Articles By Leticia Pakulski

17 Jun 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
The harvesting of Brazil's second corn crop reached a 21% completion rate in the center-south of Brazil on Thursday June 13, the highest level on record, according to local consultancy Agrural.
13 Jun 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
US net export sales of soyoil rose 143% in the week to June 6 and were the highest since mid-April, with fresh net commitments of 14,600 tonnes of soyoil reported by the USDA on Thursday June 13.
The president of the Brazilian Senate, Rodrigo Pacheco, announced on Tuesday June 11 that part of the provisional legal act regarding the use of accumulated tax credits from the PIS/Cofins tax would be returned to the executive branch following intense backlash from the country’s industry, including the agricultural sector.
Brazilian soybean and soy product markets stalled on Wednesday June 5, with market participants reassessing margins after the government changed key tax credit rules.
Soyoil premiums in Argentina reached their highest point since July 2022 on Monday June 3 after consistently increasing over the past weeks on a combination of slow farmer sales, lack of natural gas to operate crushing facilities, and the need to fill vessels previously contracted for export, according to Fastmarkets’ assessments and intel from on-the-ground sources.
28 May 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Brazil’s soybean harvest advanced by 1.1 percentage points in the week to Sunday May 26, reaching 98.1% of the 45.7 million-hectare projected area...
Brazilian soybean exports totaled 11.2 million tonnes in the first four weeks of May, 39% lower than the 15.58 million tonnes sent abroad in the full month of May 2023...
23 May 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
US weekly soyoil net sales reductions totaled 1,000 tonnes in the week to May 16 and were below market expectations, while soyoil shipments reached a marketing-year high, according to data from the US Department of Agriculture released on Thursday May 23.
14 May 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Soybean crushing has been disrupted by rain, floods and logistical constraints in Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul, sources told Fastmarkets.
10 May 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Brazilian vegoils industry association Abiove has raised its 2023/24 soybean production estimate to 153.9 million tonnes, from 153.8 million tonnes previously...
9 May 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
US net soyoil sales rose by 61% in the week to May 2 after the previous week’s fall and were within expectations, while soybean cake and meal sales increased by 60% week on week, according to data from the US Department of Agriculture released on Thursday May 9.
8 May 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Brazil’s soybean harvest advanced by 3.8 percentage points in the week to Sunday May 5th, reaching 94.3% of the 45.2 million hectare projected area, the country’s food agency Conab said late on Monday May 6.
The railroad access to Rio Grande Port, in Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul, was partially interrupted due to heavy rainfall and flooding affecting the southern state over the past few days...
3 May 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
The soybean harvest in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul advanced 10 percentage points in the week to Thursday May 2, to 76% of the sown area, despite strong rains, according to state agency Emater/RS.
30 Apr 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Brazil’s soybean harvest advanced by 3.7 percentage points in the week to Sunday April 28, reaching 90.5% of the 45.2 million hectare projected area...
Brazilian soybean exports totaled 12.8 million tonnes in April, a 10.5% year-on-year decline, while soymeal shipments increased by 32.5%, data from the country’s customs department showed on Monday April 29.
26 Apr 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Argentina is on track to regain its position as the largest soymeal exporter in 2023-2024, with its soybean crop — which has...
25 Apr 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
US net soyoil sales soared in the week ended April 18 and landed above expectations, while soybean cake and meal sales increased by 137% week on week...
23 Apr 2024 | Leticia Pakulski
Brazil’s soybean harvest advanced by 3.6 percentage points in the week to Sunday April 21, reaching 86.8% of the 45.2 million hectare projected area, the country’s food agency, Conab, said late on Monday.
Brazilian soybean exports reached 10.2 million tonnes in the first three weeks of April, while wheat is 36.4% higher than last year’s volumes for the whole month...
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