Export sales of old-crop and new-crop soybeans were up from a week ago in USDA’s latest weekly report and old-crop business beat trade forecasts in a Reuters poll. China was a buyer in both crop years.
Wheat sales at 28 million bu. were more than triple the previous week with Asian and Latin American countries taking the bulk of the business. Top buyers were unknown destinations, Mexico and South Korea.
Corn sales were down 39% in old-crop at 35.8 million bu., while new-crop
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