The primary destinations were China (1,059,100 MT), the Netherlands (77,200 MT), Germany (75,700 MT), Saudi Arabia (67,300 MT), and Spain (66,600 MT).
Soybeans spent most of Wednesday night at lower levels along with corn and wheat but posted a surprising advance in the early morning hours. March soybeans climbed 5.75 cents to $14.13/bushel around dawn Thursday, while March soyoil sank 0.19 cents to 41.01 cents/pound, and March soymeal bounced $2.1 to $470.4/ton.
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