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PM Post - Still No Reversal

THE OPEN November beans:  2 1/4 lower December meal:  .40 lower December soyoil:  3 lower December corn:  1 14/ lower December wheat:  1 3/4 lower The markets opened as called and jumped either side of even with beans and corn supported by good export sales and more business announcements to China.  More fund buying was again noted at the open in very good turnover as corn, beans, and meal climbed to new market highs on a fundamental and technical basis.  The strong trend in bean prices remained the catalyst of support for other markets except for soyoil, which was at the mercy of buy meal/sell soyoil trade.   SOY The soy complex once again opened into tentative trade, but funds were ba...

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SPREADS Dec crush remains strong at 1.27c/bu while oilshare trades at 30.61%.  Bullspreads remain strong with Dec/Dec corn inverting to 12 1/2c from 8 1/4c while Dec/March narrows into 3 1/2c from 4 1/2c.  Jan/March beans inverts to 11 3/4c from 10c, and against recent highs of 29c po...

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AM Outlook - Rising Premiums

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Market Commentary: Drought Drives Wheat Higher; Corn, Soybeans Firm Amid Harvest

The CBOT continued most of the trends that developed yesterday with funds remaining net buyers in corn, wheat, and soybeans. Grains, especially wheat, led the CBOT to the upside while soybeans were mostly along for the ride. Soymeal and soyoil reversed their recent roles, with soyoil gaining on...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Upside Follow-through

SPREADS Dec crush remains strong at 1.27c/bu while oilshare trades at 30.61%.  Bullspreads remain strong with Dec/Dec corn inverting to 12 1/2c from 8 1/4c while Dec/March narrows into 3 1/2c from 4 1/2c.  Jan/March beans inverts to 11 3/4c from 10c, and against recent highs of 29c po...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

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feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

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CAP Reform in Focus; New Trade Policy; COVID Adjustments

CAP Reform in Focus This is a busy week in Brussels as tripartite negotiations hit a fever pitch over how green the next Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will be. Delegations are split with some wanting to increase the mandatory level of 2nd Pillar support for eco-schemes to 40 percent, and boo...

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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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