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Game Change: Grain prices falling 

  • Aug 28, 2015
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    Is there still a bullish corn card to be played?

    Corn continues to trade inside a tight 10¢ range. U.S. exporters were happy to see better than expected weekly corn sales, but there is still talk of traditional buyers like South Korea going to Brazil for supply....More
  • Aug 21, 2015
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    After a rough week for soybeans, is the low price in?

    Soybeans continue to trade toward the low end of their range. The bulls are talking about the possibility of an additional 1 million acre reduction in U.S. harvested acreage and that U.S. exports to China might be picking up out of both the Gulf and the PNW....More
  • Aug 18, 2015
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    Corn acreage estimates continue to be disputed

    Corn continues to show mixed tendencies as the initial FSA numbers and private crop tours leave more uncertainty and ambiguity than solid definitive answers....More
  • Aug 18, 2015
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    USDA crop report surprises grain trade

    The USDA Crop Report issued on August 12 estimated the 2014 total U.S. corn production to be just under 13.7 billion bushels, which would be third-highest U.S. corn production in history....More
  • Aug 14, 2015
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    What's next for the soybean market?

    Soybean bulls, similar to corn, are having a tough time digesting what appears to be an overly optimistic yield estimate by the USDA. The bulls are also questioning what they believe is a very conservative adjustment to harvested acres....More
  • Aug 7, 2015
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    Soybean exports fuel bulls' fire

    Soybean bulls were happy to finally see weekly new-crop export sales above 1.0 million metric tons, which I believe is the first time that's happened this entire season....More
  • Aug 3, 2015
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    When will we see a change in soybean market dynamics?

    The soybean market, similar to corn, is enduring a wave of bearish headwinds created by record supply being harvested once again in South America, a strong U.S. dollar, heavy uncertainty about U.S. export demand and a less fearful U.S. weather forecast. No need to continue rewriting the obvious and old....More

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