Let’s Learn About Soybeans Commodity Trading Options


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Soybeans commodity plants grow in any climate with a warm growing season and are an important source of protein in many modern diets. Visit here: https://bit.ly/2RHOxoK


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Let’s Learn About Soybeans Commodity Trading Options:

Let’s Learn About Soybeans Commodity Trading Options

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Soybeans are an edible legume native to Asia and are an important source of protein in many modern diets. Chinese farmers first domesticated soybeans commodity, Sugar Commodity, Coffee Commodity and Corn Commodity around 1100 BC. Since that time, cultures around the world have cultivated the crop as a food source. Soybeans commodity plants grow in any climate with a warm growing season and ample water and sun. Farmer’s plant seeds in rows, and in four to seven days they sprout into plants. The planting season in the United States is between May and July, and harvesting occurs around September when the crop has fully matured.

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At the beginning of the planting season, farmers choose which crop to plant. To make this decision in an economically rational way, they compare the new crop futures prices for each of the two commodities. December is the new crop month for corn, while for soybeans it’s November. Soybeans commodity processors extract oil from the soybean, which can then be refined into cooking oil or used as an ingredient in food products such as margarine, salad dressings and mayonnaise. Many breads, crackers, cakes, cookies and pies also contain soybean oil. Biodiesel producers also buy soybean oil and use it to make fuels . The soybean meal that remains after oil extraction can be toasted and prepared as animal feed for poultry, pigs, cattle and other farm animals.

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Soy is used in a variety of other products: Bio-composite building materials. Particleboard, laminated plywood and lumber products. Commercial carpets and home upholstery. Solvents and industrial lubricants. Soy ink and crayons. Foams for automobile upholstery. Many of the economic and trade factors that move soybean prices affect Soybeans commodity in general, including: US Production The US Dollar Emerging Market Demand

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The United States is the largest of Soybeans commodity and typically accounts for about one-third of the global supply. Brazil and Argentina are the second- and third-largest producers for Soybeans commodity, Sugar Commodity, Coffee Commodity, Corn Commodity, respectively. These three countries account for over 80% of global soybean production annually. Other significant producers include China, India, Paraguay, Canada, Mexico and the European Union. Soybeans commodity futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts in which the contract buyer agrees to take delivery, from the seller, a specific quantity of soybeans ( eg . 5000 bushels) at a predetermined price on a future delivery date.

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