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professionals: executives,
sales, farmers, traders and industrials.


We provide real time
quotes, key market information, fundamental and technical analysis.


We manage your risk
daily thanks to our expert advisory, reports and to a dedicated hotline.


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internet & extranet websites, mobile websites & applications and much more.

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FinanceAgri emerges as a leading commodity IT company delivering real time decisive commodity information to the Agro-industry. Capitalizing on a decade of proven industrial experience leveraging the latest innovative and creative technologies, FinanceAgri provides critical content through customizable trading tools and a reputable customer service.



#MorningBriefing - #Soybeans recovered further, supported by bargain hunting and new optimism regarding the US/China trade talks. #Corn lost almost 1% amid sales on technical considerations. #Wheat rebound slightly after two bearish sessions.

#MorningBriefing - #Corn harvest went forward in despite of the unfavorable weather conditions but still remains 9% behind the 5 years average. The lower #wheat weighed on the market. #Soybeans seems stabilizing after 10 days where prices declined every day.

#MorningBriefing CBOT #soybeans closed slightly ▲. #Corn remained stable supported by a series of sales to unknown destinations. #Wheat ▲ 1% amid short-covering, lower US acreage and lower production in Australia. Commodity funds remain long soybeans and short corn and wheat.

#MorningBriefing - #Soybeans dropped close to 1.5% on Friday amid a lack of fresh news and #Chinese purchases. #Corn remained stable while #wheat recorded modest gains. This morning on Globex, corn and wheat trade lower. Today is #USDA's Weekly Grain Inspections.

#MorningBriefing - #USDA released yesterday afternoon its weekly export sales report. # Corn sales were slightly better than expected but the market remains under harvest pressure. #Soybeans sales were sharply ▼ and well below market expectations. #Wheat sales were also ▼ .

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Next Exchanges

CEMI Milano – June 22nd, 2018
Gdansk Grain Exchange – July 19th, 2018