US Soybeans Futures - Nov 15 (ZSX5)

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884.88 +3.67    +0.42%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 881.20
  • Open: 880.50
  • Day's Range: 871.63 - 896.63
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T. Marc Schober
USDA Trims Corn, Soybean Production
By T. Marc Schober - Oct 09, 2015

The USDA lowered its forecasts for corn and soybean production to 13.56 billion bushels and 3.89 bb respectively. On corn, USDA estimated the national average yield at 168 bushels per acre, up 0.5 bpa...

Dan Flynn
$4 December Corn Missed By That Much
By Dan Flynn - Oct 08, 2015

In the overnight electronic session, December corn is currently trading at 394 ¾, which is 1 cent lower. The trading range has been 395 ½ to 394 so far. The market seems to be pricing in...

IFC Markets
Grain Stocks Report Supports Soybean Prices
By IFC Markets - Oct 02, 2015

Grain Stocks report supports soybean prices US Department of Agriculture lowered soybean stocks in its quarterly grain stocks report on Wednesday. The report supported soybean prices. Will the price ...

T. Marc Schober
September Harvest Off To Strong Start
By T. Marc Schober - Oct 01, 2015

Harvest is off to another excellent start in September due to relatively warm and dry weather which allowed farmers to already complete 10% of the harvest and start combining soybeans ahead of the ...

Dan Flynn
Crude Is Rolling After Massive Selloff
By Dan Flynn - Sep 21, 2015

As we head into expiration on October crude oil, the market is coming alive after Janet Yellin's Debbie Downer speech on the global economy. In the overnight electronic session the November crude oil ...

Yale Bock
U.S. Domestic Economy Continues To Pick Up
By Yale Bock - Sep 02, 2015

In August, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 6.60%, the S&P 500 fell 6.29%, and the NASDAQ dropped 6.86%. As fall rapidly approaches, the data dependent Federal Open Market Committee has much ...

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Latest US Soybeans Comments

H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 03, 2015 5:01PM GMT
Soy now heading to my profit target of $800. Jeepers, what happened to Mr. Smith? Has he lost his beans?
James Dumas
James Dumas Sep 02, 2015 2:42PM GMT
Buy 870.
hi . we buy normaly 50,000-60,000 mt. but i couldn't understand how can i calculate the price per mt . could u plz help me . as example. . regards. atoosa
Jorgito Pocho
Jorgito Pocho Sep 03, 2015 3:57PM GMT
Hi Atoosa you have to divide by 2.7215. Example: 971.50 cents/bushel -> 356,97 u$s / Tn
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