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Oilseed Highlights: U.S. Soy Export Sales; COVID-19 on Soy Ship; Argentine DETs on Soy

Soy Export Sales Highlight As expected, the week ending 23 July was a very good one for exporters of U.S. soybeans and a so-so week for exporters of U.S. soymeal. However, the current week has not been as good. Net soybean export sales last week totaled 257,800 MT for 2019/20 shipment and 3,344,200 MT for shipment in 2020/21. The largest sales for 2019/20 were for Germany (152,400 MT), Egypt (151,200 MT), the Netherlands (116,900 MT), Bangladesh (59,000 MT), and Indonesia (47,100 MT). Those sales and others were partially offset by reductions primarily for unknown destinations (323,600 MT), and China (59,000 MT). The top sales for shipment in 2020/21 were China (1,989,000 MT), unknown destinations (1,232,900 MT), Mexico (64,800 MT), Egypt...

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