U.S. Soy Supply at 48-Year Low as Brazil Ships Held

U.S. Soy Supply at 48-Year Low as Brazil Ships Held

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Harvested soybeans are transferred into grain carts at a farm near Tangara da Serra, Brazil. Harvests in March and April from Argentina and Brazil still are forecast to be the highest ever, with combined output jumping 28 percent from a year earlier.