- May 29 - USDA announced export sales of 202,000 MT of US soybeans for delivery to unknown destinations during the 2015/16

- Weekly US soybean export sales data for week ended May 21 – 377,500 MT, incl. 322,400 MT for 2014/15 vs. expected 150,000-300,000 MT and 55,100 MT for 2015/16 vs. expected 100,000-300,000 MT

- Grains crushers in Rosario, Argentina's main export hub, agreed a pay deal late on Friday to end a three week strike that had delayed some soya export shipments

- Argentine soy harvest is estimated above 90% complete with yields indicating their crop could be larger than the current estimate of 60 MMT

- Brazilian farmers will likely expand the area planted with soyabeans for a ninth consecutive year despite low prices

- Ukraine's Ag Min said farmers planted 1.92 MH of soybean through May 28, or 100% of the planned area vs. 1.63 MH a year ago

- Russia's Ag Min said farmers planted 1.5 MH of soybean through May 29, or 70.7% of the planned total planted area vs. 1.3 MH a year ago

- Ukraine's Ag Min said farmers planted 4.58 MH of sunflower through May 28, or 99.6% of the planned area vs. 4.43 MH a year ago

- Russia's Ag Min said farmers planted 6.2 MH of sunflower through May 29, or 93.9% of the planned total planted area vs. 6.5 MH a year ago

- Indonesia keeps June export tax at zero for crude palm oil