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3 Jun 2021 | Rei Geyssens
Poor demand for physical soyoil from the world's biggest exporter has driven a wedge between Argentina's Up River market and...
3 Jun 2021 | Cai Chen
Soybean stocks in China lifted 240,000 mt on the week to 5.42 million mt last week, the highest...
3 Jun 2021 | Eduardo Tinti
Brazil's biodiesel mixture mandate will return to 13% at its next auction, having been reduced to 10% in the two last tenders...
2 Jun 2021 | Liliana Minton
US soybean crushing in April fell 10% from the month before, with soyoil stocks slipping 3%, USDA data showed...
31 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s main rural lobbies have decided to extend a protest against the government’s decision to halt beef exports until...
27 May 2021 | Liliana Minton
For a second consecutive year, low water levels at the Parana river coupled with industrial action have hindered trading...
27 May 2021 | Cai Chen
China’s weekly soybean crush volume increased again last week, supported by growing demand for soymeal and the need to...
25 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Up to 64 barges stranded by low water levels in the Parana river are hoping to exploit a brief window to move 125,000 mt of...
21 May 2021 | Liliana Minton
Soybean crushing in Argentina surged by 24% on the prior month, and was up 15% from the same time last year...
21 May 2021 | Liliana Minton
The Argentine government has announced the start of a ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown, starting from Saturday and lasting until May...
21 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Seven bulk carriers loading at Argentine grain ports have become stranded in the Up River hub after strike action and falling water...
20 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Grain and oilseed exporters out of Argentina could face additional disruption as more trade unions join an existing 48-hour...
20 May 2021 | Liliana Minton
Argentinean soyoil exports from January through to April surged 62% on the year to 2.18 million mt supported by strong...
20 May 2021 | Cai Chen
Weekly soybean crush volumes in China rose last week to 1.88 million mt, reaching their highest level since March 2021, amid...
19 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
A total of 11 marine- and logistics-based trade unions across Argentina have launched a 48-hour strike to demand Covid-19...
18 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Belgium's Jan de Nul marine engineering company has started additional dredging works to guarantee navigability along the...
18 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s government has imposed a 30-day export ban on the country’s beef sector in the latest bid to curb rampant domestic... 
18 May 2021 | Liliana Minton, Cai Chen
China is expected to shift its focus to palm oil imports in the short term as its discount to soyoil has...
17 May 2021 | Rei Geyssens
US soybean crushers processed a total of 160.31 million bushels (4.36 million mt) of soybeans in April, down 10% on the...
17 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
The potential approval of a draft bill to set a new biofuels law with new blending mandates is likely to increase the volume of soyoil...
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