Soy Market Focused on NOPA Crush
The soybean market will be watching the NOPA crush numbers this morning with expectations for a record March soybean crush.
In the overnight session the grains were mixed again with corn down 2 cents, soybeans up 1 3/4 cents and wheat in Chicago up 3 cents. The NOPA crush numbers will be released at 11 AM CST this morning which is expected to show a record amount of soybeans crushed for the month of March....[Read More]
Wheat Continues to Trade Lower
Cody looks at the factors driving wheat prices lower and gives his opinion on whether soybeans will break their sell-off pattern.
Wheat Continues to Slide on Improved Weather
The wheat market continues to slide lower after weather has turned favorable for the drought stricken plains region.
In the overnight session the grains were mixed with corn up a penny, soybeans up 7 cents and wheat in Chicago down 2 1/4 cents. The June U.S dollar index is trading down slightly after trading over 100 during yesterday’s session. Crude oil is trading up 3/4 of a percent. In the overnight...[Read More]
Wheat Drops After Weekend Precipitation
Rains fell over the weekend providing timely rains to a stressed winter wheat crop
In the overnight session corn traded down 2 cents, soybeans traded up 1 1/4 cent and wheat traded down 14 3/4 cents this morning on timely rains over the weekend that lowered concerns of serious crop damage from the dry conditions developing across the panhandle, western Oklahoma and western...[Read More]
Weekly Wrap Up
Cody speculates what next weeks NOPA Crush report will look like and discusses weekly basis changes.
Weekly Cash Comments
Cash Commentary for week ending April 10
Grain basis levels were only modestly stronger this week across the country with US average corn and soybean basis up about a half a cent from last week.
In corn, strength in the Gulf export market helped push bids higher along river terminals. Average bids were up 2 cents a bushel this...[Read More]
Can Grains Rebound on Friday?
Grains hold steady in the overnight session after the market experienced some selling in the wake of the April WASDE report released out yesterday at 11 AM CST.
The grains were steady and mostly unchanged in the overnight with corn up 1/4 cent, soybeans up 1/2 a cent and wheat down 3/4 of a penny. The dollar is trading higher and crude oil is mostly unchanged this morning. Yesterday the April USDA supply and demand report was released which seemed...[Read More]