SM=F - Soybean Meal Futures,Dec-2018,C

CBOT - CBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USD
327.50
-3.10 (-0.94%)
As of 2:19PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2018-12-14
Open330.00
Bid326.70
Last Price327.20
Day's Range326.90 - 330.80
Volume33,672
Ask326.70
  • Reuters21 hours ago

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  • Reuters5 days ago

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  • Reuters8 days ago

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  • Reuters12 days ago

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  • Reuters12 days ago

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  • Reuters20 days ago

    Vegoils: Palm jumps to two-week peak on short covering, India weather forecasts

    Malaysian palm oil futures rose over 1 percent on Wednesday evening, a third straight day of gains, on the back of technical buying and as the market turned bullish on forecasts that the world's top palm importer India is likely to receive below-normal monsoon rains in 2018. The benchmark palm oil contract for October delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was 0.8 percent higher at 2,212 ringgit ($544.29) a tonne at the end of the trading day. "The market is most likely short covering after a failure to go lower, and is also up on India's weather play which will likely reduce their crop and they will need to import more," said a Kuala Lumpur-based trader.

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  • The EU de-escalated a trade war with the US by promising to do things it wanted to do anyway
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  • Reuters2 months ago

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  • Goldman Sachs says maintains bullish view on commodities
    Reuters2 months ago

    Goldman Sachs says maintains bullish view on commodities

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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Goldman Sachs says maintains bullish view on commodities

    The upbeat view was based on strong demand growth, supply disruptions and depleting inventory levels in energy and metals markets, the Wall Street bank said in a note dated Wednesday. Goldman maintained its overweight recommendation for the sector and its forecast for a 12-month return on the S&P/Goldman Sachs Commodity Index (GSCI) of 10 percent. Goldman said it expects the impact on commodity markets from escalating trade tensions to be "very small," with the exception of soybeans, where flows cannot be rerouted given the size of U.S. exports and Chinese imports.

  • Reuters2 months ago

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  • Palm oil prices to decline in next two months, India demand to remain weak: analyst Mistry
    Reuters2 months ago

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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Palm oil prices to decline in next two months, India demand to remain weak: analyst Mistry

    Malaysian palm oil prices are forecast to fall to 2,100 ringgit ($520.60) a tonne in the next two months due to rising output, putting it at a discount to market rival soyoil, said leading vegetable oils analyst Dorab Mistry on Thursday. "As production picks up from July onwards, prices will have to decline to a discount of $100 under crude soyoil FOB," Mistry said at a seminar in Jakarta, although prices may initially rise from current levels. 2,100 ringgit is possible (in the) next 60 days," he said, assuming Brent crude oil prices stay in a $75-$85 a barrel range.

  • Vegoils: Palm oil falls most in a week on slower exports
    Reuters2 months ago

    Vegoils: Palm oil falls most in a week on slower exports

    Malaysian palm oil futures saw their sharpest fall in a week on Tuesday evening, snapping two sessions of gains, due to slowing demand. The benchmark palm oil contract for September delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was down 0.6 percent at 2,277 ringgit ($566.28) per tonne at the close of trade, its biggest daily drop since June 19. "The market is reacting towards weaker exports and weaker overnight soyoil prices," said a Kuala Lumpur-based futures trader, adding industry players were also looking out for production data.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Vegoils: Palm oil falls most in a week on slower exports

    Malaysian palm oil futures saw their sharpest fall in a week on Tuesday evening, snapping two sessions of gains, due to slowing demand. The benchmark palm oil contract for September delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was down 0.6 percent at 2,277 ringgit ($566.28) per tonne at the close of trade, its biggest daily drop since June 19. "The market is reacting towards weaker exports and weaker overnight soyoil prices," said a Kuala Lumpur-based futures trader, adding industry players were also looking out for production data.