Grain Export Inspections Inch Lower
By Kirk Maltais
Inspections of U.S. grains slipped slightly from the previous
week, according to the USDA.
In its latest weekly grain export inspections report, the USDA
said for the week ended Dec. 2, inspections of corn totaled 758,169
metric tons, soybeans inspections totaled 2.25 million tons, and
wheat inspections totaled 245,963 tons--all slightly lower than
last week's inspections.
China continues to be the main destination for U.S. soybeans,
totaling over 1.4 million tons for the week, according to the USDA.
Other leading buyers include Mexico, Taiwan, and Italy.
Grain futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade are lower
Monday, pulling back after climbing on Friday. Corn futures are
down 0.8%, soybeans are down 0.7%, and wheat is 0.4% lower.
To see related data, search "USDA Grain Inspections for Export
in Metric Tons" in Dow Jones NewsPlus.
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
December 06, 2021 11:30 ET (16:30 GMT)
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