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Input Capital cuts costs as delayed sales lift Q3 profit

A hostile canola export market has left “commodity streaming” firm Input Capital paring back its staff count and halting its sales and marketing efforts. The publicly traded Regina company on Tuesday booked adjusted net income of $1.06 million on $4.95 million in adjusted total revenue for the quarter ending June 30, up from about $249,000 […] Read more

High canola crush margins should boost demand

Reading Time: < 1 minute Recent strong canola crush margins may have a positive impact on producers, says a provincial crop analyst. While companies don’t release their actual crush margin, it can be estimated from canola, meal and oil futures markets, said Neil Blue. “The current calculated margin is over $100/tonne, and this compares to about $40/tonne last August,” said […] Read more

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Canola crush margins improve

CNS Canada –– Canola crush margins have shown some improvement over the past week, despite rising futures prices, as strength in product values and a weakening Canadian dollar should be boosting the profitability of the domestic crush sector. Crush margins provide an indication of the profitability of the product values relative to the seed cost […] Read more