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Grain Market Insight
Afternoon Grain Comments 9-24-2021 – Good afternoon. The grains were mixed at the end of the day session today, with soybeans moving higher and corn moving lower. The corn market was quiet today with harvest progressing and no new news coming out to influence the market one way or the other. Soybeans were a follower of soy oil. A comment from Stonex, “US harvest moves forward with yields in more of the “better than expected” category than its in the “below expectations” this week.” Wheat traded a 10-cent range early on but stayed near unchanged for a majority of the day session. The 6–10-day forecast continues to look beneficial for planting in much of the US winter wheat areas. At the close of today’s markets cash wheat stayed the same, cash milo was down 2 cents, cash corn was down 2 cents, and cash soybeans were up 2 cents. Have a great evening and weekend!
Morning Grain Comments 9-24-2021 – The grain markets were lower overnight with wheat and soybeans trading both sides of Thursday’s closes but corn was lower during the entire, low volume night session. The StoneX “Quick Editorial: weather conditions and forecasts are almost ideal in both hemispheres to finish out the week—moisture where it is needed and dry weather where it isn’t. U.S. harvest should pick up steam nicely this week.” Traders will be looking forward to the export inspections report Monday as well as the harvest progress numbers along with the Stocks report on Thursday of next week. In world grain trade news, MFIG in Taiwan has tendered for 2.56 million bushels of corn, KFA in South Korea purchased 2.4 million bushels of corn, Pakistan purchased 21 million bushels of wheat, and Japan purchased 2 million bushels of milling wheat from Canada and 2 million bushels of milling wheat from the U.S. At the end of the night session at 7:45 this morning, Kansas City December wheat was 3.5 cents lower, Chicago December corn was down 2.75 cents, and Chicago November soybeans ended the night session 2.5 cents lower. Have a wonderful day and weekend.
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