Within five uses, how many times will an average single roll or toilet paper be used in a public restroom? See below for the answer
Grain Market Insight
Afternoon Grain Comments 3-16-2018 – The afternoon comment was mostly about the weather forecast putting a damper on the wheat price and that pulled corn down along with it. The soybean market has its own weather market with the soybean production concerns in Argentina. It was interesting to read this afternoon about the idea that the U.S. is the holder of grains, in this case soybeans, while Brazil will be selling at a discount to the U.S. and they will be moving their inventory out of the supply channel. The wheat market found fund selling ahead of the weekend with rains in the forecast for the HRW wheat belt. We will see if they materialize. U.S. wheat continues to be overvalued in the world market with the current weather premium. At the close today wheat was a 14 cents lower, corn and milo were down 4 cents, and soybeans were 9 cents higher. For the week wheat was down 21 cents, corn and milo lost 8 cents, and soybeans ended the week up 11 cents. Have a great weekend.
Morning Grain Comments 3-16-2018 – The grain markets continue their weather ways with the soybean crop in Argentina getting worse and rain in the forecast for HRW wheat country. Corn traded between the two as they headed in different directions during the night session. In world grain trade news, Egypt purchased 240,000 tonnes of wheat yesterday with half of it coming from Russia, the other half coming from Romania. At the end of the night session this morning at 7:45, Kansas City May wheat was 9.5 cents lower, Chicago May corn was down 1.5 cents, and May soybeans were 4.75 cents higher. Hang on to your hat, have a great day and weekend.
71 (I don't make up the questions or answers, but this one I would say is "1". I don't want to be around people that reuse toilet paper. Think about it.)
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