[BEIJING] Chinese officials have begun preparing to restart imports of US soybeans and liquefied natural gas, the first sign confirming the claims of President Donald Trump and the White House that...

[CHICAGO] US farmers are pleased that Donald Trump and Xi Jinping agreed to a trade truce, but they're not rejoicing just yet. That won't come until they see ships full of their soybeans...

[SINGAPORE] Commodity bull Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is undaunted by the sell-off in raw materials and is forecasting returns of about 17 per cent in the coming months, describing the current...

[CHICAGO]  It's getting nasty in Kansas...

[WASHINGTON] The US Department of Agriculture is not planning to extend an up to US$12 billion aid package for farmers into 2019, Secretary Sonny Perdue said on Monday, to mitigate farmer losses due...

[SAO PAULO] Crushers in Brazil are running out of soybeans amid tougher competition from Chinese buyers for the remaining 2017-18 season supplies.

COMMODITIES just posted the longest losing streak in more than three years, and analysts and investors are giving conflicting signals over whether the worst is over.

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FOR all its economic might, China hasn't been able to solve a crucial problem...

CHINESE companies are expected to cancel most of the remaining soyabeans they have committed to buy from the US in the year ending Aug 31 once the extra tariff on US imports takes effect from Friday.

CHINA will import record volumes of US oil and is likely to ship more US soya after Beijing signalled to state-run refiners and grains purchasers that they should buy more to help ease tensions...