South America
Demand

Parana Riverbank Collapses

Alan BarrettMay 19, 2020

The bank collapse of Argentina’s Parana River coupled with water levels at 50-year lows are currently making that country’s ag exports difficult. U.S. Soy has…

Demand

Parana River Levels Shifting Volumes to U.S.

Alan BarrettMay 5, 2020

Lower water levels along Argentina’s Parana River may limit that country’s exports and possibly boost U.S soybean sales.

Exports

Argentina Halts New Export Licenses as Higher Taxes Loom

Rob HatchettFeb 27, 2020

The Argentine government temporarily froze the registration of new grain and oilseed export licenses on February 26, potentially affecting U.S. and global soy supply chains.

Infrastructure

Brazil’s Minimum Freight Rates May be Ruled Unconstitutional

Alan BarrettFeb 26, 2020

A possible truckers’ strike in Brazil could potentially affect the U.S. soy industry.

Exports

Paving of BR-163 Improves Brazil Northern Arc Ports

Alan BarrettFeb 7, 2020

Improvements to Brazilian infrastructure could potentially affect the U.S. soy industry.

Marketplace

In-Depth Look at South American Soybean Prospects

Rob HatchettJan 11, 2020

As the calendar turns to 2020, so too has the market’s supply focus swung from the recent U.S. harvest towards the prospects for the upcoming…