S. products including soybeans, America's top agricultural export to China, worth more than $12 billion last year.
U.S. agribusiness group Bunge (BG.N) said on Wednesday it was reducing biodiesel output at a German refinery, the latest in a series of production cuts in Germany following a surge of cheap imports of the green fuel into Europe. Bunge expects to initially cut output at its Mannheim biodiesel plant by 50 percent in the second quarter of 2018, a Bunge spokeswoman said. The EU’s removal of duties on low-price biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia created a surge in EU imports forcing European producers to cut production in coming months.
U.S. agribusiness group Bunge said on Wednesday it was reducing biodiesel output at a German refinery, the latest in a series of production cuts in Germany following a surge of cheap imports of the green fuel into Europe. Bunge expects to initially cut output at its Mannheim biodiesel plant by 50 percent in the second quarter of 2018, a Bunge spokeswoman said. The EU’s removal of duties on low-price biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia created a surge in EU imports forcing European producers to cut production in coming months.
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Singapore-listed commodity trader Wilmar International Ltd posted a 40.6 percent fall in its first-quarter net profit on Thursday, citing weaker performance in its tropical oils segment and seasonal losses ...
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Poor weather in South America, changing trade policies and cost cuts are improving profitability for the world’s largest crop traders and processors after lean years that spurred deal talks and a reckoning with the consequences of bigger harvests around the world. Archer Daniels Midland Co. and Bunge Ltd. reported better-than-expected earnings this week, building on analyst projections that tighter commodity supplies could drive crop trading and processing profits higher this year. The grain giants buy crops from farmers, trade them to food manufacturers and process them into animal feed, vegetable oil and other products.