Soybean yields in the US are forecast to be a record crop. Will the USDA’s predicted increase in yields actually be seen in the fields?
Soybean stocks in the US have dropped before harvest, according to the USDA. Also in this week’s digest, we investigate shifting Canadian crush profits.
Soybeans finished the week in the green as traders snapped up bargain US soybeans. What will it take for soybeans prices to find their bottom?
The soybean yields estimate in the latest September WASDE report points to a bumper crop for soybean producers. But do the USDA’s numbers line up?
In anticipation of the upcoming September WASDE report, soybeans prices finished the week strong, making gains of about 2 cents during Friday’s rally.
Soybean prices slumped this week, thanks to the introduction of government subsidies for farmers suffering under heavy tariffs and falling sales.
Soybean prices sank again as traders dismissed optimism over a potential trade deal and instead focused on the likely prospect of a record soybean crop.
Soybean prices rallied this week as traders cheered the possibility of a breakthrough between the United States and China on trade.
Soybean prices fell off a cliff Friday after a very bearish WASDE report, which showed a huge uptick in U.S. stocks and reduced Chinese demand.
Soybean prices pushed higher. Traders showed cautious optimism after a rumor emerged that the U.S. and China are trying to establish a new trade deal.
Soybeans prices finally saw gains this week. News of an agreement between the U.S. and Europe to bolster American soybean exports offered some optimism.
Soybeans prices pushed higher this week, past the all-important $8.50 mark. In a volatile market, is a weather rally the last hope for soybean prices?
Soybean prices didn’t perform well this week, as markets reacted to Chinese tariffs on American soybeans. We investigate this “new normal” for soybeans.
For this week’s Digest, we take a step back and examine the factors likely to influence soybean prices going forward into 2018.
Soybeans continued to slump due to trade war worries and data reports from the USDA and StatsCanada. This week, we dig into where prices go from here.
Soybean prices continued to slide this week as weather pressures and ongoing concerns about Chinese-U.S. trade relations build.
Soybeans prices slid further, even though the WASDE indicated robust demand, as the markets continue to show jitters based on trade war rhetoric.
Soybeans experienced a sharp selloff this week, fueled by bearish factors like Chinese trade tensions and pristine growing conditions across the US.
Soybean prices slumped this week as grain traders took profits off the table thanks to ongoing trade uncertainty between the United States and China.
Soybean prices in Chicago ripped higher this week due to many bearish factors, including Chinese demand, the strike in Argentina, and weather concerns.
A busy week for soybeans: strong US Dollar, falling South American currencies, and China trade war talk.
GrainCents readers are navigating the murky waters
The soybean market took a few punches before and after Thursday’s WASDE report. Although the WASDE report provided a string of bullish numbers, it seems that speculators and managed money simply were not buying what the USDA was selling.
This week, markets are reacting to news that U.S. officials have arrived in China to discuss a possible deal to avoid a trade war between the two countries.
Soybean prices saw solid gains this week as markets ignored the chatter about Chinese tariffs and instead focused on developments in South America.
The tariff tantrum reappeared after several universities conducted a series of studies on the expected impact of Chinese tariffs on U.S. soybean prices.
Soybean prices continued to recover this week after the massive drop that came last week when China threatened import taxes on U.S. soybeans.
Soybean prices finished the week down as traders focused on trade issues in Washington D.C. The word of the week was “tariff.”
Soybean prices whipped higher after a report which indicated that U.S. farmers will plant fewer soybean acres than analysts had anticipated.
Soybean prices slumped a bit this week as speculators headed for the exits with rains in Argentina and the forecast of record acres in America.
Last Friday, soybean prices plunged more than 25 cents after sellers took profits off the table in the wake of the March WASDE report.
Soybeans had a tough week, highlighted by a significant sell-off on Friday at the Chicago Board of Trade. This week, the WASDE report was in focus.
This post serves a timestamp on our current crop sales positions.
Also included is our rationale for our current crop sales position.
Soybeans this week had another great performance as speculative money and shorts getting covered helped prices climb to multi-month highs.