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22 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
NICOLÁS FERRER
Recent trends in credit and deposit markets
The uptick in economic activity has resulted in a sustained increase in the volume of credit, despite the relatively high floor of interest rates set by the Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA). However, the growth in time deposits has stalled, and not even a decrease in passive rates paid by banks has been enough to stop their profitability to suffer.


22 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
BERGERO - CALZADA - SESÉ
Estimation of bulk agricultural products logistics in Argentina during 2016
We analyze the transport of bulk agricultural products in Argentina during 2016. We estimate the quantity of trucks, train wagons and barges that delivered grains, meals and oils to all the country terminal ports. We also estimated the ocean vessels that entered the Argentinian port system to load bulk agricultural products and transport them abroad. The  figures are shocking.  It is calculated that 2.6 million trucks, 260,000 wagons, 3,000 barges and 2,900 ocean vessels arrived to and sailed from the 6 bulk port hubs (Gran Rosario, Bahía Blanca, Quequén, Zárate, Ramallo and Villa Constitución/San Nicolás).


22 may 2017 | Crop Progress and Condition Reports
GEA - Strategic Guide for the Agribusiness
In the midst of a storm that can cause an unexpected drop of wheat area
The need to rotate crops, fight weeds and eliminate water excess confirms the intention to increase wheat area by 5-10%. However, there are areas still in bad conditions because of mud and water excesses. Water is not receding.


22 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
SOFÍA CORINA
Between the local uptrend and the international collapse
Unusual week for the market. Rosario Arbitration Board soybean price jumped more than 3% in one day to touch $ 3,880 / t, while in Chicago it sank $ 10 after political crisis in Brazil. The daily strengthening of 2.5% of the local exchange rate avoided local prices drop.


22 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
EMILCE TERRÉ
Impact of Brazil’s "Temer effect" on the Argentine economy and agriculture
It is said that when America sneezes, the world catches a cold. However, the political crisis unleashed in Brazil this week reminds us that at a regional level our weak point has historically been the ups and downs of the Brazilian economy. What can be expected for the Argentine economy in general and for the agricultural sector in particular?


15 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
BERGERO – CALZADA – SESÉ
Which ports export agricultural products and soybeans from the United States?
In 2015, United States, one of Argentina’s main competitors in the soybean and corn global market, exported 142 million ton of agricultural products from 20 different port areas. 16 of those areas represented total soybean exports of 43.4 MT of soybeans. 60% of total soybean exports shipped from the Gulf of México, mainly through the New Orleans region. 24% of soybean exports were dispatched through the northwest Pacific Coast ports; 5% through Atlantic Coast ports, 1.8& through the Great Lakes port terminal and 9.2% by land. 7% of soybean exports are made in containers.


15 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
JULIO CALZADA - ALFREDO SESÉ
Large growth in bulk grain freight in Rosario Hub during 2016
Shipments of bulk grain, vegetable oils and protein meals have increased 41% between 2006 and 2016, and 96% from 2000 to 2016. Thus, grain freight logistic in Rosario Hub required of 1.96 million of trucks (one way only); 210,000 wagons; 3,000 barges and 2,420 ocean ships. These figures were higher than 2015’s by 300,000 trucks and 250 ships. Logistics is calling for improved infrastructure, particularly on railway and road access to terminal ports in Rosario Hub.


15 may 2017 | Crop Progress and Condition Reports
GEA - STRATEGIC GUIDE FOR THE AGRIBUSINESS
Despite the problems in the core region, there would be 57 million of tons of soybeans
Good yields in northern Argentina increased soybean production estimate to 57.0 million tons, while no major changes in the national estimate of corn were made this month, and production is still projected at 38.0 millions tons.


15 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market

SOFÍA CORINA

Soybean touched the maximum price of the last 45 days
With only 18 million tons traded from a production estimated at 57 million soybeans 2016/17, the price of soy oilseed continues with positive trend. The Arbitration Board price reached $ 3,765 / ton, touching the maximum value of the last 45 days. Although this price has restored commercial flow, it is still far from expected trading for this time of year.


08 may 2017 | Capital Market
NICOLÁS FERRER
Interest rate futures: their place in the global derivatives market
In the next few weeks, ROFEX will launch its new futures contract on “Lebacs” or short-dated debt issuances from the Central Bank of Argentina. This product will broaden the currently limited menu of centrally cleared derivatives on domestic fixed income. Up next, we review some facts on the global market for this type of assets.


08 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
SOFÍA CORINA - EMILCE TERRÉ
An anxious demand together with rising prices at CBOT boosted local values for grains
Snow and heavy rains at key producing areas of the States affected the development of hard wheat and delayed plantig of corn and soy, increasing volatility at foreign grain markets. Local prices reacted accordingly, and the need of crushers and exporters to convince sellers to let their stocks go exacerbated the upward trend. During April at Rosario’s cash market, soybean increased more than 10 dollars per tone, while wheat rised USD 6.5/ton and corn USD 0.5/ton.


08 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
EMILCE TERRÉ
80% of total 2016/17 Argentina’s grain production still has not been priced
If we take into account the six main grains Argentina produces (wheat, corn, sorghum, barley, soybean and sunflowerseed), over a total production of 128 million tons for the 2017/18 crop year, only 36% has already been traded (around 45.8 million tons) at the end of April. At the same time, 40% of that volumen was traded with delayed pricing contracts, meaning that 100 million tons still has not been priced.


02 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
EMILCE TERRE
Soybean traded with delayed pricing contracts set record in Argentina
As to mid-April, 85% of a production estimated at 56 million tons has not yet been priced. A stronger AR peso together with lower soybean prices and a still high inflation has lowered gross margin not only for producers but also for exporters and crushers, highlighting the infrastructure deficit to stock and transport grains. For producers, retaining grain is the preferred vehicle for saving for the future, as soybean can replace money in its three main functions: as a medium of exchange, a unit of account and a store of value.


02 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
FEDERICO DI YENNO
Soybean 2015/16 marketing year left $ 453,000 less in exports than 2014/15
Soybean and its main by-products exports for the 2015/16 marketing year left an export balance of US$ 18,645 million. The 2014/15 MY totaled 19,098 million US$ so this campaign left 453.000 US$ less. The small drop was offset with larger grain shipments.


02 may 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
SOFÍA CORINA - EMILCE TERRÉ
Eager crushers at the Up-River support local soybean and corn prices
The antagonistic behavior of soybean at the Rosario cash market and CME is a sign of strength of the Up-River crushing industry demand; therefore, local prices rose 2.8% at the end of the week. Notwithstanding, the most traded grain in the local market was, by far, corn.


24 abr 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
EMILCE TERRÉ
Delays in harvesting and farmer selling for Argentina’s 2016/17 soybean crop
While a rainy April is still delaying soybean harvest, the downward trend of prices slowed down farmer selling. 21% of the seeded area has been harvested, while the average for the last 5 years reaches 42%. At the same time, 85% of the projected production has yet not been priced.


24 abr 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
SOFÍA CORINA - EMILCE TERRÉ
Cereals, between optimism and caution
Rainfalls negatively affected crop development in both hemispheres, exacerbating uncertainty in the market. USA corn seeding is delayed, while Argentina coarse grain harvest progress is well below the 5 year average, though ample global stocks limit further price recovery.


24 abr 2017 | Crop Progress and Condition Reports
GUÍA ESTRATÉGICA PARA EL AGRO @BCRgea
Strong delay in soybean harvest; the lost area climbs to 1 million hectare
Heavy rain in the west of the country increased loses due to excessive soil moisture. Nevertheless, yields turned out to be better than expected in some early harvested fields at Buenos Aires, and therefor production estimate is kept unchanged.


24 abr 2017 | Agricultural Commodities Market
ESTEBAN MOSCARIELLO @moscarielloe
Santa Fe: long tradition in wheat production
Rainfalls negatively affected crop development in both hemispheres, exacerbating uncertainty in the market. USA corn seeding is delayed, while Argentina coarse grain harvest progress is well below the 5 year average, though ample global stocks limit further price recovery.


 

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Institutional Video of the Bolsa de Comercio of Rosario (Rosario Board of Trade)

 Rosario Board of Trade

The Rosario Board of Trade is a centennial institution located in Rosario, in the most important agroindustrial zone of Argentina. Throughout its history it has created and boosted transparent, solid and reliable markets: the Grains Physical Market, the Futures Market, the Capital Market, and the Livestock Market.

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