In its quarterly update, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) did not deliver on an expected increase in the planted area for soybean and corn. What does this mean for the futures limits of both?
Fastmarkets AgriCensus editorial director Tim Worledge explores the current outlook and direction ahead for the US corn market.
While crops in the United States and Canada are already being impacted by hot and dry weather conditions, China is looking to Australia for its high-protein wheat supply.
Steelmakers increasingly envision a feasible path to carbon neutrality by deploying a diverse array of partnerships and technologies in clean energy, efficiency advances and novel production techniques.
Will US automakers pay the price for green steel?
Green shoots are forming in the approach to clean steelmaking in the United States, with a new administration putting an increased emphasis on sustainability. The topic will be a key part of Fastmarkets’ Steel Success Strategies conference, to be hosted June 21-24 in conjunction with World Steel Dynamics.
Some Chinese mills are seeking alternative scrap import suppliers because of expensive offers for Japanese heavy scrap (HS), sources said on Friday July 16.
Brazilian aluminium association Abal has appointed a woman as executive president for the first time, with Janaina Donas taking over the role previously held by Milton Rego after a seven-month recruitment process, the group said on Thursday August 5.
Steelmakers in the United States are poised to benefit as countries race to meet pledges to reach net-zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, according to the director of the US Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).
Steel scrap prices in the key global markets moved down over the week to Friday August 6 with demand for material remaining tepid.
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