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  • Chinese Soybean Crush/Import Update AgResource Company

    Chinese soybean crush last week was estimated at 1.88 MMTs, the largest since late February and the 2 nd largest weekly crush total since the New Year holiday in late January. The cumulative crush total for this year is record large and up 8% year over year, but on track to reach the latest USDA forecast that calls for a 6% increase in the ...

  • Chinese soy crushers set to add to ballooning soyoil ...

    Mar 05, 2020  Soyoil inventories in China look set to build up further from already-high levels, denting prices even more, as the world's largest soybean crushing sector cranks back up

  • China July soy imports hit nearly one-year high on better ...

    Aug 08, 2019  The crush margins in the soybean processing hub of Shandong province in northern China jumped to 74 yuan a ton on May 29 from minus 321.67

  • China, Brazil and the Soybean Crush - CME Group

    Chinese growth appears to exert a strong influence on the price of soybean oil but a much weaker and even counterintuitive influence on the price of soybean meal. Notice how soy oil prices are among the most highly correlated with the Li Keqiang Index, a narrow measure of Chinese economic growth that focuses on electrical consumption, rail ...

  • Understanding Soybean Crush - CME Group

    Watch an overview of the Soybean crush, how to trade it, how to calculate it and the opportunities it may present. Markets Home Active trader. Hear from active traders about their experience adding CME Group futures and options on futures to their portfolio. Find a broker.

  • China’s Soy Crushing Industry - Solidaridad

    Chinese soy importers factor in soybean price, the futures market and protein content when procuring soy. While quality is ... China’s crushing industry witnessed its peak growth in the 2000s. With approximately only 100 processing facilities in 2000, the number increased to 170 facilities by 2006 .

  • China's 2020-21 soybean imports to rise on swine recovery ...

    18 小时前  While the Chinese industry sources forecast 2020-21 soybean production at 17.6 million mt, up from their estimate of 17 million mt for 2019-20, the attaché report said. The soybean production area expectations in 2020-21 have been revised 0.4 million hectare higher than the last report at 9.5 million hectares, the USDA said.

  • JCI provides market information and trade consultation to ...

    JCI:China Soybean Crush by Province (May 2020) 07/03/2020; JCI: Soybean shipments to mainland China, week 27 of 2020. 07/03/2020; 2 cargoes of corn and

  • Chinese state crushers buy pricey Q4 Brazilian soybeans

    May 27, 2020  Soybean Crush Dashboard. Commitment of Trade. Crop Calendar. Search . Soybean Market Corporate. Chinese state crushers buy pricey Q4 Brazilian soybeans. 27 May 2020 Johnny Huang. Chinese state-owned soybean crushers have started ramping up soybean purchases for shipments in the third and fourth... Already subscribing?

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  • Chinese soybean import prices hit fresh record low as ...

    Chinese soybean demand has strengthened more recently, with buyers increasing soybean imports from Brazil, driven by the record low prices. "The Chinese soybean crush margin outperformed other countries and regions where soybeans demand was hampered by coronavirus," a crusher said. "China is the first country to recover from coronavirus and has ...

  • Chinese state crushers buy pricey Q4 Brazilian soybeans

    May 27, 2020  Soybean Crush Dashboard. Commitment of Trade. Crop Calendar. Search . Soybean Market Corporate. Chinese state crushers buy pricey Q4 Brazilian soybeans. 27 May 2020 Johnny Huang. Chinese state-owned soybean crushers have started ramping up soybean purchases for shipments in the third and fourth... Already subscribing?

  • Chinese soybean import prices hit fresh record low as ...

    Chinese soybean demand has strengthened more recently, with buyers increasing soybean imports from Brazil, driven by the record low prices. "The Chinese soybean crush margin outperformed other countries and regions where soybeans demand was hampered by coronavirus," a crusher said. "China is the first country to recover from coronavirus and has ...

  • After the Bell: Wheat Jumps on Dry Weather Concerns, Corn ...

    However, Chinese soybean crush rates continue to expand as large Brazilian arrivals become available to crushers. Last week’s soybean crush was estimated at the highest in 11 weeks. Weekly soybean meal disappearance remains strong, but not keeping pace with rising production. Crush rates are expected to remain elevated.

  • Chinese 2019-20 soybean imports to total 88 mil mt, up 6% ...

    The outbreak of the highly infectious and incurable ASF hit local pig breeders and soybean crushers hard. However, Chinese pig numbers are expected to recover in 2020 as large pig farming companies have started to consolidate, while most small and medium-sized pig farms have been wiped out after millions of pigs were culled, according to the ...

  • Chinese Soybean Crushers Feeling The Pain of Trade War

    The Chinese bean crushing sector is the largest in the world. China currently has record soymeal stocks, due to hog producers culling their herds because of decreasing prices in pork.

  • The Soybean Crush: A Clue About The Price Path Of The ...

    Apr 19, 2019  The soybean crush spread is the economics of processing the raw oilseed into soybean products: soybean meal and soybean oil. Soybean meal

  • Chinese importers face severe delays unloading US soybeans

    Nov 01, 2019  The Chinese government has granted Chinese crushers tariff-free quota to purchases US soybean in recent rounds of trade talks. These cargoes that are facing delays at Chinese ports would have been purchased between October and September this year during which the Chinese government offered crushers several tranches of quota to buy US beans.

  • Soybean Market Needs To Ride Its Demand Horse Like The ...

    Soybean Crush Soybean crush slowed in the final quarter of the current marketing year. The USDA lowered 2018-2019 marketing year crush by 15 million bushels to 2.085 billion bushels in July. Estimates of monthly soybean crush from the USDA through May totaled 1.58 billion bushels. The NOPA crush report indicated a June crush of 148.8 million ...

  • China soybean crushers short of supplies fear coronavirus ...

    Mar 26, 2020  * Shandong soybean crush margins hit 8-year highs By Hallie Gu and Naveen Thukral BEIJING/SINGAPORE, March 26 (Reuters) - Chinese soybean processors fear the spread of coronavirus in major exporters could lead to further supply shortages, with some plants in the world's biggest buyer already having to wind back operations, industry sources and ...

  • Soybean demand remains uncertain – Ohio Ag Net Ohio's ...

    Crush totals through April remained strong and continue to support soybean prices this year. The NOPA crush report saw April crush totals at 171.7 million bushels. This total implies approximately 1.45 billion bushels of soybeans crushed through April this marketing year. Since the USDA projection sits at 2.125 billion bushels, crush levels ...

  • Surging Chinese Soybean Crush Has Global Impact

    Surging Chinese Soybean Crush Has Global Impact Accelerated by economic growth, China has rapidly become the world’s largest crusher of soybeans, capturing the value added from processing beans intooil and meal. Demand for soy oil in the food sector has remained strong,

  • Hubbs on Grain: Will We See a Seasonal Soybean Rally This ...

    Estimates for soybean crush during the first eight months of the current marketing year exceeded that of last year by 2.5 percent. The year-over-year changes in crush accelerated during the first quarter of 2020. Crush during the most recent three months reported by USDA (January-March) exceeded that of a year ago by almost six percent.

  • Chinese buyers turn to US Gulf for soybeans as PNW runs dry

    Sep 25, 2019  Soybean Crush Dashboard. Commitment of Trade. Crop Calendar. Search . Soybean Market. Chinese buyers turn to US Gulf for soybeans as PNW runs dry. 25 Sep 2019 Johnny Huang. Chinese soybean importers seeking to fill up on their tariff-free quota of US soybeans have switched their source of supply from the Pacific Northwest ports to the US Gulf ...

  • China first quarter 2019 crush soybean margin turns positive

    Nov 20, 2018  Chinese soybean crush margins for the first quarter of next year have turned positive for the first time this month, as firmer... Already subscribing? ... China soybean crush slumps 9%, soymeal stocks rise for 4th week. 9 Nov 2018. Chinese crushers wary of buying Brazil soybeans as meal prices fall. Register. Subscribe.

  • Surging Chinese Soybean Crush Has Global Impact

    Surging Chinese Soybean Crush Has Global Impact Accelerated by economic growth, China has rapidly become the world’s largest crusher of soybeans, capturing the value added from processing beans intooil and meal. Demand for soy oil in the food sector has remained strong,

  • Hubbs on Grain: Will We See a Seasonal Soybean Rally This ...

    Estimates for soybean crush during the first eight months of the current marketing year exceeded that of last year by 2.5 percent. The year-over-year changes in crush accelerated during the first quarter of 2020. Crush during the most recent three months reported by USDA (January-March) exceeded that of a year ago by almost six percent.

  • Chinese buyers turn to US Gulf for soybeans as PNW runs dry

    Sep 25, 2019  Soybean Crush Dashboard. Commitment of Trade. Crop Calendar. Search . Soybean Market. Chinese buyers turn to US Gulf for soybeans as PNW runs dry. 25 Sep 2019 Johnny Huang. Chinese soybean importers seeking to fill up on their tariff-free quota of US soybeans have switched their source of supply from the Pacific Northwest ports to the US Gulf ...

  • China first quarter 2019 crush soybean margin turns positive

    Nov 20, 2018  Chinese soybean crush margins for the first quarter of next year have turned positive for the first time this month, as firmer... Already subscribing? ... China soybean crush slumps 9%, soymeal stocks rise for 4th week. 9 Nov 2018. Chinese crushers wary of buying Brazil soybeans as meal prices fall. Register. Subscribe.

  • History of Soybean Crushing: Soy Oil and Soybean Meal - Part 1

    The Chinese term for "soybean meal," prepared by the solvent extraction of soybean, a term which appeared in about 1915-20, is written with the characters meaning "bean" and "powder or flour." The Wade-Giles system romanized this as tou-fen or ta-tou-fen and the pinyin system as doufen or dadoufen .

  • Interdependence of China, United States, and Brazil in ...

    lems faced by the soybean crushing industry and noted industry dominance by the top 10 compa-nies, which included both Chinese state-owned and multinationals (Futures Daily, 2017). China’s soybean processing sector is highly competitive. Hundreds of companies of all sizes and ownership types are engaged in processing of soybeans and other ...

  • Crushing blow to soy processors as Chinese grow wary on GMO

    Apr 28, 2017  A Chinese consumer backlash against genetically modified (GMO) crops is beginning to dent demand for soy oil, the nation's main cooking oil, and could spell crisis for the multi-billion-dollar ...

  • China’s evolving edible oils industry

    The “2004 soybean crisis” resulted in huge monetary losses and the bankruptcy of many Chinese crushing companies. Consequently, many international companies built or purchased crushing facilities in China. Currently, about 60% of China’s soybean crushing is performed by international companies such as ADM/Wilmar, Bunge, and Cargill.

  • U.S.-China Trade War Creates Windfall for Palm-Oil ...

    Aug 23, 2019  Lower demand for soybean meal, used in livestock feed, means fewer beans are crushed and less oil produced. The spread between prices of soybean oil

  • History of Soybean Crushing: Soy Oil and Soybean Meal - Part 3

    history of soybean crushing in the republic of china (taiwan) soy oil and soybean meal In Taiwan, in contrast to the People's Republic, soy oil is a product with rapidly growing popularity and a new, modern image, created in large part by the work of the American Soybean Association there.

  • Chinese buyers look to delay soybean cargoes from American ...

    Jun 14, 2019  Chinese soybean buyers are asking sellers in the United States to delay cargoes due to be shipped in July until August, two sources familiar with the matter said, raising fears of cancellations ...

  • Coronavirus Hits Chinese Soy Supply Chain

    Chinese Soy Oil and Soymeal Consumption Is Hit Materially, Expected to Rebound in 2H 2020. The outbreak of coronavirus, coupled with extended work absences, temporary transportation controls and logistics delays, and lower consumption, has disrupted the supply chain of the Chinese soybean crushing industry.

  • ANALYSIS: Covid-19, trade war reshapes China’s soybean ...

    Apr 17, 2020  This delayed severely Chinese purchases of March and April soybean shipments and many crushers ran out of soybeans, forcing them to cut operations and slamming the weekly crush 18% from 1.7 million mt per week in early March to about 1.4 million mt in early April. It also left soymeal and soybean stocks at their record lows in March this year.

  • China's soybean crush margins turn negative for first time ...

    Nov 29, 2018  Soybean crush margins in China have turned negative for the first time since early August, pressured by lower demand for the soymeal they churn out following an outbreak of African swine fever and ...

  • Chinese buyers look to delay soybean cargoes from American ...

    Jun 14, 2019  Chinese soybean buyers are asking sellers in the United States to delay cargoes due to be shipped in July until August, two sources familiar with the matter said, raising fears of cancellations ...

  • Coronavirus Hits Chinese Soy Supply Chain

    Chinese Soy Oil and Soymeal Consumption Is Hit Materially, Expected to Rebound in 2H 2020. The outbreak of coronavirus, coupled with extended work absences, temporary transportation controls and logistics delays, and lower consumption, has disrupted the supply chain of the Chinese soybean crushing industry.

  • ANALYSIS: Covid-19, trade war reshapes China’s soybean ...

    Apr 17, 2020  This delayed severely Chinese purchases of March and April soybean shipments and many crushers ran out of soybeans, forcing them to cut operations and slamming the weekly crush 18% from 1.7 million mt per week in early March to about 1.4 million mt in early April. It also left soymeal and soybean stocks at their record lows in March this year.

  • China's soybean crush margins turn negative for first time ...

    Nov 29, 2018  Soybean crush margins in China have turned negative for the first time since early August, pressured by lower demand for the soymeal they churn out following an outbreak of African swine fever and ...

  • US soybean exports feed rising Chinese demand 2020-05-13 ...

    The USDA is reporting Wednesday sales of 396,000 metric tons of soybeans to China as the forecast for U.S. exports this year continues to rise on increasing Chinese demand. The latest USDA daily ...

  • China Trade War Rattles Investors in New US Soy Processing ...

    Dec 20, 2018  The U.S.-China trade war is spooking potential investors in soybean crushing plants planned for Wisconsin and New York state, developers said,

  • Chinese soybean buyers with tariff exemptions resume US ...

    Chinese soybean buyers who have obtained a tariff exemption began another round of buying late Monday, purchasing around 18 cargoes of soybeans from the US Pacific Northwest, or about 1

  • Rising Chinese Demand for Imports of Soybeans and Pork ...

    The country will crush 85.98 MMT of soybeans this season, according to the update. The ministry expects China’s soybean production to climb 3.9% in 2020 to 18.81 MMT. The ministry expects soybean consumption to climb steadily over the next decade, with the

  • China, Brazil and the Soybean Crush - Cattlemen’s ...

    Jun 25, 2019  China, Brazil and the Soybean Crush. ... Chinese growth appears to exert a strong influence on the price of soybean oil but a much weaker and even counterintuitive influence on the price of soybean meal. Notice how soy oil prices are among the most highly correlated with the Li Keqiang Index, a narrow measure of Chinese economic growth that ...

  • Soybean demand remains uncertain - Wisconsin Farmer

    May 19, 2020  Crush totals through April remained strong and continue to support soybean prices this year. The NOPA crush report saw April crush totals at 171.7 million bushels. This total implies approximately 1.45 billion bushels of soybeans crushed through April this marketing year. Since the USDA projection sits at 2.125 billion bushels, crush levels ...

  • Seasonal Price Rally in Soybeans • farmdoc daily

    Jun 01, 2020  Soybean crush maintains a pace to hit the USDA forecast of 2.125 billion bushels. Estimates for soybean crush during the first eight months of the current marketing year exceeded that of last year by 2.5 percent. The year-over-year changes in crush

  • China soybean demand is surprisingly high despite swine ...

    Jul 08, 2019  The Chinese use of soybeans is an important metric for the country's trade relationships. ... "The soybean crushing rate and soybean demand is down compared to last year at

  • Soybean outlook questionable for prices, demand Crops ...

    Soybean crush slowed in the final quarter of the current marketing year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture decreased 2018-2019 marketing-year crush by 15 million bushels, to 2.085 billion bushels in July. Estimates of monthly soybean crush from the USDA through May totaled 1.58 billion bushels.

  • The Footprint of Chinese Demand for U.S. Soybeans

    revealed that by 2007 the Chinese economy had experienced several years of double-digit growth in their gross domestic product. This economic growth led to investments in crushing capacity and improvements in food-related consumption such as soybean meal for animal feed and soybean oil for cooking. As a result,