Articles By Thomas Hughes

15 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The volume of soybeans crushed in December hit 174.8 million bushels, the second-highest...
15 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
China will likely import more DDGS and sorghum under the terms of the phase one trade deal to be...
15 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Argentina’s farmer selling and export licence applications rebounded in the first full...
14 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Soybean exports in Paraguay – the world’s fourth-largest exporter – fell in the January to December...
14 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Corn and soybean exports from Brazil slowed in the first two weeks of January, according to official...
13 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Soybeans inspected for export at US ports rebounded marginally last week as China lifted more volume and the...
13 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
With the signing of the phase-one trade deal between the US and China set for Wednesday, questions...
13 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Brazil’s soybean harvest has reached 0.4% of the projected 2019/20 area as of January 9, as the country’s crop...
10 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct a resurvey of corn and soybean acreage not...
10 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
In the first Wasde report of the year, expectations of a cut to US ending stocks were not met...
10 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Net sales of US soybeans hit its second-lowest level since the start of the marketing year last week, falling...
8 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
US ending stocks are expected to get a trim on Friday, when the USDA releases its January Wasde report.
8 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Brazil’s food statistics agency Conab has pushed its estimates for this year’s soybean and corn...
8 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Argentina’s farmer selling and export licence applications fell for a second consecutive week in...
7 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
China imported fewer Brazilian soybeans in the 2019 calendar year compared to 2018 as ...
6 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Soybeans inspected for export at US ports fell for a sixth consecutive week, but volumes allocated to China rose, with the...
6 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Crush margins in Brazil, Argentina and the US have soared in recent weeks amid rising...
3 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Net sales of US soybeans hit the lowest level since the start of the 2019/20 marketing year...
3 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
The number of soybeans crushed in the US in November hit 175 million bu (4.76 million mt)...
2 Jan 2020 | Thomas Hughes
Improving levels of soil moisture allowed corn and soybean plantings to progress over the past week, after a week of rains...
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