Brazil soybean harvesting delays seen in February; crop to reach 132 mln T - analyst

SAO PAULO, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Brazil's soybean harvesting delays should continue throughout February after a drought pushed back plantings of the oilseeds, according to Thaís Italiani, market intelligence coordinator at Hedgepoint Global Markets.

Speaking at a webinar on Thursday, the analyst estimates Brazil's soybean crop at a record of 132 million tonnes this season. Italini also predicted the pace of harvesting pace in Brazil would only normalize in March. (Reporting by Roberto Samora Writing by Ana Mano)

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