U.S. weekly soybean exports to China continue to pick up
Soybean exports for the week of Jul. 13 slowed by 29.1 percent from the previous week, putting accumulated shipments at 49.9 MMT (1.8 billion bushels). Weekly net export sales, on the other hand, increased to 127,047 MT. Outstanding sales were down to 2.8 MMT (102 million bushels).
The week of Jul. 13 saw soybean export volumes to China up by 18.8 percent week over week, increasing China’s share of U.S. total soybean exports to 3.1 percent. There were no net export sales recorded for the week under review.
Weekly soybean exports to Mexico increased by 64.8 percent to 55,589 MT with outstanding sales at 546,394 MT. 541 MT of soybean exports to the country were cancelled.
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