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Grain Market Insight
Afternoon Grain Commentary 12-10-2019 – Grains saw some support today after the monthly WASDE report, though it wasn’t a market-mover. Cash wheat up 5 cents to 3.79, cash milo up 1 cent to 3.20, cash corn up 1 cent to 3.69, and cash beans up 4 cents to 7.56. While today’s report wasn’t a market-mover, it did offer some support on carryout numbers. U.S. wheat carryout was lowered by 40 million bushels on smaller import numbers and 25-million-bushel increase in export numbers. Corn and bean carryout numbers stayed about the same. Many traders looking ahead to the January 10th crop production report. Eyes will be on yield, harvested acres, and total production. Have a great afternoon!
Morning Grain Comments 12-10-2019 – The grain markets were choppy during the night session ahead of the USDA World Agricultural Supply Demand Estimates (WASDE) scheduled to come out this morning at 11:00. The grains had a fairly narrow trading range during the night session with less than half the volume we saw yesterday during the night session. The crop progress reports Monday afternoon held no big news except that the Kansas wheat crop good/excellent rating dropped 8 points to 38% g/e. The corn harvest progress was less than anticipated at 92% harvested with still a lot of corn to be harvested in North Dakota and snow on the ground in many areas. There is some concern about the quality of the rest of the crop and how that will impact supply later in the crop year. This week may have been the last crop progress report until spring but I'm not sure about that. In world grain trade news, NOFI in South Korea purchased 2.2 million bushels of optional origin feed wheat, Japan purchased 3.16 millon bushels of U.S. milling wheat, 1.84 million bushels of Austrailian milling wheat, and 1.29 million bushels of milling wheat from Canada and GASC in Egypt has tendered for wheat. At the end of the night session at 7:45 this morning, Kansas City March wheat was down 1.5 cents, Chicago March corn was up 0.25 cent, and Chicago January soybeans were 4 cents higher. Have a great day.
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