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Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 1-5 October Prices followed the previous week’s trend of moving in different directions. While average prices also again mainly grew, they decreased slightly in USD expression due to weakening of the ruble. Exports slowed slightly because of Rosselkhoznadzor’s stricter control at seaports. Milling wheat export prices rose $2/MT to $232/MT FOB Black Sea, and purchase prices at seaports remained stable in RUB expression but fell in USD expression to $190/MT CPT-Black Sea port. The average feed barley export price grew $1/MT to $237/MT FOB, and the average CPT-Black Sea port price was stable in RUB expression but decreased in USD expression to $198/MT. The average corn export price was unchanged at $188/MT...

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Jul 19 Corn closed at $4.0425/bushel, up $0.145 from yesterday's close.  Jul 19 Wheat closed at $4.895/bushel, up $0.1925 from yesterday's close.  Jul 19 Soybeans closed at $8.2975/bushel, up $0.0825 from yesterday's close.  Jul 19 Soymeal closed at $300.5/short ton, up $3.3 from...

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The markets firmed up overnight following yesterday’s sell-off. The latter was generated by too many analysts trying to pick apart the administration’s latest confusing proposal to send more money to farmers because of the trade problem with China. None of that has anything to do wi...

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Could There Be a Black Swan Event Underway?

This week Dr. Scott Irwin of the University of Illinois Extension Service has been running commentary on Twitter regarding the delays in getting the U.S. corn and soybean crops planted. Tweets are brief by nature, and so are the following observations: He started talking about this spring plan...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Summary of Futures

Jul 19 Corn closed at $4.0425/bushel, up $0.145 from yesterday's close.  Jul 19 Wheat closed at $4.895/bushel, up $0.1925 from yesterday's close.  Jul 19 Soybeans closed at $8.2975/bushel, up $0.0825 from yesterday's close.  Jul 19 Soymeal closed at $300.5/short ton, up $3.3 from...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Market Commentary

The markets firmed up overnight following yesterday’s sell-off. The latter was generated by too many analysts trying to pick apart the administration’s latest confusing proposal to send more money to farmers because of the trade problem with China. None of that has anything to do wi...

feed-grains

Could There Be a Black Swan Event Underway?

This week Dr. Scott Irwin of the University of Illinois Extension Service has been running commentary on Twitter regarding the delays in getting the U.S. corn and soybean crops planted. Tweets are brief by nature, and so are the following observations: He started talking about this spring plan...

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Update for 24 May: Prices/data updated through today's close.   4 May Update: Pushed a user interface change and improved app responsiveness. Data updated to reflect prices through Friday's close.  Launch Information:  WPI is proud to introduce our FOB Prices and Ocean...

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Communicating importance of value-added products

Facing increasing pressure to quantify the value of export promotion efforts to investors, a U.S. industry organization retained WPI to develop a quantitative model that better communicated the importance of exports. The resulting model concluded that value-added meat exports contributed $0.45 cents per bushel to the price of corn, increasing support for that sector’s financial support of WPI’s client. In addition to serving the red meat industry with this type of analysis, WPI has generated similar deliverables for the U.S. soybean and poultry/egg industries.

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