Soybean futures close higher
DALIAN, May 6– No.1 soybean futures closed higher on Friday in daytime trading at the Dalian Commodity Exchange. The most active No.1 soybean contract for July 2022 delivery gained 40 yuan to close at 6,179 yuan per tonne. China is the world’s largest soybean importer.
DALIAN, May 6 (Xinhua) — No.1 soybean futures closed higher on Friday in daytime trading at the Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE).
The most active No.1 soybean contract for July 2022 delivery gained 40 yuan (about 6.03 U.S. dollars) to close at 6,179 yuan per tonne.
On Friday, the total trading volume of six listed No.1 soybean futures contracts on the exchange was 111,240 lots, with a turnover of almost 6.81 billion yuan.
China is the world’s largest soybean importer. Enditem
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