- June 16 - Egypt FIHC seeks 40,000 MT of soyoil and 22,000 MT of sunoil for August-September arrival

- USDA said 79% of the US soybean crop was planted as of June 7, below expectations for 80-84% complete and last year's (86%) and five-year average pace (81%). Crop condition was rated 69% good to excellent vs. 73% a year ago

- US soybean export inspections for week, ending June 4, reported 216,590 MT, above trade estimates

- Last week were good farmer selling of Brazilian and Argentinian soybeans

- Canadian farmers still having trouble getting enough seed to replant canola with dryness slowing replanting

- French Farm Ministry estimated country's rapeseed crop at 5.1 MMT, down 7.5% from a year ago

- Malaysia plans to lift its biodiesel mandate to 10% by October

- Malaysia's Felda Global Ventures Holdings, the world's third-largest palm plantation operator, had bought 836.1 hectares of land with mature palm trees in east Malaysia from Golden Land Bhd for 655 million ringgit (173.92 million $)