Brazil forward soy sales climb, physical biz stalls-Celeres.

Discussion in 'Ag Futures' started by kanellop, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. kanellop


    Hello Again to All.

    Exist the following News: .

    Soybeans will "burn" a lot number of People there and not only,

    if the El Nino Phenomenon starts to evolve,

    i guess.


    i have informations that say,

    Soybeans Crop Areas Conditions in Brazil are still drier than needed.

    Also, Brazilian Soybeans Producers,

    have sell 41% of their next Soybeans Crop...

    Kind Regards,

    George Kanellopoulos.
  2. hey George, what's going on in Africa?
  3. kanellop


    Hello Again.

    As i have learn,

    they have Major Troubles in 2 things.

    Both are above than Bad...

    1) Have the Ebola Virus,

    2) Be Hungry.

    ( This will happen anytime soon and in other Places of the World,

    with my small opinion. )

    Kind Regards,

    George Kanellopoulos.
  4. I have family in Mali, mostly all they grow is cotton and peanuts.

    Did you check out that Reuters Africa site?

    I haven't kept up with it.

    The maize crop could start to be very interesting.

    Most who overplanted corn this year in USA will probably go back to beans next year.

    My family in Iowa is not the least bit worried, they say this happens every 20 years and times have been very good recently and they have crop insurance.
  5. kanellop


    Hello Again.

    Yes, exist some News for the Country Mali.

    But belongs to Geopolitics.

    Seems that there have troubles with some Islamic Groups.

    Possibly, exist a Chaos to that Country right now,

    especially in the North.

    By the way,

    the Country Mali brings to me something from the past that i had research it a little.

    Have very big Population of Camels.

    This Animal is very serious and makes good Milk.

    With my Opinion this Country,

    have a bery big Future Potential if calm the things there and nice and interesting People will govern it.

    Now, for this:

    " Did you check out that Reuters Africa site? ",

    i make a very fast look,

    and goes back in the Grains Informations and to my Grains Trading...

    Best Regards,

    George Kanellopoulos.