By Kirk Maltais


Export inspections for U.S. grains dipped compared with last week, with China remaining the top destination for soybean shipments.

In its latest grain export inspections report, the U.S. Agriculture Department said soybean export inspections totaled 2.02 million metric tons for the week ended Nov. 24, down from 2.43 million tons the prior week.

Meanwhile, corn inspections totaled 302,350 tons and wheat inspections totaled 198,519 tons, both down from the prior week.

China remained the leading destination for U.S. soybeans, receiving roughly 1.5 million tons. Mexico and Ethiopia were the top destinations for U.S. wheat, and Mexico was the leading destination for U.S. corn.

Grain futures trading on the CBOT are mixed in post-holiday trading, with most-active corn futures down 0.7%, soybeans up 0.2%, and wheat down 2.6%.


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(END) Dow Jones Newswires

November 28, 2022 11:56 ET (16:56 GMT)

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