May 22, 2013
The United States, traditionally a massive soyabean exporter, is likely to raise soyabean imports this season because of tight old-crop supplies, Hamburg-based oilseeds analyst Oil World said on Tuesday. "We estimate that 0.87 million tonnes, or 32 million bushels, of soyabeans will be imported into the United States in September-August 2012-13, partly from Canada and partly from South America," Oil World said.
By comparison, US soyabean imports in the 2011/12 season were…
November 15, 2012
US soyabean futures jumped on Wednesday for a second consecutive day on export business and stronger-than-expected crushing demand. The rebound came after technical selling and concerns about tight supplies easing drove prices to a 4 -1/2 month low on Monday, but the decline created new demand.
The US Department of Agriculture on Wednesday said that private exporters struck deals to sell 120,000 tonnes of US soyabeans to China, the world's top importer of…