- US soybean export inspections for week, ending Apr 2, reported 564,823 tons, near the low end of market forecasts

- Brazil farmer soybean sales are estimated at 50% versus 62% this time last year

- Truck access to the Port of Santos, Brazil's largest, was further restricted early on Monday as a result of a fire that has raged for five days in a fuel depot near the port. While the restrictions are slowing new deliveries, they are not affecting export volumes of soybeans and other grains as the port has ample stocks. Santos handles a third of Brazil's soybean exports and half of its corn exports