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Soybeans Climb to 11-Month High as Demand Rising in China

Soybeans climbed to the highest level in more than 11 months in Chicago on speculation that demand for livestock feed will increase in China amid rebounding prices for eggs and pigs. Corn also gained.

Soybean Exports Seen Falling by Oil World on China Demand

The pace of soybean exports from the U.S. and South America probably will slow through the end of the season as Chinese demand declines because of ample stockpiles, Oil World said.

ADM to Boost Brazil Soybean Exports by Increasing Barges

Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. (ADM), the largest exporter of soybean meal from Brazil, plans to double the size of its South American fleet of barges to boost export shipments of crops from a new port.

Soybeans Climb to 10-Month High on U.S. Inventory Outlook

Soybean futures rose to a 10-month high on speculation the government will lower its estimate for inventories in the U.S., the world's top producer. Corn climbed to a one-week high, and wheat dropped.

Soybeans Reach Two-Month High as Demand Seen for U.S. Supplies

Soybeans rose to a two-month high in Chicago on signs demand for U.S. supplies will remain steady even after China canceled some orders. Wheat climbed as Egypt sought to buy the grain in a third tender in as many weeks.

Soybeans Slip as Investors Weigh Stockpiles Against Acres

Soybeans rose in Chicago, erasing an earlier decline, as investors weighed signs of tight supplies left over from the past U.S. harvest against planting that's expected to reach a record in the country this year.

Soybeans Head for Weekly Gain as Demand for U.S. Supply Climbs

Soybeans advanced to a one-week high, poised for a weekly gain, as demand climbed for supplies from the U.S., the world's second-biggest exporter.

Bird Flu Seen by Broker Curbing Soybean Demand in China

Demand for soybeans in China, the world's biggest buyer of the oilseed, may slow as poultry farmers reduce bird inventories as the H7N9 virus spreads, according to Zhejiang Zhongda Futures Co.

Soybeans Swing Amid Speculation Rain to Slow Harvesting in U.S.

Soybeans swung between gains and drops in Chicago amid speculation the U.S. harvest will slow after wet weather in the Midwest, leaving crops vulnerable to yield losses or damage from cold in the next few weeks.

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