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Friday, December 1, 2017
China continues to underpin world's soy exporters
China will continue to drive global soybean consumption, which is projected to grow over 4% in marketing year 2017-18. During this period, China's own soybean consumption is forecast to rise twice as the global rate by nearly 8%, as imports ...
Friday, August 21, 2015
A downbeat world market for soy
Inventories continue to accumulate, harvests are larger than expected and export demand looks shaky at best. Even though soy prices have fallen sharply since the start of the year, microeconomic and macroeconomic fundamentals both imply tha ...
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
US soybean stockpiles to add to worldwide glut
The global glut that has led to a bear market is expected to expand as the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) predicts a record stockpile, Bloomberg reports.
Monday, January 19, 2015
Soy glut feared as world output forecast raised to 314 million tonnes
The specter of a soy glut is seen after the US Department of Agriculture's (USDA) has raised its forecast for world output of soybean crop to 314.4 million tonnes, which is up 1.6 million tonnes, due to US and Brazilian gains.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
World may not be able to meet China soy demand by 2024
In 10 years' time China will need to import soy more than the world can supply, analyst LMC International said. The country, it added, needs the oilseed more for its soymeal than for its oil.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
World soy importers in US for four-day meet
More than 270 representatives of major international companies interested in importing US soy gather together for the four-day second annual US Soy Global Trade Exchange in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, which opened yesterday. Areas represente ...
Thursday, August 28, 2014
A two track world soy market?
With China's demand growth tapering off and soy demand elsewhere flat, an era of soft prices looms -unless another large buyer enters the market. The world soy market made the past decade's feed price inflation and could also break its back ...
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Oil World: Brazil may stop planting safrinha soy crop
August 13, 2014 Oil World: Brazil may stop planting safrinha soy crop  Oil World said that Brazil will probably stop planting safrinha soybean crop in Mato Grosso due to poor results, Bloomberg reported. Farmers in Mato Grosso, the top soyb ...
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Vietnam's soymeal imports, crushing capacity and the world market
After taking a two year breather when soya beans were substituted in place of imported soymeal, imports of both are again rising rapidly. You can expect so soon feel Vietnam's growing weight in the world oilseed market. Although Vietnam's d ...
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Oil World: declining Chinese Demand slows world soy exports
April 16, 2014 Oil World: declining Chinese Demand slows world soy exports With Chinese demand declining on ample stockpiles, the pace of soy exports from the US and South America is likely to slow through the end of the season, Oil World s ...
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Oil World and Informa lowers South American soy production forecasts
Oil World and Informa have lowered its forecasts for South America's soy production, due to poor weather conditions in Brazil. Informa, citing both a lower estimate for soy and weaker yield hopes, downgrades its forecast for Argentina's for ...
Friday, February 28, 2014
Oil World cuts South American soybean production estimate
February 28, 2014 Oil World cuts South American soybean production estimate Soybean production in South America will be 4.4% less than previously expected, led by a decline in Brazil's crop due to dry weather, according to Oil World. Oil Wo ...
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Brazil keeps position as the world's top soy producer
February 12, 2014 Brazil keeps position as the world's top soy producer   Downplaying the impact of hot and dry weather, Brazil restated its claim as the top global producer of soy, while also maintaining an upbeat stance on corn output, de ...
Thursday, September 26, 2013
World corn, soy production expected to increase in 2013-14
September 26, 2013 World corn, soy production expected to increase in 2013-14   Driven by expectations for big plantings of both crops in South America, crop forecaster, Lanworth, had raised its outlook for world corn and soy production in ...
Friday, August 16, 2013
World soy ending stocks decline in 2013-14
August 15, 2013 World soy ending stocks decline in 2013-14 The August 12 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) of the USDA projected 2013-14 world soy ending stocks at 72.27 million tonnes, down 1.85 million tonnes from Jul ...

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