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Wheat was the big mover during the overnight session. Its direction was downward as weather models indicated that after another seven days of dry conditions, 19-21 April will offer a fair chance of moderate rain showers over parts of Kansas. Amounts are supposed to be heavy enough to cheer up wheat growers there for a while, but they won’t be heavy enough to break the drought pattern that has persisted over the southern half of the Plains since last fall. Overnight corn trade was mostly at slightly lower levels, and soybeans stayed with small gains. The day session was somewhat more active as the outlook for rain in the Plains late next week held. Still, wheat managed to moderate its early losses by a penny or two at the close. Corn...

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feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

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After featuring active trade and higher prices on Monday and Tuesday, grain and soybean markets paused to catch their breath today. Volume was restrained, and limited price action kept values near Tuesday’s closes. Following those rare occasions during the past few months when markets ral...

Trading Barbs; Got Milk?

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Russian Grain Markets: 9-13 July 2018 The domestic grain market was influenced by different trends as new crop production started being traded along with that of previous seasons. Milling wheat export prices grew $2.00/MT to $202/MT FOB Black Sea, but purchase prices at seaports were stable (in...

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Ag, energy, and soft commodity futures’ technical patterns, including momentum and long-term indicators, are examined. Changes in the forward curve for grain futures have important implications while livestock momentum indicators provide directional insights...

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