Grains Were Mixed in the Overnight
Stock futures were on the defensive giving up nearly 0.75%
Grains were mixed overnight with wheat adding to Monday’s losses while corn and beans started the day in positive territory. Stock futures were on the defensive giving up nearly 0.75% while crude oil was soft as it continues its slide over the past week.
Our Thoughts on the Current Export Pace
Soybean Prices Continue to Move Higher
Crude was in Positive Territory after being off as much as 50 cents a barrel
Grains started the Sunday night session in positive territory with soybeans leading the complex higher, but by morning the market began to fade. Wheat and corn were in negative territory while soybeans held on to slim gains. In outside markets, crude was in positive territory after being off...[Read More]
Weekly Cash Comments
Weekly Cash Commentary for week ending 04/01/2016
Soybean basis was on the defensive this week as higher futures and a sharp sell-off in corn pushed farmer sales towards cash beans. For the week, US average soybean basis was off 2.3 cents while corn basis was flat.
Grains Mostly Weaker in the Overnight
In outside markets, stocks were lower on unemployment ticking up
Grains were mostly weaker overnight with corn still feeling the sting from yesterday’s shockingly high corn acre number. In outside markets, stocks were lower on unemployment ticking up slightly to 5% from 4.9%.
Planting Intentions Implications
Kevin covers how producers might react, what states are slotted to produce what this year, and how it all may affect prices.
Traders Await Results of USDA Report Today
In outside markets, stock futures and crude oil were mildly higher while the US dollar made fresh lows.
Grains were mixed overnight as traders await the results of USDA’s planting and stocks reports at 11 am CDT today. In outside markets, stock futures and crude oil were mildly higher while the US dollar made fresh lows.
Why Corn is Still in a Bear Market
USDA Crop Intentions Report Due Out Tomorrow
Crude oil reversed course posting a nearly $1 a barrel gain and stock futures are higher.
Grains were lower overnight leading up to tomorrow’s USDA report as gains over the past two trade sessions were met with some selling pressure. In outside markets, crude oil reversed course posting a nearly $1 a barrel gain and stock futures are higher.
What We’re Looking at in the Bean Market