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20 Jun 2024 | Regina Koh
China’s soybean imports from Brazil in May came in at 8.81 million tonnes, according to figures released by the country’s General Administration of Customs (GACC) on Thursday June 20.
19 Jun 2024 | Victor Gusmao
Sales of Argentine old and new crop soybeans and corn increased in the week to June 12, while wheat was mixed, according to data released by the country’s agriculture secretariat late on Wednesday June 19.
Dry bulk freight rates for Panamax vessels rose again in the week to Wednesday June 19, with increased demand in the Atlantic meeting a tightening tonnage list, Fastmarkets heard.
19 Jun 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications on any basis and geography that relates to any of the vital markets that have strong ties with Ukraine.
19 Jun 2024 | Marcela Caetano
Argentina’s government no longer requires an export license application (DJVE) for 40 products such as rice corn oil, popcorn and wheat bran, according to a resolution published by the country’s bioeconomy secretariat on Wednesday June 19.
19 Jun 2024 | Jane Li
Soymeal prices in China have been dropping since early June amid ample supply and slow downstream buying, which could dent crushers’ appetite for imported soybeans, sources told Fastmarkets.
19 Jun 2024 | Sam Balf
Euronext’s commitment of traders report for the week to June 14 showed a rise in short positions, while long positions in wheat futures fell, leading to a decrease in the contract’s net long position.
19 Jun 2024 | Min Jie Yaw
Freight rates for vessels carrying palm oil cargoes from Southeast Asia to key destination markets were steady in the week to Wednesday June 19 amid continued positive sentiment for June shipments compared with a week earlier, Fastmarkets heard.
19 Jun 2024 | Masha Belikova
Thailand’s Feed Millers’ Association (TFMA) has booked up to 60,000 tonnes of feed wheat cargo expected to be sourced from the Black Sea, sources said on Wednesday June 19.
After more than two years of war, Ukrainian trade has start to feel sufficient confidence to return to forward trading because the country’s Black Sea ports have been showing stable trade flows for almost nine months. But there are still other factors limiting it, market sources told Fastmarkets in June 2024.
19 Jun 2024 | Jane Li
China’s soybean crush volume dropped by 60,000 tonnes to 1.90 million tonnes in the week to June 14 compared with the previous week, according to data released by the China National Grain and Oil Information Centre (CNGOIC) on Tuesday June 18.
19 Jun 2024 | Regina Koh
South Korean feed importer Korea Feed Association (KFA) has picked up one cargo of soybean meal via a private deal with trading house Cofco late on Tuesday June 18, sources told Fastmarkets.
18 Jun 2024 | Victor Gusmao
The second corn crop harvest in the Brazilian state of Paraná advanced by 16 percentage points in the week to Monday June 17 to 29% of the sowed area, state agency Deral’s weekly report showed on Tuesday June 18.
18 Jun 2024 | Marcela Caetano
Brazil’s grain exporters association Anec raised its June soybean export forecast to 14.8 million tonnes, which would be a June record; soymeal shipment projections were also increased, the association said in its latest report released on Tuesday June 18.
18 Jun 2024 | Marcela Caetano
The Brazilian Association of Vegetable Oil Industries (Abiove) reduced its estimate for the country’s soybean crop output in 2023/24 to 152.5 million tonnes, down by 1.4 million tonnes from the previous forecast of 153.9 million tonnes, its monthly report showed on Tuesday June 18.
18 Jun 2024 | Yana Sukharska
Winter crops in multiple Ukraine regions have been affected by contrasting weather patterns, the latest Monitoring Agricultural Resources (MARS) report showed on Tuesday June 18.
18 Jun 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications on any basis and geography that relates to any of the vital markets that have strong ties with Ukraine.
18 Jun 2024 | Yana Sukharska
Weekly soybean imports into the EU totaled 169,995 tonnes in the week ended Sunday June 16, according to initial data from the European Commission released on Tuesday June 18.
18 Jun 2024 | Sam Balf
The European Union's weekly wheat exports amounted to 267,292 tonnes in the week to Sunday June 16, according to initial data published by the European Commission on June 18.
18 Jun 2024 | Marcela Caetano
Soybean crush volumes in Brazil’s largest agricultural-producing state, Mato Grosso, reached a monthly record of 1.16 million tonnes in May, the state’s agriculture institute IMEA said in its weekly bulletin late on Monday June 17.
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