S=F - Soybean Futures,Jan-2019,Compos

CBOT - CBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USX
909.25
+4.50 (+0.50%)
As of 8:32AM EST. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2019-01-14
Open902.75
Bid909.00
Last Price904.75
Day's Range902.75 - 909.50
Volume10,216
Ask909.25
  • Investing.com4 days ago

    Oil Prices Fall After Jumping 3% on Mid-2019 Supply Deficit Hopes

    Investing.com - Oil prices fell on Friday in Asia after a 3% jump in the previous session on suggestions that global supplies could balance by the middle of next year.

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    Oil Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – May Need Surprise Event to Fuel Short-Covering Rally

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  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    Trade-Talk Progress Lifts Global Stocks

    Brent crude oil prices rose 1.6% to $61.15 a barrel and West Texas Intermediate Futures were up 1.8% at $52.56 a barrel, after weekly American Petroleum Institute figures released Tuesday revealed a larger-than-expected fall in U.S. inventories. Stocks in Europe built on Tuesday’s gains, with the pan-continental Stoxx Europe 600 index up 1.1% in midday trade, while the British pound edged up 0.5% but remained near its lowest level in 20 months. Lawmakers in the U.K.’s ruling Conservative party initiated a no-confidence vote against Mrs. May. On Monday, she postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit bill, which prompted a new volley of criticism over her handling of the country’s exit from the European Union.

  • Investing.com15 days ago

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  • What to Watch in Commodities: Truce, OPEC+, Alberta, Iron, Tesla
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    What to Watch in Commodities: Truce, OPEC+, Alberta, Iron, Tesla

    In Buenos Aires, there was a 90-day truce in the U.S.-China trade fight, and separately Russia and Saudi Arabia struck a deal to extend into 2019 their deal to manage the oil market. It’s a big week for iron ore as Vale SA briefs investors on the market and separately, Singapore Exchange Ltd. started trade in a contract for high-grade material. In Europe and the U.S., the future of agriculture is up for discussion, while in Poland there’s a critical climate conference.

  • Trump to Modestly Boost 2019 Biofuel Mandate in Gasoline
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Trump to Modestly Boost 2019 Biofuel Mandate in Gasoline

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  • Bloomberg18 days ago

    Commodities Drop Looks Secular, Not Cyclical

    The Bloomberg Commodity Index of 22 key raw materials ranging from oil to copper to soybeans has dropped about 10 percent since reaching an almost three-year high in May.  I’ve identified 10 forces that explain the weakness and why it will persist. Commodity producers seldom moderate supply to match weakness in demand, and commodity prices drop in recessionary climates. Copper is an excellent gauge of worldwide economic activity since it’s used in almost all manufactured goods and has no price-constraining cartel on the supply side or legal restrictions on demand.

  • Bloomberg18 days ago

    Commodities Drop Looks Secular, Not Cyclical

    The Bloomberg Commodity Index of 22 key raw materials ranging from oil to copper to soybeans has dropped about 10 percent since reaching an almost three-year high in May.  I’ve identified 10 forces that explain the weakness and why it will persist. Commodity producers seldom moderate supply to match weakness in demand, and commodity prices drop in recessionary climates. Copper is an excellent gauge of worldwide economic activity since it’s used in almost all manufactured goods and has no price-constraining cartel on the supply side or legal restrictions on demand.

  • Goldman Predicts Commodities Will Soar in 2019
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Goldman Predicts Commodities Will Soar in 2019

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  • Palm Oil's Horrid Year Is Down to More Than Just Orangutans
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  • Surprise Fuel Flows Sparked by Raging U.S.-China Trade War
    Bloomberg29 days ago

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    Malaysia has emerged to displace the U.S. as the biggest supplier of ethanol to China in just two months. The shift occurred after President Xi Jinping imposed tariffs on U.S. ethanol imports in retaliation to American counterpart Donald Trump’s duties on Chinese goods. While the two countries apply tit-for-tat levies, shipments from Malaysia to China are tax free.

  • Investing.comlast month

    Gold Prices Flat; Brexit Concerns in Focus

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    Oil Prices Rise as Supply Concerns Outweigh Big Crude Stock Build

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  • Gold Prices Dip but Hold above $1,200 before Fed Decision
    Investing.com3 months ago

    Gold Prices Dip but Hold above $1,200 before Fed Decision

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  • Gold Gains, Dollar Unchanged; U.S. Fed in Focus
    Investing.com3 months ago

    Gold Gains, Dollar Unchanged; U.S. Fed in Focus

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  • Oil Prices Fall as Trump Says OPEC Is "Ripping Off the Rest of The World"
    Investing.com3 months ago

    Oil Prices Fall as Trump Says OPEC Is "Ripping Off the Rest of The World"

    Investing.com - Oil prices slid on Wednesday following U.S. President Donald Trump’s comment that OPEC is “ripping off the rest of the world” by sending oil prices higher.

  • Oilprice.com3 months ago

    Germany Blinks First In Ongoing European Gas War

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  • Gold Prices Bounce as Weak Dollar Provides Relief, Attention Shifts to Jobs
    Investing.com3 months ago

    Gold Prices Bounce as Weak Dollar Provides Relief, Attention Shifts to Jobs

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  • Where Are Commodities Heading in 2018?
    Market Realist4 months ago

    Where Are Commodities Heading in 2018?

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  • Gold / Silver / Copper Prices - Weekly Outlook: July 30 - Aug. 3
    Investing.com5 months ago

    Gold / Silver / Copper Prices - Weekly Outlook: July 30 - Aug. 3

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  • Oilprice.com5 months ago

    Is The Oil World In Panic Mode?

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  • Grain Prices are Mixed as Planting Accelerates
    FX Empire7 months ago

    Grain Prices are Mixed as Planting Accelerates

    Grain prices continue to whipsaw and are mixed in early North American trade. Corn and soybeans are higher while wheat prices are lower. Momentum has turned negative as the MACD (moving average convergence divergence) index generated a crossover sell signal.

  • Corn Breaks Out to Fresh 2-year Highs Wheat and Soybeans Follow
    FX Empire7 months ago

    Corn Breaks Out to Fresh 2-year Highs Wheat and Soybeans Follow

    Grain prices surged are higher in early North American trade as private exporters sold 140,000 metric tons of corn from optional origins to Saudi Arabia for this year and next. Daily sales of corn have slowed recently, and global buyers’ return to the market is boosting prices. Traders are also digesting rumors that China could start buying more American soybeans as trade relations between the two countries improve.Corn Prices

  • Corn Breaks Out but Soybeans Lag Following Record Crush Data
    FX Empire7 months ago

    Corn Breaks Out but Soybeans Lag Following Record Crush Data

    Grain prices are higher early North American trade on Wednesday, led by a breakout in corn with wheat prices surging more than 1%. NOPA reported a record crush and huge inventories of soybean oil which weighed on the soybean complex.Corn Prices

  • Soybeans Rebound Following News that China Could Begin to Import U.S. Products
    FX Empire7 months ago

    Soybeans Rebound Following News that China Could Begin to Import U.S. Products

    Grain prices are mixed in early North American trade on Tuesday, with soybeans rebounding following news that China might resume purchases of exports from the United States. Reports say that China is willing in principle to import more U.S. agricultural products in return for Washington smoothing penalties against ZTE. The uncertainty about whether China will continue to buy U.S. soybeans has been weakening the market for several weeks. Wheat has fallen for the last four sessions on expectations of large global supplies and better weather for crops in the U.S. and other regions.Corn Prices