Post-report pressure on soybean, soy meal futures

Futures activity Nov-21 soybean futures came under extreme pressure after Thursday’s Grain Stocks report, settling the week at $12.4650 per bushel, down 41 cents per pound from Monday. Soybean meal futures also took a hit as the Dec-21 contract closed last week lower by [...]

August soybean crush beat expectations

NOPA members crushed 158.8 million bushels of soybeans last month, higher than estimates ahead of today’s report by about 4.5 million bushels. NOPA's cumulative crush for the 2020/21 Sep-Aug soybean marketing year ended at 2.02 billion bushels, meaning total U.S. crush was likely around [...]

Soybeans end week on bullish note

Futures activity After a bullish WASDE report (arguably more so for corn and wheat than soybeans directly), prices rallied after weeks of consolidation. Sept-21 soybean futures closed last week higher by nearly 32 cents at $13.73 per bushel. Soybean oil followed suit, with the [...]

World food prices down for second month on cheaper cereals, dairy, oils

After falling 2.6 percent the previous month, FAO’s Food Price Index (FPI) fell again in July, down 1.2 percent from June. Adjusted for inflation, July’s FPI was still up about 29 percent YOY on declines among the dairy, cereals, and vegetable oils subindexes vs. [...]

Weather, edible oils supply will drive soybean futures

Futures activity Soybean futures rallied last week, driven by weather concerns and impact on yield. Aug-21 soybeans closed Friday at $14.5475 per bushel, up from $14.04 on Monday. Aug-21 soybean meal closed the week at $363.20 per short ton, and Aug-21 soybean oil settled [...]

Finally a break for world food prices?

Adjusted for inflation, FAO’s Food Price Index fell in June by 2.5 percent, ending a 12-month runup for world food prices. The decline came from a strong drop for vegetable oils, down nearly 10 percent from May pricing, and smaller drops for cereals and [...]

Soybeans crash to five-month low

Soybean futures prices fell all last week, plummeting to a five-month low on Thursday’s sell-down to $13.29 per bushel. Continued rumors of EPA changes to biofuel mandates, a more favorable weather outlook for the Grain Belt, and a May crush report below expectations all [...]

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