- Jan 21 - USDA announced 176,000 tons of US soybeans sold to China for 2014/15 shipment

- Jan 20 - USDA announced cancellation of export sales 174,000 tons of US soybeans to China for 2014/15 shipment

- Jan 16 - USDA announced cancellation of export sales 285,000 tons of US soybeans to China for 2014/15 shipment

- In the first half of January Pakistan bought 60,000 tons of soybeans from Brazil and 66,000 tons of US-origin soy for Mar-Apr shipment, and seeks another 60,000 tons of Brazilian soy for Apr shipment

- Jan 14 - USDA announced 202,750 tons of US soybeans sold to unknown destinations for 2014/15 (102,750 tons) and 2015/16 (100,000 tons) shipments

- Jan 9 - South Korea bought 100,000 tons non-GM soybeans for arrival in 2016 between January and September

- Jan 9 - South Korea NOFI bought 55,000 tons of South American or US-origin soymeal at 424.90 $/t c&f for arrival around July 1 and about 12,000 tons of Indian rapeseed meal at 288.98 $/t c&f for March 15 arrival

- Jan 8 - USDA announced 118,000 tons of US soybeans sold to China for 2014/15 shipment

- Jan 6 - USDA announced 243,000 tons of US soybeans sold to China for 2014/15 shipment

- Jan 5 - USDA announced 233,000 tons of US soybeans sold to China: 123,000 tons for 2014/15 shipment, 120,000 tons for 2015/16 shipment

- Conab raised Brazil's 2014/15 soybean crop forecast to 95.9 MMT from 95.8 MMT previously and vs. 86.1 MMT in 2013/14

- Conab estimated Brazil's 2014/15 soybean exports at 49.6 MMT (record) vs. 45.7 MMT (estimate) in 2013/14