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Lesson from history is that soy prices will fall

At least, that is what 1997-98 suggest, another year when strong US production clashed with bumper demand from importers and domestic crushers

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Morgan Stanley reopens US corn, soy acreage debate
The bank says data from farmer filings show that US corn and soybean sowings have been overstated - a potential support to prices
US corn stocks 'tumbled', despite bigger harvest
The US entered November with 1bn bushels less corn than a year before, Rabobank says, cautioning over ideas of a slump in soymeal prices too
Corn prices rise on surprise trim to US harvest
Corn futures gain after the US cuts hopes for the domestic crop, downgrading its estimate of China's harvest too. For soy, revisions undermine prices
Palm oil futures gain despite rise in Malay stocks
Malaysia's palm oil inventories rise a little more than expected, as output drops less than forecast. But will dry weather depress yields ahead?
SLC Agricola highlights Brazil's switch to soy
The Brazilian farm operator, over 3,600 square kilometres, plans to raise its soybean area. But con sowings will plunge 24%, echoing a national trend
EU rapeseed, wheat crops to dip in 2015, Lanworth
The analysis group foresees EU output of both crops, of which it is the top growers, falling in 2015 - but not by much
US harvest pace pick-ups, overwhelming elevators
Some US elevators close to deliveries, filled up by one of their fastest weeks on record for corn harvesting. That clears ground for wheat sowings too
Lower EU rapeseed area for 2015 to support prices
Strategie Grains says that further-ahead rapeseed futures contracts in particular should find support, after EU farmers switched land into cereals
IGC flags double whammy to 2015 rapeseed prospects
The 2015 European Union rapeseed harvest is likely to fall "significantly" below this year's record result, with Ukraine facing a big output drop too
Bunge upbeat on Brazil, US soy crush margins
The trading house's CEO foresees "very favourable economics in soy" into 2015, flagging too a "nice profit" for Bunge from this month's soymeal rally
Bunge fans fears of Brazil farmers hoarding crops
Bunge, unveiling lower-than-expected earnings, cites a hit from unusually slow crop selling in Brazil - a trend beginning to worry crop traders too
Soymeal rally lifts prices 'beyond rational' level
Soymeal futures come within an ace of \$400 a short ton before staging a sharp retreat. Does this mark an end to their 30% rally this month?
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South America's growth in soybeans has 'transformed' pricing

The discount of distant soybean futures to nearby contracts is more than a one-off anomaly, research by USDA chief economist Joseph Glauber suggest

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