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Grain Market Insight
Afternoon Grain Comments 9-21-2018 – As said this morning, corn was able to thwart the tide of lower markets in the wheat and soybean pits closing 4 cents higher even with the big crop coming on. The Monday afternoon crop progress reports could be interesting. The soybean market drew back from the rally Thursday. It is interesting to note the logistical challenges of soybeans moving from the U.S. to Argentina if they are going to sell their supplies to China and replace them with U.S. soybeans. Also in the news for China is the African Swine Fever that has been spreading there which could limit feed consumption and demand for grain. The wheat market was weak again today with the challenge of U.S. wheat to be competitive in the world markets. At the close today wheat was 2 cents lower, corn and milo were up 4 cents, and soybeans were 3 cents lower. For the week, wheat was up 9 cents, corn and milo were up 5 cents, and soybeans were 16 cents higher. Have a great weekend.
Morning Grain Comments 9-21-2018 – The grains were mixed again overnight with corn again bucking the influence of soybeans and wheat. Soybeans got a boost yesterday from Argentina selling soybeans to China and replacing them with U.S. supplies but the lack of direct business with China continues to weigh on values, even though the U.S. is the supplier of soybeans to the rest of the world. In world grain trade news, wheat exporters in Australia sold 1.8 million bushels of new crop wheat to Thailand which is said to be a drop in the bucket to what they would have normally sold by this time, and China reportedly sold another 30.4 million bushels of corn from their state reserves. At the end of the night session at 7:45 this morning, Kansas City December wheat was 1.25 cents lower, Chicago December corn was up 1.25 cents, and Chicago November soybeans were 7 cents lower. Have a great day and weekend.
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