Articles By Eduardo Tinti

14 hours ago | Eduardo Tinti
Export inspections of US soybeans were down by 3% to 435,256 tonnes in the week to Thursday April 18 from the 446,570 tonnes recorded a week earlier...
19 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Rainfall continued to delay harvest works in Argentina’s core agricultural zone, posing threats to corn and soybean crops but rising soil moisture...
16 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Industries in Mato Grosso, Brazil’s largest agricultural-producing state, crushed the largest volume of soybeans on record for the month of March...
16 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Brazil’s vegoils industry association Abiove updated its estimates for the soybean market on Tuesday April 16 and cut soyoil export figures...
15 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Soyoil stocks in the US stood at 1.851 billion lbs at the end of March, higher than average trade expectations despite below-expected crush volumes...
15 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Welcome rains have benefited second corn crop (safrinha) in drought-affected areas in Brazil, but more are needed through the coming weeks...
Argentina is on track to get the required certifications to export soybean products to the EU and the US by as early as 2025, Gustavo Idígoras, president of Argentine oil industry chamber Ciara-CEC, said during a webinar on Friday April 12.
Argentina is expected to return to historical soybean crush levels of around 36 million tonnes in the 2023-2024 crop year, leaving behind “one of the worst agricultural campaigns” in its history...
11 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Soyoil futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) lacked a clear direction after the US Department of Agriculture released its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (Wasde) report...
11 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) increased US soybean ending stocks above market expectations while keeping South American output figures unchanged...
11 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Brazil’s food agency Conab trimmed its soybean output estimates and cut corn projections in its monthly supply and demand estimates update released on Thursday April 11...
Soymeal premiums have been diverging in South America, with robust crush activity in Brazil contrasting with sluggish farmer sales in Argentina...
9 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Soybean farmer sales in Brazil’s largest agricultural-producing state, Mato Grosso, gathered steam in March, underpinned by higher prices, the state’s agriculture institute IMEA said in its weekly bulleting on Monday April 8.
9 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
The average trade guess calls for an uptick in US soybean ending stocks while Brazil’s output is expected to be cut, according to the US Department of Agriculture’s monthly update to its supply and demand estimates, due to be released on Thursday April 11.
8 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
There is a persistent clear split across Brazil in the development of conditions for the second corn crop (safrinha), across the center-south of the country. Meanwhile, the final stretch of soybean harvest works is progressing with no major headwinds, local consultancy Agrural said on Monday April 8.
8 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Brazil’s March soybean exports were up month on month, but fell short of last year’s level, mainly due to massive drought-driven crop losses in the center-west states and, in particular, in the key agricultural hub of Mato Grosso, according to Brazilian customs data.
Crushers and traders in Brazil are buying back soyoil paper positions in the export market to sell the physical product in the domestic market, which is paying 2-5 cents per lb above export-parity levels...
4 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
US soyoil weekly exports reached a marketing-year high while soybean cake and meal net export sales picked up to 202,200 tonnes in the week ended March 28...
2 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Demand estimates for Mato Grosso’s 2023-2024 corn crop were trimmed, while the supply forecast and soybean balance sheets were unchanged...
1 Apr 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Farmers in the center-north of Brazil are concerned, since excessive rains have been delaying harvest works and may…
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