Soybean Commodity Research and Analysis

Soybean Commodity Research and Analysis

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Difficult to Expand Short Term Supply?

Not Sensitive to Price Changes?

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Soybean Conclusion - When Soybean prices increase, consumers can not easily switch to using other commodities; therefore, prices will remain elevated.

SWOT Statistics soybean SWOT Analysis

Strengths + Opportunities = 11

Threats + Weaknesses = 6

Soybean Description Update

The soybean is a bean that used in many different ways. Soybeans are used to produce soy milk and tofu, as well as used in many animal feeds. Soybeans have a very high nutritional value and are rich in protein, making them a good choice when meat is not used or not available. Soy vegetable oil is a byproduct of the processing of the beans as well as many other byproducts that are equally important. Soy sauce is made from soy bean processing as well and is considered a fermented food. In the UK, soy beans are referred to as soya beans. It is an important commodity that follows the corn harvests and pricing.

What Increases the Price of Soybean?

What Decreases the Price of Soybean?

  • Inventory Tight “From now till February 2010, soybean supply is expected to remain tight,” Simone Yeoh of JPMorgan Securities (Malaysia) Sdn. and Aditya Srinath of PT JP Morgan Securities Indonesia wrote in a report...

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