- USDA said 87% of the US soybean crop was planted as of June 14, below last year's (91%) and five-year average pace (90%). Crop condition was rated 67% good to excellent vs. 69% a week ago and 73% a year ago

- US soybean export inspections for week, ending June 11, reported 226,614 MT, above trade estimates (100-200 TMT)

- NOPA said its members crushed 148.416 million bushels of soybeans in May, the most ever for the month. The figure topped an average of analyst estimates for 147.299 million bu. This represents a 15.6% increase from year-ago but a 1.3% decline from April 2015. Soyoil stocks rose to 1.578 billion lbs as of May 31 from 1.441 a month earlier and analysts' expectations of 1.401 billion lbs, but below last year's level of 1.97 billion lbs. Soymeal exports were lower than expected

- Indonesia delays start date for palm export levy to July 1

- FarmLink estimates 1 mln acres of Canadian canola have been reseeded