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Market Commentary

After featuring active trade and higher prices on Monday and Tuesday, grain and soybean markets paused to catch their breath today. Volume was restrained, and limited price action kept values near Tuesday’s closes. Following those rare occasions during the past few months when markets ral...

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Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 9-13 July 2018 The domestic grain market was influenced by different trends as new crop production started being traded along with that of previous seasons. Milling wheat export prices grew $2.00/MT to $202/MT FOB Black Sea, but purchase prices at seaports were stable (in...

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Summary of Futures

Ag, energy, and soft commodity futures’ technical patterns, including momentum and long-term indicators, are examined. Changes in the forward curve for grain futures have important implications while livestock momentum indicators provide directional insights...

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Closing Bell Wrap-Up

Grains traded a quiet, mixed session while cattle futures moved sharply higher ahead of this week’s fundamental reports. Hog futures, of course, put in new contract lows (again) amid continued uncertainty about pork demand.  The Midwest weather remains favorable for crop development...

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Crush Margins and Soybean Prices Hinge on Soymeal Demand

The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) reported on Monday that members crushed 159.2 million bushels of soybeans during June, a record for the month but about 400,000 bushels below market expectations. The total was up 21.2 million bushels from last year while down 4.3 million bushe...

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China In-Country Analysis

Oilseeds Soymeal Inventory Declines as Crushers Dial Back Activity With the tariff on U.S. soybeans becoming effective on 6 July, feed demand has remained relatively solid. The more significant driver of soymeal inventories across China last week, however, was a decline in crushing output as co...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Market Commentary

Grain and soy prices firmed overnight, in part because USDA dropped weekly condition ratings for corn and soybeans further than the trade expected. Another element of support came from FGIS export inspections showing that demand for soybeans and corn remains at a high pace despite trade conflic...

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Closing Bell Wrap-Up

The fundamentals are kicking in and pulling CBOT products higher. Spotty growing conditions across the Midwest, including reports of both drought and drown-out spots, are boosting corn and soybean values while declining production prospects internationally for wheat pushed those prices higher.&...

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Corn Crop Questions

It has been a tumultuous three months for grain and soy markets, which have been roiled by the Trump administration’s aggressive “take no prisoners” approach to trade, trading agreements and trading partners. Imposing tariffs on imports of steel, aluminum, industrial products...

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Summary of Futures

Changes in Commodity Analytics’ short-term technical indicators for grain futures should be carefully examined against long-term signals. Elsewhere, livestock futures (live cattle, feeder cattle, and lean hogs) are showing technical signals that may influence how traders should manage the...

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Further Analysis of the WASDE Forecasts for the Soybean Sector

Last week’s WASDE report made several major changes in USDA’s forecasts for the soybean sector. The most important ones were related to the 25 percent tariff that China imposed on soybeans from the U.S. as a result of the trade dispute between the two countries. Because of that high...

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Record U.S. Corn and Soybean Yields?

There has been a great deal of conversation over the past several weeks about the possibility that U.S. corn and soybean yields might be much better than current estimates. That higher yield speculation is of course the result of great weekly crop condition ratings. In the past week, however, t...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Market Commentary

After featuring active trade and higher prices on Monday and Tuesday, grain and soybean markets paused to catch their breath today. Volume was restrained, and limited price action kept values near Tuesday’s closes. Following those rare occasions during the past few months when markets ral...

wheat feed-grains soy-oilseeds

Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 9-13 July 2018 The domestic grain market was influenced by different trends as new crop production started being traded along with that of previous seasons. Milling wheat export prices grew $2.00/MT to $202/MT FOB Black Sea, but purchase prices at seaports were stable (in...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Summary of Futures

Ag, energy, and soft commodity futures’ technical patterns, including momentum and long-term indicators, are examined. Changes in the forward curve for grain futures have important implications while livestock momentum indicators provide directional insights...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Closing Bell Wrap-Up

Grains traded a quiet, mixed session while cattle futures moved sharply higher ahead of this week’s fundamental reports. Hog futures, of course, put in new contract lows (again) amid continued uncertainty about pork demand.  The Midwest weather remains favorable for crop development...

soy-oilseeds

Crush Margins and Soybean Prices Hinge on Soymeal Demand

The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) reported on Monday that members crushed 159.2 million bushels of soybeans during June, a record for the month but about 400,000 bushels below market expectations. The total was up 21.2 million bushels from last year while down 4.3 million bushe...

soy-oilseeds feed-grains

China In-Country Analysis

Oilseeds Soymeal Inventory Declines as Crushers Dial Back Activity With the tariff on U.S. soybeans becoming effective on 6 July, feed demand has remained relatively solid. The more significant driver of soymeal inventories across China last week, however, was a decline in crushing output as co...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds wheat

Market Commentary

Grain and soy prices firmed overnight, in part because USDA dropped weekly condition ratings for corn and soybeans further than the trade expected. Another element of support came from FGIS export inspections showing that demand for soybeans and corn remains at a high pace despite trade conflic...

livestock feed-grains soy-oilseeds

Closing Bell Wrap-Up

The fundamentals are kicking in and pulling CBOT products higher. Spotty growing conditions across the Midwest, including reports of both drought and drown-out spots, are boosting corn and soybean values while declining production prospects internationally for wheat pushed those prices higher.&...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds

Corn Crop Questions

It has been a tumultuous three months for grain and soy markets, which have been roiled by the Trump administration’s aggressive “take no prisoners” approach to trade, trading agreements and trading partners. Imposing tariffs on imports of steel, aluminum, industrial products...

feed-grains wheat livestock

Summary of Futures

Changes in Commodity Analytics’ short-term technical indicators for grain futures should be carefully examined against long-term signals. Elsewhere, livestock futures (live cattle, feeder cattle, and lean hogs) are showing technical signals that may influence how traders should manage the...

soy-oilseeds

Further Analysis of the WASDE Forecasts for the Soybean Sector

Last week’s WASDE report made several major changes in USDA’s forecasts for the soybean sector. The most important ones were related to the 25 percent tariff that China imposed on soybeans from the U.S. as a result of the trade dispute between the two countries. Because of that high...

feed-grains soy-oilseeds

Record U.S. Corn and Soybean Yields?

There has been a great deal of conversation over the past several weeks about the possibility that U.S. corn and soybean yields might be much better than current estimates. That higher yield speculation is of course the result of great weekly crop condition ratings. In the past week, however, t...

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