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Wednesday, January 14, 2004
US Soybean Prices Sharply Higher On Cattle Waste Ban Speculation
January 14, 2004 US Soybean Prices Sharply Higher On Cattle Waste Ban Speculation Speculation that the Food and Drug Administration will tighten its ban on use of cattle remains in livestock feed has spurred U.S. soybean prices to end sharp ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Taiwan Buys 47,000 MT US Soybeans From Mitsui
January 13, 2004 Taiwan Buys 47,000 MT US Soybeans From Mitsui Taiwan's Breakfast Soybean Procurement Association's Kaohsiung branch bought 47,000 metric tons of U.S. No. 2 soybeans in a tender Tuesday, said an association official. Mitsui ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Thailand Food Groups To Boycott US Soy Imports
January 13, 2004 Thailand Food Groups To Boycott US Soy Imports Nine Thai food groups will boycott soybeans and soy waste imports from the United States, in retaliation against the imposition of higher tariffs on Thai prawns. The nine Thai ...
Friday, January 9, 2004
US Soy Prices Still Rally Despite Bumper Harvest
January 9, 2004 US Soy Prices Still Rally Despite Bumper Harvest US soy prices may rally following two sub-par U.S. soy harvests and record Chinese soybean purchase, even if the final U.S. 2003 crop estimate due on Monday is above expectati ...
Friday, January 2, 2004
US Soymeal Basis Offers To Persist Stronger Tone
January 2, 2004 US Soymeal Basis Offers To Persist Stronger Tone Spot soymeal basis offers remain unchanged in the United States' Midwest on Wednesday, but the basis persist a stronger tone as slowed crushing restricted the availability of ...
Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Taiwan Buys 46,500 MT US Soybeans
December 30, 2003 Taiwan Buys 46,500 MT US Soybeans Taiwan's Breakfast Soybean Procurement Association in Kaohsiung bought 46,500 metric tons of U.S. No. 2 soybeans in a tender Tuesday, said a BSPA Kaohsiung official. Louis Dreyfus was the ...
Monday, December 29, 2003
Taiwan Looking To Buy 30,000-60,000 MT US Soybeans
December 29, 2003 Taiwan Looking To Buy 30,000-60,000 MT US Soybeans Taiwan's Breakfast Soybean Procurement Association in Kaohsiung is seeking offers by 0700 GMT Tuesday to make a purchase of 30,000 to 60,000 metric tons of U.S. No. 2 soyb ...
Friday, December 26, 2003
US Soy Demand Surge On Probable Ban of Meat and Bonemeal Use in Cattle Feed
December 26, 2003 US Soy Demand Surge On Probable Ban of Meat and Bonemeal Use in Cattle Feed In the aftermath of the first reported mad cow disease in the U.S., Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) soybeans and soymeal surged on Wednesday in anti ...
Friday, December 19, 2003
China To Buy 2.5 Million Tons US Soy
December 19, 2003 China To Buy 2.5 Million Tons US Soy A Chinese trade delegation in Chicago agreed to buy 2.5 million tons of soy from the United States, strengthening bilateral farm-trade relations as the nations struggle with other trade ...
Wednesday, December 17, 2003
China To Buy 500,000 Tons US Soybeans
December 17, 2003 China To Buy 500,000 Tons US Soybeans China's trade delegation is likely to confirm its purchase of about 500,000 tons of US soybeans. Last week, a Chinese industry official said the visiting team could buy about 1.5 milli ...
Tuesday, December 16, 2003
China-US Soybean Trade Talk Starts Wednesday
December 16, 2003 China-US Soybean Trade Talk Starts Wednesday Members from top grain companies in the United States are set to meet China trade officials on Wednesday, that could be followed by the "ceremonial" signing of soybean purchase ...
Monday, December 15, 2003
Analysts Caution Against Optimism in China-US Soybean Trade
December 15, 2003 Analysts Caution Against Optimism in China-US Soybean Trade Analysts are wary of the optimist stance that China will buy U.S. soybeans when the Chinese trade team visits Chicago this week. Grains analyst Allen Dever of Doa ...
Friday, December 12, 2003
US Soybean Prices Highest Since Late 1990s
December 12, 2003 US Soybean Prices Highest Since Late 1990s The US government said yesterday that soybean farmers in the country will pocket the highest prices for their harvest since the halcyon days of the late 1990s, thanks to a voracio ...
Thursday, December 11, 2003
China Delegation To Buy 1.5 Million MT US Soybeans Next Week
December 11, 2003 China Delegation To Buy 1.5 Million MT US Soybeans Next Week A Chinese shopping team, scheduled to leave for the U.S. next week, is expected to sign contracts to buy as much as 1.5 million metric tons of U.S. soybeans, the ...
Wednesday, December 10, 2003
Unsettled US Soybean Market Situation Likely To Persist
December 10, 2003 Unsettled US Soybean Market Situation Likely To Persist The soybean market show signs that it is likely to remain very unsettled, said a University of Illinois Extension marketing specialist, Darrel Good. Good said, "While ...

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