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NOPA January Soy Crush Seen Up
Fri Feb 15, 2013 09:36 AM CST

CHICAGO (Dow Jones) -- Soybean crush rates for January are expected to climb to 160.6 million bushels, as domestic processors crushed soybeans at a near record pace amid stout demand for soy products, according to a survey of industry analysts.

The National Oilseed Processors Association, in its monthly soybean crush report, is expected to say the crush rose above a strong December pace of 159.9 million bushels.

The association's report -- which includes only data from members -- is scheduled to be released Friday at noon EST (1700 GMT).

The pace of crushing will push processing just shy of the ...

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