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SOYBEANS price

Perdue shipping one cargo of Brazil soybeans into the US
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Perdue shipping one cargo of Brazil soybeans into the US

  • The Four Turandot vessel chartered by the United States is scheduled to arrive on Wednesday at the port of Barcarena in the north of Brazil, and is expected to sail on May 9, the Cargonave ship line-up data shows.
  • Brazil, the world's largest soy producer and exporter, very seldom sells to the United States. China is the main buyer of its soy.
Published 27 Apr, 2021 08:38pm
Wheat down 3-6 cents, corn and soybeans down 4-8
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Wheat down 3-6 cents, corn and soybeans down 4-8

  • CBOT May wheat reached a high of $7.15 a bushel on Thursday, the highest for a most-active contract since May 2014.
  • CBOT July corn peaked at $6.35 a bushel in overnight trading, the highest for a most-active contract since June 2013.
Published 23 Apr, 2021 06:35pm
Prices ease after surge to multi-year highs
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Prices ease after surge to multi-year highs

  • Corn falls after near eight-year highs.
  • Soybeans, wheat also ease after near seven-year peaks.
  • Fund flows contributed to daily limit gains on Thursday.
  • Weather risks, China demand keep focus on global supply.
Published 23 Apr, 2021 05:53pm
Wheat down 2-4 cents, corn steady-down 2 cents, soybeans mixed
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Wheat down 2-4 cents, corn steady-down 2 cents, soybeans mixed

  • Good soil moisture that is boosting crop prospects in key growing areas pressures wheat futures.
  • On a continuous basis, the most-active CBOT soft red winter wheat contract hit a three-month low overnight and was on track for a weekly drop of 2.6%, which would be its biggest since early February.
Published 26 Mar, 2021 08:27pm
Argentine farmers have sold 12.45mn tonnes of 2020/21 soybeans
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Argentine farmers have sold 12.45mn tonnes of 2020/21 soybeans

  • The soybean harvest for the current campaign is expected to be around 44 million tonnes, according to the Buenos Aires grains exchange, hit by late-season drought.
  • Sales of wheat have hit 11.33 million tonnes, almost a third less versus last season's pace, the ministry said. The government estimates the 2020/21 wheat harvest at 17.6 million tonnes.
Published 25 Mar, 2021 07:38pm
Wheat down 3-4 cents, corn down 1-2, soybeans down 7-10
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Wheat down 3-4 cents, corn down 1-2, soybeans down 7-10

  • Wheat heads lower on improving crop weather in the US Plains winter wheat belt and a lack of supportive news.
  • CBOT May soft red winter wheat last traded down 3-3/4 cents at $6.36-1/4 per bushel. K.C. May hard red winter wheat was last down 6 cents at $5.95 a bushel and MGEX May spring wheat was down 2-3/4 cents at $6.30-1/2.
Published 18 Mar, 2021 08:10pm
Soybeans down 6-9 cents; corn down 3-5 cents; wheat up 0-1 cents
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Soybeans down 6-9 cents; corn down 3-5 cents; wheat up 0-1 cents

  • CBOT wheat hovered near even overnight after a 1.5% drop Thursday, pressured by beneficial rains expected across the US Southern Plains.
  • China is scooping up supplies of US white wheat to feed livestock, pushing export forecasts for the grain usually used to make sponge cakes and noodles to a 27-year-high.
Published 12 Mar, 2021 09:14pm
Soybeans up 10-13 cents; wheat up 3-6 cents; corn up 2-5 cents
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Soybeans up 10-13 cents; wheat up 3-6 cents; corn up 2-5 cents

  • CBOT wheat is supported by a strong soybean market, but pressure continues as weather forecasts for the US Southern Plains show beneficial rains for winter wheat there.
  • Wet weather continues to hamper Brazilian harvest and second crop corn planting, adding support to CBOT corn amid tight global stocks.
Updated 08 Mar, 2021 10:16pm
Soybeans up 2-5 cents; corn, wheat up 0-2 cents
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Soybeans up 2-5 cents; corn, wheat up 0-2 cents

  • The CBOT's most-active soft red winter wheat contract inched higher overnight after falling for a third session on Thursday.
  • The most-active March wheat contract is poised for a third weekly move downward in the last four weeks, since reaching 6-1/2 year highs the week ended Jan. 15.
Published 12 Feb, 2021 07:52pm
Soybeans down 15-18 cents; corn, wheat down 7-11 cents
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Soybeans down 15-18 cents; corn, wheat down 7-11 cents

  • The CBOT's most-active soft red winter wheat contract fell in overnight trading, following corn and soybeans lower despite a tighter global wheat stocks picture reported.
  • Ukraine's grain exports are down 20% from the same period last year, at 29.8 million tonnes.
Published 10 Feb, 2021 07:24pm