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Oilseed Highlights: NOPA Crush Report; Indian Monsoon; Braziian Soy Production

NOPA’s March Soybean Crush a Record Monthly High Yesterday the National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) released its monthly crush report for March. It indicated 171.858 million bushels (4.68 MMT) of soybeans were crushed, up 18.8 million bushels (10.9 percent) from March 2017 and the highest volume ever for any month. The previous monthly record was 166.305 million bushels (4.53 MMT) in December 2017. The March crush volume was also well above 168.247 million bushels (4.58 MMT), the average estimate of analysts queried by Reuters. According to the report, NOPA members held 1.946 billion pounds (882,998 MT) of soyoil at the end of March, up from 1.856 billion pounds (841,876 MT) at the end of February and the largest amount si...

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