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Soybeans Pit Nov '17 (SX17)

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Brugler report

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Thu Aug 17, 7:22AM CDT
Soybean futures are trading 8 to 9 cents higher this morning after closing a penny higher yesterday. Sep soy meal was down $1.20/ton, with nearby bean oil 14 points in the green. A Chinese delegation agreed to purchase another 3.8 MMT of soybeans from the US on Tuesday in Omaha, NE. Those 11 commitments have not yet shown up in the sales reporting system. The USDA is expected to show 50,000-250,000 MT in 16/17 sales tomorrow, with 300,000-600,000 MT in 17/18 sales. That would be for business booked in the week ending August 10. Traders are also estimating 60,000-300,000 MT in soymeal sales and 8,000-35,000 MT in soyoil sales. NOPA’s crush of 144.718 mbu of soybeans during July was the second largest July crush recorded, behind July 2015. Meanwhile, soy oil stocks of 1.558 billion pounds on July 31 were the smallest since Dec 2016 stocks.
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