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Grains/USA: volume of soybeans inspected for export falls 11.66% in the week; corn rises 2.94%

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Published Feb 21, 2024

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The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has reported a decrease in the volumes of soybeans and wheat inspected at US ports for the week ending February 15, 2024. Soybeans saw a decrease of 11.64% to 1.19 million tons, and wheat volumes fell by 6.56% to 380,774 tons. In contrast, corn volumes saw an increase of 2.94% to 918,610 tons. The report also included accumulated results for the crop year starting on June 1, 2023 for wheat and on September 1, 2023 for corn and soybeans.
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São Paulo, 02/20/2024 - The volumes of soybeans and wheat inspected at US ports decreased in the week ending February 15. Corn prices increased. The data was published this Tuesday by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), in its weekly inspection report on the country's grain shipments. The volume of soybeans inspected for export at North American ports decreased 11.64% in the week, to 1.19 million tons. The volume of corn was 918,610 tons, an increase of 2.94% compared to the previous week. The inspected volume of wheat, in turn, fell 6.56%, to 380,774 tons. The report shows the volumes of grains inspected for export in the accumulated result for the crop year starting on June 1, 2023 for wheat and on September 1, 2023 for corn and soybeans. See below the volumes that were inspected at the country's ports during the period: -------------------------------------------------- ----------------- GRAIN EXPORTS IN THE WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 2024 (in tons) ...
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