U.S. Soy Supply at 48-Year Low as Brazil Ships Held: CommoditiesJeff Wilson
Dry weather and shipping delays in South America are boosting demand for soybeans from the U.S., the world’s largest grower and exporter, and producing the tightest inventories in almost five decades.
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