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Trade fears dragged producer sentiment in April: Purdue/CME

A 10 point drop since the prior iteration of the pair’s monthly survey of sentiment among 400 US agricultural producers reveals growing worries regarding the future of China’s purchases US soybeans.

USDA: Tariffs could direct China’s ag investments towards soy

Recent trade tensions could shape China’s overseas agricultural acquisition drive, with Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan among likely targets, says Economic Research Service economist Fred Gale.

Exclusive: Row-crop returns to stay beneath 8 percent over next half decade

Boston-headquartered AgIS highlights rising interest rates as the greatest near-term threat to agriculture in its annual market overview, of which Agri Investor was able to get a preview.

Data snapshot: Top 10 shifts as timberland index branches out

There have been significant changes in the rankings of the largest owners and managers of North American forests in recent months... and more are likely in store.

Data security more important than returns for LPs

Reliable data security measures are more important than returns or fee alignment to LPs, according to the annual CFA survey on investor trust.

Data security more important than returns for LPs

Reliable data security measures are more important than returns or fee alignment to LPs, according to the annual CFA survey on investor trust.

Funds in market: Take your pick

In the first of a series, we map out the fundraising universe by geography, size and sector. Read on to find out where you could invest.

Demand for ‘niche’ real assets boosts ag and timber

LPs' drive for diversification within real assets and a functional approach to portfolio construction means the asset class is no longer 'uncharted,' says bfinance.

Investors getting hungry for personalized, plant-based foods

Equity providers are betting on a steady stream of deals born out of technological advancements and the quest to solve 'last-mile' logistics, a survey found.

Meaty issue: US protein consumption is bouncing back

A rare four-year growth streak is helping meat eating recover from a big drop during the recession, with poultry most in demand.

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