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PM Post - Corn Bear Trap?

THE OPEN March beans:  2 1/4 lower March meal:  .20 lower March soyoil:  25 lower March corn:  2 1/2 higher March wheat:  1 higher The markets opened as called, though more weakness was noted for the soy complex at the start of the day.  Grains recovered, led by co...

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Technical Views - Nowhere to go but Sideways

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.00c/bu while oilshare is lower, trading down to 35.22%.  July/Nov beans trade out to 5 1/2c from 5c, while March/May trades from 13c to 13 1/4c.  March/May meal widens out to $4.60 from $4.50.  March wheat /corn strengthens to 1.90 1/2c from 1.87 3...

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AM Outlook - Beans Down, Corn Sideways

GOOD MORNING, It'a a long weekend with markets closed for the Martin Luther King Holiday on Monday, January 20.  Grains are firmer this morning while the soy complex is mixed.  Wheat continues to see support from rising world values, and funds continue buying on a strong technical upt...

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PM Post - Uncertainties

THE OPEN March beans:  3 1/2 lower March meal:  .40 lower March soyoil:  .24 lower March corn:  5 lower March wheat:   8 1/4 lower The markets opened lower with fund selling in each market, namely profit-taking in soyoil and wheat, and what is probably new short po...

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Technical Views - But Possible Rally

SPREADS March crush is steady at 98c/bu while oilshare works down to 35.43%.  Corn spreads are weaker with July/Dec trading out to 4 1/4c from 1 3/4c, while March/May trades from 6 1/2c to 6 3/4c.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.85 3/4c down to 1.81c.  March/May wheat trades a to...

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AM Outlook - Still Down in the Mouth

GOOD MORNING, Equities celebrated the signing of the Phase One deal, but beans were not impressed.  A bearish NOPA soyoil stocks number sent soyoil prices tumbling, more or less confirming that the top posted a week ago was indeed a possible market high.   This AM, prices will be...

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PM Post - Rising Open Interest

THE OPEN March beans:  2 1/2 lower March meal:  .20 higher March soyoil:  29 lower March corn:  3/4 higher March wheat:  4 1/2 higher The markets opened as called with grains continuing to trade higher against a weaker soy complex.  The signing of the Phase One dea...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Correcting; Sideways; Well Bid

SPREADS March crush trades to 97c/bu while oilshare trades down to 35.74%.  July/Dec corn trades from 1 3/4c to 2c, while March/May trades back out to 7c from 6 3/4c.  July/Nov beans trades out to 3 1/4c from 1 3/4c.  March wheat/corn trades to 1.85c from 1.80c.  March/May m...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Difficult to be a Bean Bear

GOOD MORNING, Finally, the day of signing is here for the Phase One deal.  US Trade Rep Lighthizer and US Sec. Mnuchin said that all parts of the phase one deal will be made public today, with the event taking place at 10:30 Chicago time.  Specifics on commodities may remain murky at...

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PM Post - Export Chatter Leads CBOT Higher

THE OPEN March beans: 3 higher March meal: 2.90 higher March soyoil: 34 lower March corn: 1/2 higher March wheat: 7 1/2 higher The markets opened as expected with wheat making new highs at the start of the day on news that the Russian Ag Ministry proposed a plan to implement a first half 2020...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Watch the Numbers

SPREADS March crush trades down to 98c/bu while oilshare is 35.45%, correcting still from its highs over 36%.  Corn spreads are firmer with July/Dec trading into 1 1/4c from 2 1/2c, and March/May trading into 6 1/2c from 6 3/4c.  Bean spreads are also on the firm side with July/Nov tr...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Corn versus Beans

GOOD MORNING, The fight for acreage is heating up between corn and beans.   Corn is first up for planting, and sticking to its guns by holding in firm.  Resistance for beans is still in play with a carry-out that is not snug, and more supply on the way.  China may purchase b...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Squeeze on the Corn Bear

THE OPEN March beans: 7 lower March meal:  1.70 lower March soyoil:  27 lower March corn:  1 1/4 higher March wheat:  1 1/2 lower The markets opened as called with spread trade dominant, as traders unwound previous buy wheat and beans/sell corn.   The net short in...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Lower but Not Out

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.00c/bu while oilshare trades to 36.0%.  July/Dec corn trades out to 3c carry from 2 1/4c while March/May trades back out  to 7c.  July/Nov beans trades from 3c to 4 1/2c.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.78 3/4c down to 1.74 1/4c. PALM OIL Feb...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Change is in the Spread Trade

GOOD MORNING, Prices are mixed this morning post report as there were not enough changes in the Jan. final to call for a change in trend.   Instead, what we may find is a change in spread trade, particularly as we enter the start of a new growing season.  The last few months offe...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Bearish but Handled Well

THE OPEN March beans:  1 1/2 lower March meal:  .10 lower March soyoil:  3 lower March corn:  steady March wheat:  2 higher Prices opened as expected with further strength in wheat, which put in a new trading range high after the bell.  Light profit-taking was note...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Positioning to Jump

SPREADS March crush is firmer this morning trade to 1.01c/bu while oilshare is a steady trade at 36.49%.  Wheat spreads are firming with March/May trading into 2 1/2c from 3c.  March wheat/corn trades up to 1.80 3/4c from 1.77c as wheat trades to new market highs for the move up.&nbsp...

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AM Outlook - Wheat Leads

GOOD MORNING, The market leader for the morning is once again wheat, which placed a new high for the move up in the PM session.  No doubt that this has become a very technical trade.   All other markets are firmer as well, but are content to wait until we see the January report b...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Positioning Ahead of Tomorrow

THE OPEN March beans: 2 higher March meal:  .40 higher March soyoil:  20 higher March corn:  1 3/4 higher March wheat:  4 1/2 higher The markets opened the day on a firm note as called, but bean prices quickly turned two-sided with March meal dropping to new lows triggering...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Adjustments

SPREADS March crush trades to 98c/bu while oilshare is at 36.52%.  July/Dec corn trades from 2c to 2 1/2c, while March/May narrows into 6 3/4c from 7c.  July/Nov beans trades from 1 1/2c to 3 1/2c, settling in the middle this morning at 2 1/4c.  March/May wheat trades from 3c to...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Reports see Green

GOOD MORNING, Prices are higher across the board this morning as more technical buying continues in beans, wheat, and soyoil, and short-covering in corn.  Export sales will be delayed until Friday, at which time we also will get the very important January 10 WASDE final, along with Quarter...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Barring Unusual, Cake is Baked

THE OPEN March beans: 1 lower March meal:  .40 higher March soyoil:  11 lower March corn:  1 3/4 lower March wheat:  1/2 higher Prices opened as expected with traders back to buying beans and selling corn.   Short-covering in soyoil stabilized bean trade, which saw...

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AM Outlook - Trading on Report Guesses

GOOD MORNING, Futures were mixed overnight, with profit-taking in oilshare and corn prices drifting lower.  Corn has become the sell leg again for spread activity as dictated by weaker chart price action.   Futures continue to back and fill and stay in trading range territory in...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - More Knowns than Unknowns

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.01c/bu while oilshare trades sideways at 36.43%.  Corn spreads are slightly weaker with July/Dec trading out to 2 3/4c from 2 1/4c.  July/Nov beans trades into 3 1/2c from 4 3/4c.  March/May meal trades from $4.00 to $4.20.  March wheat/corn t...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Influences

THE OPEN March beans:  2 lower March meal:  1.30 lower March soyoil:  6 higher March corn:    1/2 lower March wheat:  3 1/2 lower The markets opened on a weaker note, with oilshare still firmer as soyoil futures remained firmer vs. meal.  The weaker tone conti...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Split Market

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.01c/bu while oilshare firmes to 36.46%.  July/Dec corn trades from 1 3/4c to 2c, while March/May posts a 6 3/4c trade from 6 1/2c.  July/Nov beans trades from 3 1/4c to 4 1/2c.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.65 1/4c to 1.63c.  March/May meal...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Consistent Parameters

GOOD MORNING, The week is going to head into trading range highs and lows with price action dominated by ideas surrounding the January 'final' USDA WASDE report.  Also to be released is the Quarterly stocks as of Dec. 1, along with the USDA monthly updates on US and world supply and demand...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Range Activity into the Report

THE OPEN March beans:  1 3/4 lower March meal:    .30 higher March soyoil:  52 lower March corn:  1 lower March wheat:  1/4 lower The markets opened as called with bean prices hopping to the upside of even and corn prices falling into sell-stops.  Buy bean/sel...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Choppy

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.05c/bu while oilshare is slightly weaker, trading down to 36.43%.  July/Dec corn trades from 1 1/2c to 2c.   March/May corn narrows into 6 1/2c from 6 3/4c.  March/May beans trades from 13 1/2c out to 14c, and vs. levels that narrowed into 12...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Tests Ahead of Friday

GOOD MORNING, Prices Friday were defensive as the US/Iran conflict created impacts across stocks and commodities.  Trade talk in the grain market was that the escalation of tensions by Iran / US could spill-over into trade negotiations between the US/China and impact a signing date, or far...

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PM Post - Good Catalyst for Housecleaning

THE OPEN March beans:  6 3/4 lower March meal:  2.30 lower March soyoil:  13 lower March corn:  2 1/4 lower March wheat:  5 1/2 lower The markets opened lower as called with more profit-taking based on technical considerations, and negative outside influences.  Nov...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Mixed Bag

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.03c/bu while oilshare trades to 36.69%.  July/Dec corn weakens out to 2 1/4c from 1/4c.  Jan/March beans trades from 11 1/2c to 12c, while March /May widens back out to 13c/13 1/2c from 12 3/4c yesterday.  March/May meal trades from $3.50 to $3.80...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Start of a Correction?

GOOD MORNING, Prices are mostly lower this morning as the markets rallied high enough to draw some profit-taking from the bull as the week draws to a close.  Funds who are short may adopt a wait and see attitude, particularly as far as the Chinese shopping list goes.   As corn an...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Chart Support Levels Build

THE OPEN March beans: steady March soyoil;  42 higher March meal:  1.00 lower March corn:  1/2 higher March wheat:  3 1/2 higher The markets opened as called with prices hitting new contract highs in soyoil on the back of a friendly palm oil market trade.  It was a risk...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Higher Leanings

SPREADS March crush drops back below 1.00c/bu to trade to 97.31c/bu, while oilshare trades slightly lower to 36.32%.  March/May beans trade from 12 3/4c to 13 3/4c.  July/Dec corn continues to have a small carry out to 2 1/2c. PALM OIL Up 74 ringgits higher, with cash up $12.50/mt.&nb...

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AM Outlook - Steady to Well Bid

GOOD MORNING The markets are called steady but could remain well bid with a macro-risk on day on the outside that could spill-over into grains and soy.  President Trump tweeted that the Phase One deal would be signed at the White House on Jan. 15.   The Dow was higher overnight a...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Corn Bear Trap?

THE OPEN March beans:  2 1/4 lower March meal:  .20 lower March soyoil:  25 lower March corn:  2 1/2 higher March wheat:  1 higher The markets opened as called, though more weakness was noted for the soy complex at the start of the day.  Grains recovered, led by co...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Nowhere to go but Sideways

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.00c/bu while oilshare is lower, trading down to 35.22%.  July/Nov beans trade out to 5 1/2c from 5c, while March/May trades from 13c to 13 1/4c.  March/May meal widens out to $4.60 from $4.50.  March wheat /corn strengthens to 1.90 1/2c from 1.87 3...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Beans Down, Corn Sideways

GOOD MORNING, It'a a long weekend with markets closed for the Martin Luther King Holiday on Monday, January 20.  Grains are firmer this morning while the soy complex is mixed.  Wheat continues to see support from rising world values, and funds continue buying on a strong technical upt...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Uncertainties

THE OPEN March beans:  3 1/2 lower March meal:  .40 lower March soyoil:  .24 lower March corn:  5 lower March wheat:   8 1/4 lower The markets opened lower with fund selling in each market, namely profit-taking in soyoil and wheat, and what is probably new short po...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - But Possible Rally

SPREADS March crush is steady at 98c/bu while oilshare works down to 35.43%.  Corn spreads are weaker with July/Dec trading out to 4 1/4c from 1 3/4c, while March/May trades from 6 1/2c to 6 3/4c.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.85 3/4c down to 1.81c.  March/May wheat trades a to...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Still Down in the Mouth

GOOD MORNING, Equities celebrated the signing of the Phase One deal, but beans were not impressed.  A bearish NOPA soyoil stocks number sent soyoil prices tumbling, more or less confirming that the top posted a week ago was indeed a possible market high.   This AM, prices will be...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Rising Open Interest

THE OPEN March beans:  2 1/2 lower March meal:  .20 higher March soyoil:  29 lower March corn:  3/4 higher March wheat:  4 1/2 higher The markets opened as called with grains continuing to trade higher against a weaker soy complex.  The signing of the Phase One dea...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Correcting; Sideways; Well Bid

SPREADS March crush trades to 97c/bu while oilshare trades down to 35.74%.  July/Dec corn trades from 1 3/4c to 2c, while March/May trades back out to 7c from 6 3/4c.  July/Nov beans trades out to 3 1/4c from 1 3/4c.  March wheat/corn trades to 1.85c from 1.80c.  March/May m...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Difficult to be a Bean Bear

GOOD MORNING, Finally, the day of signing is here for the Phase One deal.  US Trade Rep Lighthizer and US Sec. Mnuchin said that all parts of the phase one deal will be made public today, with the event taking place at 10:30 Chicago time.  Specifics on commodities may remain murky at...

wheat soy-oilseeds feed-grains

PM Post - Export Chatter Leads CBOT Higher

THE OPEN March beans: 3 higher March meal: 2.90 higher March soyoil: 34 lower March corn: 1/2 higher March wheat: 7 1/2 higher The markets opened as expected with wheat making new highs at the start of the day on news that the Russian Ag Ministry proposed a plan to implement a first half 2020...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Watch the Numbers

SPREADS March crush trades down to 98c/bu while oilshare is 35.45%, correcting still from its highs over 36%.  Corn spreads are firmer with July/Dec trading into 1 1/4c from 2 1/2c, and March/May trading into 6 1/2c from 6 3/4c.  Bean spreads are also on the firm side with July/Nov tr...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Corn versus Beans

GOOD MORNING, The fight for acreage is heating up between corn and beans.   Corn is first up for planting, and sticking to its guns by holding in firm.  Resistance for beans is still in play with a carry-out that is not snug, and more supply on the way.  China may purchase b...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Squeeze on the Corn Bear

THE OPEN March beans: 7 lower March meal:  1.70 lower March soyoil:  27 lower March corn:  1 1/4 higher March wheat:  1 1/2 lower The markets opened as called with spread trade dominant, as traders unwound previous buy wheat and beans/sell corn.   The net short in...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Lower but Not Out

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.00c/bu while oilshare trades to 36.0%.  July/Dec corn trades out to 3c carry from 2 1/4c while March/May trades back out  to 7c.  July/Nov beans trades from 3c to 4 1/2c.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.78 3/4c down to 1.74 1/4c. PALM OIL Feb...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Change is in the Spread Trade

GOOD MORNING, Prices are mixed this morning post report as there were not enough changes in the Jan. final to call for a change in trend.   Instead, what we may find is a change in spread trade, particularly as we enter the start of a new growing season.  The last few months offe...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Bearish but Handled Well

THE OPEN March beans:  1 1/2 lower March meal:  .10 lower March soyoil:  3 lower March corn:  steady March wheat:  2 higher Prices opened as expected with further strength in wheat, which put in a new trading range high after the bell.  Light profit-taking was note...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Positioning to Jump

SPREADS March crush is firmer this morning trade to 1.01c/bu while oilshare is a steady trade at 36.49%.  Wheat spreads are firming with March/May trading into 2 1/2c from 3c.  March wheat/corn trades up to 1.80 3/4c from 1.77c as wheat trades to new market highs for the move up.&nbsp...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Wheat Leads

GOOD MORNING, The market leader for the morning is once again wheat, which placed a new high for the move up in the PM session.  No doubt that this has become a very technical trade.   All other markets are firmer as well, but are content to wait until we see the January report b...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Positioning Ahead of Tomorrow

THE OPEN March beans: 2 higher March meal:  .40 higher March soyoil:  20 higher March corn:  1 3/4 higher March wheat:  4 1/2 higher The markets opened the day on a firm note as called, but bean prices quickly turned two-sided with March meal dropping to new lows triggering...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Adjustments

SPREADS March crush trades to 98c/bu while oilshare is at 36.52%.  July/Dec corn trades from 2c to 2 1/2c, while March/May narrows into 6 3/4c from 7c.  July/Nov beans trades from 1 1/2c to 3 1/2c, settling in the middle this morning at 2 1/4c.  March/May wheat trades from 3c to...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Reports see Green

GOOD MORNING, Prices are higher across the board this morning as more technical buying continues in beans, wheat, and soyoil, and short-covering in corn.  Export sales will be delayed until Friday, at which time we also will get the very important January 10 WASDE final, along with Quarter...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Barring Unusual, Cake is Baked

THE OPEN March beans: 1 lower March meal:  .40 higher March soyoil:  11 lower March corn:  1 3/4 lower March wheat:  1/2 higher Prices opened as expected with traders back to buying beans and selling corn.   Short-covering in soyoil stabilized bean trade, which saw...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Trading on Report Guesses

GOOD MORNING, Futures were mixed overnight, with profit-taking in oilshare and corn prices drifting lower.  Corn has become the sell leg again for spread activity as dictated by weaker chart price action.   Futures continue to back and fill and stay in trading range territory in...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - More Knowns than Unknowns

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.01c/bu while oilshare trades sideways at 36.43%.  Corn spreads are slightly weaker with July/Dec trading out to 2 3/4c from 2 1/4c.  July/Nov beans trades into 3 1/2c from 4 3/4c.  March/May meal trades from $4.00 to $4.20.  March wheat/corn t...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Influences

THE OPEN March beans:  2 lower March meal:  1.30 lower March soyoil:  6 higher March corn:    1/2 lower March wheat:  3 1/2 lower The markets opened on a weaker note, with oilshare still firmer as soyoil futures remained firmer vs. meal.  The weaker tone conti...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Split Market

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.01c/bu while oilshare firmes to 36.46%.  July/Dec corn trades from 1 3/4c to 2c, while March/May posts a 6 3/4c trade from 6 1/2c.  July/Nov beans trades from 3 1/4c to 4 1/2c.  March wheat/corn trades from 1.65 1/4c to 1.63c.  March/May meal...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Consistent Parameters

GOOD MORNING, The week is going to head into trading range highs and lows with price action dominated by ideas surrounding the January 'final' USDA WASDE report.  Also to be released is the Quarterly stocks as of Dec. 1, along with the USDA monthly updates on US and world supply and demand...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Range Activity into the Report

THE OPEN March beans:  1 3/4 lower March meal:    .30 higher March soyoil:  52 lower March corn:  1 lower March wheat:  1/4 lower The markets opened as called with bean prices hopping to the upside of even and corn prices falling into sell-stops.  Buy bean/sel...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Choppy

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.05c/bu while oilshare is slightly weaker, trading down to 36.43%.  July/Dec corn trades from 1 1/2c to 2c.   March/May corn narrows into 6 1/2c from 6 3/4c.  March/May beans trades from 13 1/2c out to 14c, and vs. levels that narrowed into 12...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Tests Ahead of Friday

GOOD MORNING, Prices Friday were defensive as the US/Iran conflict created impacts across stocks and commodities.  Trade talk in the grain market was that the escalation of tensions by Iran / US could spill-over into trade negotiations between the US/China and impact a signing date, or far...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Good Catalyst for Housecleaning

THE OPEN March beans:  6 3/4 lower March meal:  2.30 lower March soyoil:  13 lower March corn:  2 1/4 lower March wheat:  5 1/2 lower The markets opened lower as called with more profit-taking based on technical considerations, and negative outside influences.  Nov...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Mixed Bag

SPREADS March crush trades to 1.03c/bu while oilshare trades to 36.69%.  July/Dec corn weakens out to 2 1/4c from 1/4c.  Jan/March beans trades from 11 1/2c to 12c, while March /May widens back out to 13c/13 1/2c from 12 3/4c yesterday.  March/May meal trades from $3.50 to $3.80...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Start of a Correction?

GOOD MORNING, Prices are mostly lower this morning as the markets rallied high enough to draw some profit-taking from the bull as the week draws to a close.  Funds who are short may adopt a wait and see attitude, particularly as far as the Chinese shopping list goes.   As corn an...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

PM Post - Chart Support Levels Build

THE OPEN March beans: steady March soyoil;  42 higher March meal:  1.00 lower March corn:  1/2 higher March wheat:  3 1/2 higher The markets opened as called with prices hitting new contract highs in soyoil on the back of a friendly palm oil market trade.  It was a risk...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Technical Views - Higher Leanings

SPREADS March crush drops back below 1.00c/bu to trade to 97.31c/bu, while oilshare trades slightly lower to 36.32%.  March/May beans trade from 12 3/4c to 13 3/4c.  July/Dec corn continues to have a small carry out to 2 1/2c. PALM OIL Up 74 ringgits higher, with cash up $12.50/mt.&nb...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

AM Outlook - Steady to Well Bid

GOOD MORNING The markets are called steady but could remain well bid with a macro-risk on day on the outside that could spill-over into grains and soy.  President Trump tweeted that the Phase One deal would be signed at the White House on Jan. 15.   The Dow was higher overnight a...

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