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Southeast Europe Regional Analysis

Milling Wheat The Black Sea market was weaker last week in the absence of fresh demand. Consumers in the major destinations are more or less covered until the end of the current campaign. The new crop (August) Russian wheat offer is $30/MT below that of old crop (May). This big inverse gives consumers a strong incentive to hold minimum possible stocks at the junction between the two campaigns. Meanwhile, weather in southern Russia and Ukraine remains generally favorable for winter wheat development. The next rains there are expected to start next weekend. The market in Romania and Bulgaria is under pressure as farmers and local traders are liquidating the balance of their long positions. However, buying interests are difficult to find. T...

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Market Commentary

Modest volume in overnight trading featured mostly lower prices before the market turned higher heading into the morning break. Corn, soybean, and wheat futures all finished that session with 3-5 cent gains. The day session opened with notable buy corn/sell soybeans action that left the soy com...

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Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 18-12 July 2019 The downward trend in domestic prices continued for the most part. However, the average milling wheat (12.5 percent protein) export price grew $2/MT to $196/MT FOB Black Sea, while the average purchase price fell to RUB 10,400-10,500/MT CPT-port Black Sea...

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Summary of Futures

Dec 19 Corn closed at $4.415/bushel, up $0.0025 from yesterday's close.  Sep 19 Wheat closed at $5.055/bushel, down $0.02 from yesterday's close.  Nov 19 Soybeans closed at $9.005/bushel, down $0.055 from yesterday's close.  Dec 19 Soymeal closed at $313.6/short ton, down $1.2 fr...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Market Commentary

Modest volume in overnight trading featured mostly lower prices before the market turned higher heading into the morning break. Corn, soybean, and wheat futures all finished that session with 3-5 cent gains. The day session opened with notable buy corn/sell soybeans action that left the soy com...

wheat feed-grains soy-oilseeds

Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 18-12 July 2019 The downward trend in domestic prices continued for the most part. However, the average milling wheat (12.5 percent protein) export price grew $2/MT to $196/MT FOB Black Sea, while the average purchase price fell to RUB 10,400-10,500/MT CPT-port Black Sea...

feed-grains wheat soy-oilseeds

Summary of Futures

Dec 19 Corn closed at $4.415/bushel, up $0.0025 from yesterday's close.  Sep 19 Wheat closed at $5.055/bushel, down $0.02 from yesterday's close.  Nov 19 Soybeans closed at $9.005/bushel, down $0.055 from yesterday's close.  Dec 19 Soymeal closed at $313.6/short ton, down $1.2 fr...

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Basic Explanation of Current Technical Markets

Bottom Line: Markets are technically sideways until there is new information to guide them. It is fairly interesting that if you pop up a bean, wheat, or corn chart, they present wide sideways trading formations at the top of an extended run higher, which can become toppy if we settle under key...

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