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Market Commentary: The Wins of War

Negotiations are ongoing between the UN, Turkey, and Russia for extending the Black Sea grain corridor agreement beyond its scheduled expiration this coming Saturday. The Russians are demanding the removal of Western financial hurdles to their own trade, and the U.S. and EU have reportedly provided written assurances. All seemed to be on a path for resolution until… Wheat had been trading negative all session, with corn and soybeans looking lackluster. However, news broke late in the session that Moscow’s aggressive missile attacks on Ukraine included one veering into NATO member Poland and killing two people. Jets were reportedly scrambled, and Russia had also knocked power out in Moldova. The ugly situation was enough to sen...

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Summary of Futures

Mar 23 Corn closed at $6.7975/bushel, down $0.04 from yesterday's close.  Mar 23 Wheat closed at $7.6125/bushel, up $0.0875 from yesterday's close.  Mar 23 Soybeans closed at $15.38/bushel, up $0.0275 from yesterday's close.  Mar 23 Soymeal closed at $484.2/short ton, down $4.5 f...

New Trade Agenda; Walk the Meat Talk

New Trade Agenda Tomorrow will present the Senate Agriculture Committee’s first hearing in preparation for writing a new Farm Bill and the first two topics are trade, and horticulture. It will be the first hearing for newly confirmed USDA Under Secretary for Trade Alexis Taylor. The line...

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Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa Regional Analysis

Regional Updates MEDITERRANEAN/MIDDLE EAST/NORTH AFRICA/AFRICA – MEA REGION Egyptian government officials said the “dollar crisis” has now been corrected and that foreign payments are being made by banks and delayed goods are clearing customs. Extra efforts have been made to r...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Summary of Futures

Mar 23 Corn closed at $6.7975/bushel, down $0.04 from yesterday's close.  Mar 23 Wheat closed at $7.6125/bushel, up $0.0875 from yesterday's close.  Mar 23 Soybeans closed at $15.38/bushel, up $0.0275 from yesterday's close.  Mar 23 Soymeal closed at $484.2/short ton, down $4.5 f...

New Trade Agenda; Walk the Meat Talk

New Trade Agenda Tomorrow will present the Senate Agriculture Committee’s first hearing in preparation for writing a new Farm Bill and the first two topics are trade, and horticulture. It will be the first hearing for newly confirmed USDA Under Secretary for Trade Alexis Taylor. The line...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa Regional Analysis

Regional Updates MEDITERRANEAN/MIDDLE EAST/NORTH AFRICA/AFRICA – MEA REGION Egyptian government officials said the “dollar crisis” has now been corrected and that foreign payments are being made by banks and delayed goods are clearing customs. Extra efforts have been made to r...

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Parsing the Data

Brazil’s meat processors are expressing angst that their country’s boosted corn exports to China this year will drive up domestic feed costs to what they describe as an “overpriced” level. The number of Chinese bidders for imported corn is large as the Middle Kingdom&rsq...

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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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