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PM Post - Old Shorts and New Longs

THE OPEN Jan beans:  7 1/2 higher Jan meal: 1.10 higher Jan soyoil: 30 higher March corn:  2 1/2 higher March wheat:  1 1/2 higher The markets opened as expected with a surging soyoil market and oilshare cushioning beans.  Buy soyoil (on the back of higher palm and energies)...

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Technical Views - Risk On

SPREADS March crush trades top 1.08c/bu while oilshare moves into steady territory from lower at 33.70%.   Bean spreads are still wide with Jan/March trading from 14 1/4c out to 15 1/4c.  March/May beans trades from 14 1/4c to 14 3/4c.   March/May meal narrows into $2.6...

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AM Outlook - Looking for Cover

GOOD MORNING, The rising soy complex on Thursday was led by meal, which rebounded on technical consideration and news that Argentina's largest meal exporter, Vicentin, was in financial distress and having payment restructuring issues.  This company is Argentina's number one exporter of soy...

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PM Post - Soy the Star

THE OPEN Jan beans:  4 3/4 higher Jan meal:  1.50 higher Jan soyoil:  21 higher March corn:  3/4 lower March wheat:  1/4 higher The markets opened higher in the soy complex as shorts took the opportunity to cover beans and meal.  Meal prices led the way in terms of...

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Technical Views - Some Testing, Some Rallies

SPREADS March crush firms to 1.06c/bu while oilshare trades back over 34.0% to 34.11%.   Dec/March continues to widen trading back out to 9 3/4c. March/May corn trades from 5 1/2c to 6c.   March wheat/corn trades form 1.49c up to 1.51 1/2c.  Jan/March beans still a fair...

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AM Outlook - Mixed

GOOD MORNING, Corn prices were mixed yesterday but all other markets put in better trade, each for different reasons.  Corn struggled as new deliveries hit the market along with an ethanol stocks build.  Despite the weaker technical trade, corn appears to be heading into a sideways ra...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Sideways but Vulnerable

THE OPEN Jan beans:  6 1/4 higher Jan meal;  .80 higher Jan soyoil:  15 higher March corn: 1 higher March wheat:  3 1/4 higher The market opened as called with more short-covering activity in the soy complex that set the tone for a buy bean/sell corn spread trade.  The...

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Technical Views - Calls Versus Overall Trends

SPREADS March crush firmed to 1.04c/bu while oilshare is steady at 33.86%.  Jan/March beans trades from 14 1/2c to 14 3/4.  March/May meal trades from $3.20 to $3.30.   Dec/March corn trades back out to 9 1/2c from 9c, and values that were into 8c.  March/May corn widen...

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AM Outlook - Upward Calls

GOOD MORNING, Prices performed well yesterday considering the negative comments for trade negotiations, as Trump states that talks with China may extend well into 2020.  Not taking it lightly was the stock market, as the Dow dove over 400 pts. but came back for a close that was not as bad...

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PM Post - Searching for the Bottom

THE OPEN Jan beans:  1 3/4 higher Jan meal:  1.00 higher Jan soyoil:  3 higher March corn:  1 lower March wheat:  3 higher Prices opened as expected with more unwinding of recent spreads.  Corn gained on wheat and beans, oilshare was steady, and in the macro space...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Testing Bottoms

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.03c/bu while oilshare moves to 33.85%.   March/May beans trades into contract lows of 15 1/2c, which is 66% of fully carry.  Dec/March corn trades into 8c vs. 8 1/2c while March/May corn trades from 4 1/4c to 4 3/4c.  March/May meal trades fro...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Its Complicated

GOOD MORNING, The major trends are shifting a bit, as traders continue to buy grains/sell soy, the opposite of the trend over the last several months.  Good growing weather in South America is adding to supply pressure, even as more trade rhetoric turns negative.  There are concerns o...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - And the Beating Goes On

THE OPEN Jan beans:  3 higher Jan meal:   .70 higher Jan soyoil;  8 higher March corn:  1 higher March wheat:  1 higher Grains opened on a firm note with short-covering noted in corn, while wheat prices drifted lower.  The soy complex featured a sharply lower...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Mostly Higher

SPREADS March crush trades to 99c/bu while oilshare firms back over 34% to 34.15% on meal's slide against a sideways soyoil trade.  Jan/March beans trade from 14 1/4c to 14 3/4c while March/May meal trades out to $4.10 from $3.80.  March/May corn trades into 4c from 5c while Dec/March...

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AM Outlook - New Month, New Money

GOOD MORNING, It's the start of a new month with new money flows.  The commitment-of-trader's report will be released today due to the holiday.  The funds spent Friday purchasing more grains and selling more beans.  USDA weekly export sales were released on Friday and were good a...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Sideways Leads to Lower

Note: There will be no Technical Perspectives report tomorrow and Friday, 28-29 November. The next edition will be on Monday, 2 December. THE OPEN Jan beans:  1 3/4 higher Jan meal:  1.00 higher Jan soyoil:  8 higher March corn:  1/4 lower March wheat:  1 higher The mar...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Firmer Day Against a Lower Trend

SPREADS March crush margins still remain good at 1.00c/bu, while oilshare begins to firm off its corrective phase at 33.86%.  Dec/March corn trades back out to 11c in heavy volumes.  Dec/March Chicago wheat trades briefly to a 3/4c inverse yesterday, and trades from 1/4c to 1c today c...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Time for Recovery Today

GOOD MORNING, Prices are firmer this morning on oversold conditions and short-covering heading into the Thanksgiving closure on Thursday.  The delivery cycle begins at the close of this session with first notice day commencing on Friday, November 29.  Corn volumes are still comprised...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Fundamentals Prevail

THE OPEN Jan beans:  3 1/2 lower Jan soyoil:  19 lower Jan meal:  .70 lower March corn:  1 lower March wheat:  3 1/2 lower The markets opened as called but once again the path of least resistance was lower.  Trade talks don't have a set date, and until there is cla...

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Technical Views - Transparent

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.00c/bu while oilshare trades down to 33.55%.   Jan/March beans remains weak trading out to 14 1/2c from 14 1/4c.  Jan/March meal trades from $2.80 out to $3.00.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.52 1/4c to 1.53c.  Dec/March wheat narrows in...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Looking Lower

GOOD MORNING, Prices continue to trade on a mixed note, with bean prices mostly responding to good growing weather in Brazil and Argentina, which assures 2020 supplies will be ample.  Wheat saw support from ideas that China may want to lock down imports in lieu of Australia's lower product...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Housecleaning

THE OPEN Jan beans:  1 1/4 higher Jan meal: .90 higher Jan soyoil:  39 lower March corn:  1 1/2 higher March wheat:  5 3/4 higher The markets opened mixed with the theme of the week that of liquidation.  Short-covering was noted for corn with a buy grains/sell soy sprea...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Testing Both Sides of Even

SPREADS March crush trades to 99c/bu while oilshare trades below 34% to 33.86%.   Dec/March corn moves into 9 1/2c from 10c, while Dec/March wheat trades from 3 1/4c to 3 3/4c.  Dec/March meal moves back out to $5.00 from $4.70.  Jan/March beans moves to 14 1/4c from 14c.&nb...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Firmer with a Twist

GOOD MORNING, Prices are starting the session on a firmer note led by wheat.  The trade continues to monitor the pace of South American bean and corn plantings, trade negotiations, and the next set of data that will come out of the December WASDE.  In terms of new announcements, a Chi...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Old Shorts and New Longs

THE OPEN Jan beans:  7 1/2 higher Jan meal: 1.10 higher Jan soyoil: 30 higher March corn:  2 1/2 higher March wheat:  1 1/2 higher The markets opened as expected with a surging soyoil market and oilshare cushioning beans.  Buy soyoil (on the back of higher palm and energies)...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Risk On

SPREADS March crush trades top 1.08c/bu while oilshare moves into steady territory from lower at 33.70%.   Bean spreads are still wide with Jan/March trading from 14 1/4c out to 15 1/4c.  March/May beans trades from 14 1/4c to 14 3/4c.   March/May meal narrows into $2.6...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Looking for Cover

GOOD MORNING, The rising soy complex on Thursday was led by meal, which rebounded on technical consideration and news that Argentina's largest meal exporter, Vicentin, was in financial distress and having payment restructuring issues.  This company is Argentina's number one exporter of soy...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Soy the Star

THE OPEN Jan beans:  4 3/4 higher Jan meal:  1.50 higher Jan soyoil:  21 higher March corn:  3/4 lower March wheat:  1/4 higher The markets opened higher in the soy complex as shorts took the opportunity to cover beans and meal.  Meal prices led the way in terms of...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Some Testing, Some Rallies

SPREADS March crush firms to 1.06c/bu while oilshare trades back over 34.0% to 34.11%.   Dec/March continues to widen trading back out to 9 3/4c. March/May corn trades from 5 1/2c to 6c.   March wheat/corn trades form 1.49c up to 1.51 1/2c.  Jan/March beans still a fair...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Mixed

GOOD MORNING, Corn prices were mixed yesterday but all other markets put in better trade, each for different reasons.  Corn struggled as new deliveries hit the market along with an ethanol stocks build.  Despite the weaker technical trade, corn appears to be heading into a sideways ra...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Sideways but Vulnerable

THE OPEN Jan beans:  6 1/4 higher Jan meal;  .80 higher Jan soyoil:  15 higher March corn: 1 higher March wheat:  3 1/4 higher The market opened as called with more short-covering activity in the soy complex that set the tone for a buy bean/sell corn spread trade.  The...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Calls Versus Overall Trends

SPREADS March crush firmed to 1.04c/bu while oilshare is steady at 33.86%.  Jan/March beans trades from 14 1/2c to 14 3/4.  March/May meal trades from $3.20 to $3.30.   Dec/March corn trades back out to 9 1/2c from 9c, and values that were into 8c.  March/May corn widen...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Upward Calls

GOOD MORNING, Prices performed well yesterday considering the negative comments for trade negotiations, as Trump states that talks with China may extend well into 2020.  Not taking it lightly was the stock market, as the Dow dove over 400 pts. but came back for a close that was not as bad...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Searching for the Bottom

THE OPEN Jan beans:  1 3/4 higher Jan meal:  1.00 higher Jan soyoil:  3 higher March corn:  1 lower March wheat:  3 higher Prices opened as expected with more unwinding of recent spreads.  Corn gained on wheat and beans, oilshare was steady, and in the macro space...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Testing Bottoms

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.03c/bu while oilshare moves to 33.85%.   March/May beans trades into contract lows of 15 1/2c, which is 66% of fully carry.  Dec/March corn trades into 8c vs. 8 1/2c while March/May corn trades from 4 1/4c to 4 3/4c.  March/May meal trades fro...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Its Complicated

GOOD MORNING, The major trends are shifting a bit, as traders continue to buy grains/sell soy, the opposite of the trend over the last several months.  Good growing weather in South America is adding to supply pressure, even as more trade rhetoric turns negative.  There are concerns o...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - And the Beating Goes On

THE OPEN Jan beans:  3 higher Jan meal:   .70 higher Jan soyoil;  8 higher March corn:  1 higher March wheat:  1 higher Grains opened on a firm note with short-covering noted in corn, while wheat prices drifted lower.  The soy complex featured a sharply lower...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Mostly Higher

SPREADS March crush trades to 99c/bu while oilshare firms back over 34% to 34.15% on meal's slide against a sideways soyoil trade.  Jan/March beans trade from 14 1/4c to 14 3/4c while March/May meal trades out to $4.10 from $3.80.  March/May corn trades into 4c from 5c while Dec/March...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - New Month, New Money

GOOD MORNING, It's the start of a new month with new money flows.  The commitment-of-trader's report will be released today due to the holiday.  The funds spent Friday purchasing more grains and selling more beans.  USDA weekly export sales were released on Friday and were good a...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Sideways Leads to Lower

Note: There will be no Technical Perspectives report tomorrow and Friday, 28-29 November. The next edition will be on Monday, 2 December. THE OPEN Jan beans:  1 3/4 higher Jan meal:  1.00 higher Jan soyoil:  8 higher March corn:  1/4 lower March wheat:  1 higher The mar...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Firmer Day Against a Lower Trend

SPREADS March crush margins still remain good at 1.00c/bu, while oilshare begins to firm off its corrective phase at 33.86%.  Dec/March corn trades back out to 11c in heavy volumes.  Dec/March Chicago wheat trades briefly to a 3/4c inverse yesterday, and trades from 1/4c to 1c today c...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Time for Recovery Today

GOOD MORNING, Prices are firmer this morning on oversold conditions and short-covering heading into the Thanksgiving closure on Thursday.  The delivery cycle begins at the close of this session with first notice day commencing on Friday, November 29.  Corn volumes are still comprised...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Fundamentals Prevail

THE OPEN Jan beans:  3 1/2 lower Jan soyoil:  19 lower Jan meal:  .70 lower March corn:  1 lower March wheat:  3 1/2 lower The markets opened as called but once again the path of least resistance was lower.  Trade talks don't have a set date, and until there is cla...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Transparent

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.00c/bu while oilshare trades down to 33.55%.   Jan/March beans remains weak trading out to 14 1/2c from 14 1/4c.  Jan/March meal trades from $2.80 out to $3.00.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.52 1/4c to 1.53c.  Dec/March wheat narrows in...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Looking Lower

GOOD MORNING, Prices continue to trade on a mixed note, with bean prices mostly responding to good growing weather in Brazil and Argentina, which assures 2020 supplies will be ample.  Wheat saw support from ideas that China may want to lock down imports in lieu of Australia's lower product...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Housecleaning

THE OPEN Jan beans:  1 1/4 higher Jan meal: .90 higher Jan soyoil:  39 lower March corn:  1 1/2 higher March wheat:  5 3/4 higher The markets opened mixed with the theme of the week that of liquidation.  Short-covering was noted for corn with a buy grains/sell soy sprea...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Testing Both Sides of Even

SPREADS March crush trades to 99c/bu while oilshare trades below 34% to 33.86%.   Dec/March corn moves into 9 1/2c from 10c, while Dec/March wheat trades from 3 1/4c to 3 3/4c.  Dec/March meal moves back out to $5.00 from $4.70.  Jan/March beans moves to 14 1/4c from 14c.&nb...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Firmer with a Twist

GOOD MORNING, Prices are starting the session on a firmer note led by wheat.  The trade continues to monitor the pace of South American bean and corn plantings, trade negotiations, and the next set of data that will come out of the December WASDE.  In terms of new announcements, a Chi...

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