According to Agricensus, three cargoes of Brazilian soybeans were sold to a U.S. soybean crusher on the East Coast. These shipments are expected to be delivered in late February. East Coast end-users have purchased Brazilian soybeans in the past, but that usually happens in May when the supply of U.S. soybean supply is tight. It is unusual for that type of business to happen this early in the year.
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