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2020-03-06 10:22:28 SunSirs
The soybean meal commodity index was 89.13 on March 5, down 0.07 points from yesterday, down 36.28% from the highest 139.88 points in the cycle
2020-02-14 08:40:11 SunSirs
After February 5, the soybean meal market gradually increased, and the price went up all the way, with an overall increase of more than 2%.
2020-02-07 10:57:26 SunSirs
On February 6, the soybean meal commodity index was 84.70, up 0.97 points from yesterday, down 39.45% from 139.88 (2012-Septmber-04), the highest point in the
2020-02-05 11:00:43 SunSirs
On February 4, the agricultural and sideline index was 1055, down 2 points from yesterday, 5.04% from 1111 (2012-Septmber-05), the highest point in the cycle,
2020-01-16 11:07:12 SunSirs
The soybean meal commodity index on January 15 was 85.03, which was the same as yesterday, down 39.21% from the highest point of the cycle
2020-01-08 14:16:34 SunSirs
The soymeal commodity index stood at 86.73 on January 7, unchanged from the previous day, decrease 38.00% from its cycle highest 139.88 (2012-09-04) and up
2019-12-12 14:12:05 SunSirs
1. Price Trend The soybean meal commodity index on December 11 was 90.03, which was the same as yesterday. It is 35.64% lower than the
2019-12-06 08:40:35 SunSirs
1. Price Trend The soybean meal commodity index on December 5 was 90.33, a decrease of 0.6 points from yesterday, and a 35.42% decrease from
2019-11-11 15:02:27 SunSirs
On November 8, the soybean meal commodity index was 94.63, up 0.2 points from yesterday, down 32.35% from 139.88 (2012-09-04), the highest point in the
2019-10-29 11:28:28 SunSirs
On October 28, the soybean meal commodity index was 95.93, down 1.6 points from yesterday, down 31.42% from 139.88 (2012-09-04), the highest point in the
2019-10-08 11:31:32 SunSirs
According to the monitoring of SunSirs: during the National Day, the price of soybean meal was rising. On October 7, 43% of soybean meal was
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