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Grain prices continue to whipsaw and are mixed in early North American trade. Corn and soybeans are higher while wheat prices are lower. Momentum has turned negative as the MACD (moving average convergence divergence) index generated a crossover sell signal.
Grain prices surged are higher in early North American trade as private exporters sold 140,000 metric tons of corn from optional origins to Saudi Arabia for this year and next. Daily sales of corn have slowed recently, and global buyers’ return to the market is boosting prices. Traders are also digesting rumors that China could start buying more American soybeans as trade relations between the two countries improve.Corn Prices
Grain prices are higher early North American trade on Wednesday, led by a breakout in corn with wheat prices surging more than 1%. NOPA reported a record crush and huge inventories of soybean oil which weighed on the soybean complex.Corn Prices
Grain prices are mixed in early North American trade on Tuesday, with soybeans rebounding following news that China might resume purchases of exports from the United States. Reports say that China is willing in principle to import more U.S. agricultural products in return for Washington smoothing penalties against ZTE. The uncertainty about whether China will continue to buy U.S. soybeans has been weakening the market for several weeks. Wheat has fallen for the last four sessions on expectations of large global supplies and better weather for crops in the U.S. and other regions.Corn Prices
Grain prices are moving lower in early North American trade on Monday. Wheat is taking it on the chin, but soybean and corn are also lower. Corn export activity moved lower in the latest week, but the 4-week average was down. Current export sales are 1% behind last year’s pace.Corn Prices
Grain prices are lower in early North American trade on Friday following Thursday USDA World supply and Demand report. The latest WASDE data showed the 2018/19 outlook for US soybeans to reflect higher supplies, crush, exports, and lower ending stocks compared with the 2017/18 crop. 2018/19 corn use is forecast to decline modestly from a year ago on reductions in domestic use and exports. However, corn used to produce ethanol is forecast 50 million bushels higher, largely due expectations of gasoline consumption growth. The 2018/19 wheat crop is projected at 1. ...
Grain prices are mixed in early North American trade on Wednesday. Looking ahead to the USDA monthly WASDE report Thursday will be wondering whether China taps its corn reserves, as opposed to purchasing it from the US on the open market. Global demand for corn in 2018-19 should surpass production, but China could generate relief by dippings into its own surplus. Corn prices edged higher early North-American trade on Wednesday.
Grain prices are giving back some of their recent gains. Corn and Wheat prices have broken out and soybean have lagged given concerns over tariffs in China which are weighing on prices. The soybean crush continues to show robust demand, which should keep soybean prices buoyed.
Corn and wheat prices continued to breakout on Thursday while soybean prices rallied but lagged. Concerns over tariffs in China are weighing on soybean prices. Exporter have been able to find a home for U.S. soybeans even though China has canceled recent orders.Corn Prices
Grain prices are mixed on Thursday, with Wheat lower and corn and soybeans unchanged. Corn and wheat lead the charge higher earlier in the week, breaking out to fresh 9-month highs. Soybeans are lagging due to the lack of demand from China for U.S. soybeans due to trade tariff negotiations. Corn prices are consolidating after breaking out earlier in the week.
Grain prices are consolidating at higher level, buoyed by recent cold weather which is expected to remain over most of the mid-west for the next 2-weeks according to a forecast from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. Momentum is neutral as the MACD (moving average convergence divergence) index prints in the red with an increasing trajectory which points to consolidation. Soybean prices are lower on Friday in very choppy trade this week. Weak export sales in soybeans weighed on prices.
Grain prices reversed higher into the close on Tuesday and are rising on Wednesday in early north American trade. Corn, wheat and soybean prices ended with gains on Tuesday as traders took stock of this spring’s late planting start. Corn prices rebounded into the close on Tuesday and are higher on Wednesday up 0.5%. Prices sliced through resistance which is now support near the 10-day moving average at 3.82.
Grain prices were lower Tuesday and continue to consolidate after dropping last week. Weather has kept prices buoyed as a report from the US Department of Agriculture showed that farmers have planted less of that and other crops than by this date in recent years. The USDA said farmers had planted 5% of this year’s corn crop by April 22, compared to 15% of the crop by April 22 last year.
Grain prices are mixed on Monday bouncing near support levels after declining for most of last week. Solid soybean export sales failed to lift soybean prices. By contrast, wetter forecasts for the southern Plains, where the wheat crop has suffered through a drought, also pressured grain prices.
Grain prices rebounded slightly on Wednesday in early North American trade. NOPA’s latest crush easily surpassed analyst estimates and became the largest monthly crush on record. 171.858 million bushels were crushed vs analyst estimates of 167.50 million. Crushing activity was up 11.80% from February and 12.38% more than March of 2017. Meal exports totaled 878,582 tons, up 16.35% month over month but 16.88% less than last year.Corn Prices
Grain prices are mixed on Monday as soybeans edged higher and wheat moves lower. Solid export sales failed to lift wheat prices. Wheat futures are trading under pressure following a wet forecast for the southern Plains. A storm spreading across the region will soak portions of the crop, relieving otherwise parched fields. A drought in the Plains has stressed the wheat crop for several months, resulting in poor crop conditions. While soy bean prices are poised to break out, wheat prices are trading on the defensive.
Grain prices are mixed in early Friday trade. While soy bean prices are poised to break out, wheat prices are trading on the defensive. The colder weather that buoyed wheat last weekend, has now subsided allowing prices to return back to earth.Corn Prices
Grain prices are slightly lower after rebounding on Thursday. Trump continues to generate volatility upping the anti on Thursday with talks of an additional 100-billion in Chinese tariffs. Weekly corn exports were on the rise, and continue to outperform if soybeans do not have a home in China due to a 25% increase in tariffs.Corn Prices
Grain prices were hammered early on Wednesday following news that China announced new tariffs on 106 US products. Soybeans are one of the products that will receive up to a 25% tariff making them uncompetitive with other global grains. China announced additional tariffs on 106 U.S. products on Wednesday, in a move likely to heighten global concerns of a trade war between the world’s biggest economies.
Corn and wheat prices surged on Friday and continued to remain buoyed Monday following an unexpected planting report from the on Thursday. The USDA’s Prospective Plantings report showed projected soybean and corn planting intentions below market expectations. Analysts had expected soybean planting intentions of a record 91.1 million acres and corn intentions at 89.4 million, but USDA reported soybean planting intentions of 88.982 million acres and corn intentions of 88.026 million. ...
Expectations are for corn stocks to come in at a range from 8.55 billion to 8.88 billion bushels with an average of a record 8.703 billion bushels. Corn prices are consolidating and forming a bear flag pattern that is a pause that refreshes lower. The first level of support is seen near an upward sloping trend line that comes in near 370.
Grain prices were mixed in early North American trade on Friday. While prices of Wheat were lower, corn was stable and soybean moved higher. The most recent crush report from the National Oilseed Processing Association shows that demand for soybean meal continues to rise, buoying the price of soybeans.Corn Prices
Hedge fund significantly added to their long position in futures and options according to the most recent commitment of trader’s report released for the date ending March 6, 2018. According to the CFTC, managed money added 64K contracts to long position in futures and options while reducing short position in futures and options by 40K contracts. The 104K contract change in corn positions has placed the open interest in corn futures and options at 349K long versus 186K short in the managed money category.
Grain prices were on Friday in North American trade, following a mixed WASDA report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The report was bullish for corn prices which settled on the highs of the session on Thursday, and somewhat bearish for soybeans which settled closer to the lows of the session on Thursday. Corn prices moved lower in early North American trade on Monday declining for the second consecutive session. Prices are forming a bull flag pattern which is a pause that refreshes higher.