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Matthew Halpin
Matthew Halpin


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Ciarán Lenehan and Matthew Halpin look at three grass supply scenarios and discuss the management decisions involved in correcting grass surpluses and deficits.
By Matthew Halpin on 27 April 2017
McDonald's has seen its operating profits increase by 14% for the first quarter.
By Matthew Halpin on 27 April 2017
"Any business owner will tell you that cashflow is their life blood – it allows the business to grow''
By Matthew Halpin on 27 April 2017
A weekly selection of global news stories that affect demand, supply and prices.
By Matthew Halpin on 27 April 2017
May 2017 wheat futures in Europe have dropped €3/t, while wheat futures in Chicago have hit their lowest point of 2017.
By Matthew Halpin on 25 April 2017
New Zealand WMP futures have climbed 3% this week on the back of another GDT rise.
By Matthew Halpin on 24 April 2017
JBS, the world largest meat processor, has extended the temporary closure of two of its lamb processing plants in Australia as a result of the ongoing supply deficit of sheep in the country.
By Matthew Halpin on 26 April 2017
Ice cream brands giant Unilever has released its first quarter results showing turnover up 6.1% and sales up 2.9%.
By Matthew Halpin on 26 April 2017
Recent flooding in New Zealand has caused Fonterra to close down production in one of its processing plants on the North Island.
By Matthew Halpin on 20 April 2017
Consumer brands giant Post Holdings have agreed to purchase cereal brand Weetabix for a sum of £1.4bn.
By Matthew Halpin on 20 April 2017
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