Cheap US soybeans (compared to other origins) and elevated global soymeal prices have changed the economics for soybean prosessors in soymeal-importing regions like the EU, Mexico, North Africa, and South-East Asia. However, soymeal consumers do not always benefit.Read more
Economics for US soybean crushers have changed in 2018. Some drivers might be long lasting, potentially changing the future growth of the US soybean crush industry along export channels.Read more
After a CBOT Soybean sell-off to ten-year lows, and followed by some consolidation, the risks have not yet fully been taken out of the market. With ongoing trade wars between the US and China, along with the high risk that China will introduce an additional 25% duty on US soybeans, global markets are likely to face continued price volatility. In this video, we take a look at the risk factors and the regions impacted.Read more
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China, the original home of soybeans, now absorbs around two-thirds of global...
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