- June 10 - USDA announced export sales of 128,500 MT of US soybeans to unknown destinations for 2014/15 (8,500 MT) and 2015/16 (120,000 MT) delivery

- June 10 - Taiwan Sugar Corp. bought 23,000 MT of US corn and 12,000 MT of US soybeans for October shipment

- US soybean ending stocks for the 2015/16 marketing year were cut by 25 million bushels to 475 million bushels (487 MB - average estimate). For 2014/15, USDA cut soy end stocks to 330 MB from 350 MB(339 MB - average estimate)

- USDA raised its forecast of global soybean production in 2015/16 by 0.3 MMT to 317.6 MMT, now slightly below the record set in the prior year (318.3 MMT in 2014/15)

- USDA lowered 2015/16 world soybean inventories to 93.2 MMT from May estimate of 96.2 MMT and vs. average expectation of 96 MMT, but it will be a record high and vs. 83.7 MMT in 2014/15

- Safras e Mercado estimated Brazil's 2015 soybean crush at 39.2 MMT up 6% from 2014. Safras e Mercado estimated Brazil's 2015 soybean crop at 98.6 MMT and soybean exports at 48.5 MMT (45.7 MMT in 2014)

- Weather experts said El Nino pattern could create favorable conditions for Argentina's 2015/16 soybean crop - possibly pushing output to a record high

- Strategie Grains increased its estimate 2015 EU rapeseed crop to 22.27 MMT from 22.1 MMT earlier and vs. 24.29 MMT in 2014

- Strategie Grains decreased its estimate of 2015 EU sunflower seed crop to 8.35 MMT vs. previous of 8.44 MMT and 2014 crop of 8.81 MMT

- Strategie Grains increased its estimate of 2015 EU soybean crop to 2.23 MMT from 2.15 MMT earlier and vs. 1.82 MMT in 2014

- Oil World estimated 2015 Russian soybean crop at a record of 2.8-2.9 MMT vs. 2014 crop of 2.4 MMT