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Big US soybean export sales order top 3m tonnes for August

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August is proving even faster than July for US soybean export sales - at least, in terms of USDA announcements of big orders.

 

As of August 19, sales announced through the USDA’s daily alerts system had reached 3.09m tonnes, ahead of the 1.91m tonnes as of the same stage of July.

 

Again the demand is being driven by China.

 

 

USDA export sale announcements for soybeans
Date of announcement
For 2019-20 delivery
For 2020-21 delivery Total
Volume (tonnes) Destination Volume (tonnes) Destination Total (tonnes)
August 19 192,000 China 192,000
August 18 130,000 China 130,000
August 14 126,000 China 126,000
August 13 197,000 China 197,000
202,000 Unknown 202,000
August 12 258,000 China 258,000
120,000 Unknown 120,000
132,000 China 132,000
August 11 324,000 China 324,000
August 10 264,000 China 264,000
111,000 Unknown 111,000
August 9 456,000 China 456,000
August 6 126,000 China 126,000
August 5 192,000 China 192,000
August 3 8,000 Unknown 252,000 Unknown 260,000
Total 8,000 3,082,000 3,090,000

 

 

 

 

 

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