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Canola exports top 10 million tonnes in 2019-20

MarketsFarm — Total Canadian canola exports during the 2019-20 crop year were up nine per cent on the year, and slightly above the five-year average, according to the latest weekly data from the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC). With 229,800 tonnes exported during the final week of the 2019-20 marketing year, the preliminary total canola exports


CBOT expecting large corn and soybean crops

Growing conditions in the U.S. are expected to push up corn and soybean yields

The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) continues to watch growing conditions in key regions of the United States, as record yields are expected for corn crops. “Corn is pretty much made,” said Terry Reilly of Futures International in Chicago, Illinois. “Conditions have improved significantly and nobody sees any major problems,” Reilly said. Trade participants expect


China’s U.S. soy bookings hit six-year highs

Average sales seen to other destinations

China has returned in full force to the U.S. soybean market following the trade dispute that began two years ago, giving American exporters hope that the upcoming shipping season will be their most successful in three years. The Phase 1 trade deal signed at the beginning of this year implied China must book record or


CBOT weekly outlook: Large corn, soybean crops expected

MarketsFarm – The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) continues to watch growing conditions in key regions of the United States, as record yields are expected for corn crops. “Corn is pretty much made,” said Terry Reilly of Futures International in Chicago, Ill. “Conditions have improved significantly, and nobody sees any major problems.” Trade participants expect

Canola crush edges up, soybean crush falls

MarketsFarm — As the amount of canola crushed in Canada increased slightly in June, the soybean crush was down significantly, according to the latest monthly report from Statistics Canada. The federal agency on Thursday released crushing statistics for major oilseeds, which showed 864,559 tonnes of canola crushed in June, up 1.12 per cent from the