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Soybean Meal News

Following Soybean Meal news is the key to trading fundamentally. Below you can find links to articles in the news that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of Soybean Meal on the CME commodities exchange. Before you invest in the soybean meal futures market you should do your own research.


1. "Soybean Meal Exports From India to Climb on Record Crop" September 20, 2012

Soybean-meal exports from India, Asia’s largest shipper of the animal feed, may advance 5 percent next year as the oilseed harvest is poised to climb to a record for a second year, according to Adani Wilmar Ltd.

2. “May Cow Case May Pose No Threat to U.S. Feed-Crop Demand” April 24, 2012

“Mad cow will have little impact on domestic feed demand,” Huckabay said. “Drought in South America is boosting demand for U.S. soybeans and soybean meal. China is buying U.S. corn, and that is the tip of an iceberg of new demand. China will buy 10 million metric tons of corn this calendar year, up from 5 million currently on the export books.”

3. "Grains, Soybeans Called Lower as Demand Ebbs, Dollar Gains" August 4, 2011

On speculation that rain in the 10 days will revive Midwest crops after a July heat wave, soybean-meal futures may open $2 to $3 lower for 2,000 pounds.

4. “EU Soymeal Imports May Rise To 2Nd-Highest Ever, Oil World Says” July 26, 2011

European Union imports of soymeal, used in animal feed, will rise to the second-highest level ever as users shun high-priced grains and supplies of competitor rapemeal decline, Hamburg-based researcher Oil World said.

5. "Corn, Wheat, Soybeans May Fall as China Boosts Rates, U.S. Crops Improve" July 6, 2011

Soybean-meal futures may open down $2 to $3 for 2,000 pounds.


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