Articles By Andy Allan

19 Feb 2018 |
Brazil exports of soybean got off to a slow start in February with just 586,000 mt of soybean sold in the first week and a half of the month while exports of corn reached 732,000 mt, more than in the whole of February 2017.
19 Feb 2018 |
Soybean farmers have urged the US Administration to tread cautiously when considering whether to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports as they fear retaliatory action that could further “hobble” their industry.
19 Feb 2018 |
Brazil’s soybean harvest is 17% in the bins, according to a survey by AgRural, down on 19% last year and down versus the five-year average of 26%.
16 Feb 2018 |
The majority of Argentina’s soybean and corn crops, following weeks of sub-normal precipitation, are in a very poor or poor state, according to the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange, a dynamic that has underpinned a sharp rise in global soymeal prices.
15 Feb 2018 |
Soybean farmers in Argentina have sold forward 8.2 million mt of the current soybean harvest out of a possible 52 million mt, according to the Rosario Board of Trade, up from the 5 million mt five-year average for this time of year.
15 Feb 2018 |
US net export sales of corn outstripped analyst expectations by nearly 500,000 mt in the week ending February 8, with sales reaching nearly 2 million mt versus analyst estimates of between 1-1.5 million mt.
15 Feb 2018 |
The harvest in Brazil’s biggest soybean producing state of Mato Grosso has reached 28.7%, up nearly 9 percentage points in the week, but falling 3 percentage points short of the five-year average, according to a weekly report by the state’s farm economics institute.
14 Feb 2018 |
Farmers in Brazil, returning from a four-day national holiday, are stalling on selling soybeans forward, waiting instead for futures prices to go even higher while concentrating on the harvest, sources said Wednesday.
14 Feb 2018 |
US agribusiness giant Bunge has minimised the volume of soybeans it buys from farmers through take-or-pay contracts following a poor couple of years that saw them crush at zero margin and miss key finance goals, Bunge’s CEO said on Wednesday.
14 Feb 2018 |
The American Soybean Association has urged President Trump to scrap plans to limit farm subsidies, calling his budget proposal a "non-starter" and one that would do significant harm to the nation’s soybean farmers.
9 Feb 2018 |
Brazil’s soybean harvest has reached 10% as of Thursday, according to consultants AgRural, up 4 percentage points on the week, although it remains well short of the 19% of land harvested at this point last year and the five-year average of 12%.
8 Feb 2018 |
A dearth of rain in the Las Pampas and northern areas of the country has prompted the Buenos Aires Grain exchange to cut its forecast of soybean production 1 million mt to 50 million mt, the exchange said Thursday.
8 Feb 2018 |
The USDA has pushed up its estimate of soybean ending stocks 60 million bushels (1.6 million mt) to 530 million bushels, while cutting its exports by the same amount to 2.1 billion bushels in a move that will likely be seen as price neutral.
8 Feb 2018 |
US net exports sales of corn, soy and wheat outstripped average trade expectations in this week's USDA report, all coming in at the top end of estimates.
8 Feb 2018 |
Brazil’s food statistics agency Conab on Thursday nudged up its forecast of the nation’s soybean harvest 1% to 111.6 million mt while cutting is expectation on corn output almost 5% to 88 million mt.
8 Feb 2018 | ,
Imports of soybeans into China surged 10.7% in January compared to the same month a year earlier, according to customs data released Thursday, totalling 8.48 million mt.
7 Feb 2018 |
Brazil’s exports of soybean in February are expected to fall below February 2016 levels as a slower harvest in southern states including Parana is expected to see international sales slow, according to Daniele Siqueira, a market analyst with AgRural.
6 Feb 2018 |
It’s not a great time to be marketing US soybeans into China at the moment.
6 Feb 2018 |
This week the USDA will release its latest monthly report on global demand and supply of agricultural commodities; and key to watch for soybean will be the US carryout as well as production in South America.
6 Feb 2018 |
Brazil's highway police has allowed some grain trucks backed up 80 kilometers on Brazil’s northern soybean export highway to begin traveling again, but other segments of the road remain blocked after getting washed out by heavy rains over a week ago.
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