China Purchases Brazilian Soybeans Before Trade Deal With US
China is picking up soybean cargoes in Brazil, dashing hopes for big American sales immediately after a partial trade deal is signed with the U.S. next week, according to people familiar with the matter.
China’s Soy-Buying Spree May Signal Prudence Before Talks
Chinese firms have been snapping up U.S. soybeans this week, but don’t mistake this as a sign of buyer confidence in upcoming trade talks.
US Soy Shippers Get Small Perk From Otherwise Horrid Trade War
The trade war between the U.S. and China continues to surprise agricultural markets, even delivering an unexpected reprieve for American farmers who have otherwise been roiled by the conflict.
China Ramps Up Brazil Soybean Imports, Rebuffing US Crops
China is stepping up its soybean buying in Brazil as growers in Argentina continue to hoard and the Asian nation avoids American oilseed after an escalation in trade tensions between Washington and Beijing.August 16, 2019
As China Halts US Soy Purchases, ‘Unknown’ Buyers Step Up
While China announced it has halted imports of American soybeans, a mysterious buyer has stepped up. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Aug. 7 a sale of 165,000 metric tons of the oilseed to “unknown destinations.”
China Considers Plan to Boost Purchases of US Soybeans
The Chinese government is in discussions with state and privately owned soybean buyers over a plan to raise purchases of U.S. supplies, according to people familiar with the situation.July 22, 2019
Soybeans May Be Next Market to Surge as Wet Weather Drags On
Corn prices have been on an epic run. Now, soybeans could soon be catching up.
China Asks for US Soy Shipment Delay, Citing Lack of Storage
Chinese state soybean buyers asked U.S. exporters to delay cargoes scheduled for July loading into August, citing limited availability of storage capacity, according to people with knowledge of the situation.June 14, 2019