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Corn, soybean export inspections sluggish

Weekly grain inspected for export through Sept. 22, proved dismal as corn and soybean inspections were reported below expectations, while wheat inspections were notably lower for the week but within the expected range.

Corn export sales continue to lag, soybeans remain steady

Weekly export sales data through week ended Sept. 15 revealed corn export sales for the week continued to fall behind year-ago levels by 50%, while soybeans remained steadily ahead.

Modest export inspections; corn, beans keep pace ahead of year ago

Weekly export inspections for week ended Sep. 15 were reported as expected; corn and beans continue to keep a notable pace ahead of last year.

Soybean export sales make notable start to marketing year

Weekly export data for week ended Sep. 8 reported soybean export sales have had a considerable start to the marketing year; ahead of last year's pace, while corn lags by 50%.

Soybean yield pegged a bushel lower than average estimate

USDA reduced the national corn yield as expected, but trimmed soybeans a bushel more than the average trade estimate of 51.5 bpa in its release of the September WASDE.

Wheat inspections top trade expectations by more than 100,000 MT

Weekly export inspections for week ended Sep. 8 revealed wheat inspections above trade expectations; corn and soybean inspections continue to run ahead of year-ago levels.

Corn, soybean export inspections start 2022-23 ahead of year-ago

Sep. 1 marks the calendar for a new marketing year. Corn and soybean inspections make a notable start; ahead of last year.

Soybean export inspections fall short of trade expectations

Weekly export inspections for week ended August 25, 2022 revealed mid-range inspections for corn and wheat, while soybeans fell short of trade expectations.