Below you can find links to articles in the news that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of soybeans. Before you invest in the soybeans commodities market you should do your own research.
1. Bloomberg “Soybeans Fall to Lowest Since 2010 on Record U.S. Crop” August 12, 2014
Soybeans fell to the lowest since 2010 after a government report showed supplies will be bigger than forecast in the U.S., the world’s top grower.
2. Bloomberg “Soybeans Extend Decline as Rain in U.S. Boosts Yields” July 30, 2014
Soybeans fell in Chicago, heading for a July slump that would mark the longest monthly losing streak in more than a year, on speculation that rain will improve yields in the U.S. Midwest.
3. Bloomberg.com "Soybeans Fall After Rain Boosts Brazilian Crops" January 18, 2013
Soybeans fell for a second day on speculation that rain will improve the yield potential of crops in Brazil, reducing demand for supplies from the U.S., the world’s biggest grower and exporter. Corn advanced.
4. Bloomberg.com "Soybeans Drop on Slower Chinese Demand" November 16, 2012
Soybeans fell to the lowest in almost five months on reports that China canceled previous purchases as improved planting progress in South America boosted potential for record crops.
5. Bloomberg.com "Soybeans Lead Drop as Nickel Extends Gain: Commodities at Close" September 17, 2012
Soybean futures fell, heading for the biggest drop since July, on speculation that rain in South America will improve soil moisture for planting and early crop development.
6. Bloomberg.com “Soybeans Seen Steady By Oil World Before South American Harvest” June 12, 2012
Soybean prices may “decline only slightly” in the coming season as supplies remain tight until the South American harvest starts in February, Oil World said.
7. Bloomberg.com “Argentine Soybean Crop Forecast Cut From a Week Ago at Oil World” April 24, 2012
Argentina’s soybean harvest may be lower than estimated a week ago because of “severe” crop losses in the country’s north, Oil World said.
8. Bloomberg.com "Grains, Soybeans May Rise as Demand Climbs Following Price Slump" January 19, 2012
Soybean futures may open 9 cents to 12 cents a bushel higher in Chicago on speculation that adverse weather threatening yields in South America will spur increased Chinese purchases of U.S. supplies, Gerlach said.