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Crush Spread

A commodity spread involving soybean products. In it, one buys soybean futures at the same time one sells futures in soybean meal and soybean oil. Crushes are useful because they can take advantage of price spread between the underlying soybeans and products that can be derived from soybeans. See also: Reverse crush.

crush

A combination commodity trade in which soybean futures are purchased and soybean meal or oil futures are sold. Compare reverse crush.
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It can be very hurtful and discouraging to hear that your crush doesn't like you.
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In small- to mid-size quarries, 200 to 500 tons per hour, using a portable plant can be beneficial--especially a plant mounted on a tracked chassis, which can crush at the face and save time and the enormous cost of transporting raw materials in dump trucks.
When do I know if it's OK for me to pursue my crush prospect?