Soybeans trickle down below $16 per bushel

Last week, the U.S. soybean crop was well ahead of average planting pace, at 61 percent planted vs. the 37 percent five-year average. Futures slid all week, falling 77 cents per bushel on the July contract to $15.26 per bushel. The market’s focus last [...]

March soybean crush up from February, down YOY

NOPA processors’ March crush, 178.0 million bushels, was down 2 percent from last March but still the second highest on record for the month and reflected a good recovery from February’s low volume. In the April WASDE, USDA lowered 2020/21 crush by 10 million [...]

Soybean crush fell to 155.2 million bushels in February

NOPA members crushed a smaller volume last month than expected, as February’s storms may have limited the month’s processing hours. Analysts were expecting crush to be closer to 169 million bushels, slightly higher year over year in keeping with growth we saw in Sep-Jan. [...]

Corn gets pulled up by bullish soybean market

On Tuesday, Nov. 17, most-active Mar-21 corn futures settled at $4.2675, about 4.3 cents below the recent contract-high and 6.5 cents above the nearby Dec-20 contract. RSI was neutral to bullish at around 62.6 percent today, a six-session low. Fibonacci extension indicates resistance levels [...]

Soybean oil stocks rise slightly despite record-smashing October crush

NOPA members reported crushing 185.2 million bushels of soybeans in October, up 15 percent from September, up 6 percent year over year, and beating the previous record volume by almost 4.0 million bushels. Crush topped expectations, which averaged around 176 million bushels and maxed [...]

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