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USDA's World Estimates Seen Little Changed

05/06/2014 @ 3:08pm

The following are analysts' estimates in millions of metric tons for Brazil and Argentina soybean and corn production in the 2013-14 marketing year, as compiled by the Wall Street Journal. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is scheduled to release its world supply and demand report at noon EDT on Friday.

Brazil, Argentina Corn, Soybean Production 
(in million metric tons) 
 
Brazil 
             Average       Range       USDA April 
Corn          72.2       70.5-74.0        72.0 
Soybeans      87.3       87.0-87.5        87.5 
 
Argentina 
             Average       Range       USDA April 
Corn          23.9       22.3-24.8        24.0 
Soybeans      54.4       54.0-55.0        54.0 
 
 
                  Brazil Production           Argentina Production 
                  Corn     Soybeans           Corn        Soybeans 
Daniels Trading   72.0       87.5             24.75         54.5 
Doane Advisory    72.0       87.5             24.0          54.0 
EDF Man Capital   74.0       87.5             24.0          54.0 
Farm Futures      73.0       87.0             24.0          54.0 
Futures Intl      72.0       87.0             24.0          54.5 
Global Commods    70.5       87.4             22.3          54.5 
Jefferies Bache   72.0       87.5             24.0          55.0 
Newedge           73.0       87.5             24.0          54.5 
Northstar         72.0       87.0             24.0          54.5 
Water Street      72.0       87.5             24.0          54.0 
Zaner Ag Hedge    72.0       87.0             24.0          54.5

-Write to Tony C. Dreibus at tony.dreibus@wsj.com.

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

May 06, 2014 15:57 ET (19:57 GMT)

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