Linn Soybeans - News and Analysis

Linn Soybeans: New Highs on Money Flow and Exports

The soybean market blasted past last Thursdays spike highs on the charts overnight, sending the market into new contract highs. […]

Linn Soybeans: China Cancels 245k Mt Of U.S. Beans

The soybean market pressed yesterday’s highs overnight, but wasn’t able to do much with it before we got a cancellation […]

Linn Soybeans: 2-Sided Early Trade

The soybean market was mostly higher overnight, but has come under pressure following the morning pause. The soybean market ended […]

Linn Soybeans: Money Flow Still Active

The soybean market seems to have calmed down a little bit this morning, after a wild day yesterday. The bears […]

Linn Soybeans: Above $14 in the March

The soybean market took mostly lower trade into the morning pause as profit taking set in following another impressive rally […]

Linn Soybeans: Large Sale to “Unknown”

The soybean market is grappling with a morning sale announcement of 568,000 MT of US old crop soybean sold to […]

Linn Soybeans: Still Chasing the Shorts

Front month beans and meal are still chasing the short, climbing to double digit gains overnight, to start the week. […]

Linn Soybeans: USDA Predicts Big Yields, Light Acres

The soybean market is under light pressure here this morning with the USDA outlook forum putting out some modestly bearish […]

Linn Soybeans: Brazilian Production Cuts And No Cancellations

The soybean market has traded mostly steady overnight, failing to move any higher, but certainly having no troubles holding on […]

Linn Soybeans: Supportive Start to Week

The soybean market has found support to start the trading week despite a reversal lower to end the week on […]

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