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Grain Market Insight
Afternoon Market Commentary 3-20-2019 – Grains finally seeing some strength late in the trading day, closing a little higher. Corn up ¼ cent, beans up 2 cents, and wheat up 8 ¼ cents. Not much news making its way into the market today. Theme seems to be waiting on trade news, planting numbers, and ending stocks. Hopefully tomorrow will bring some news and movement. Have a great afternoon!
Morning Grain Comments 3-20-2019 – Spring is here. The grain markets were mixed again overnight as wheat was a little higher, soybeans were a little lower, and corn traded between the two. Trade talks are said to be on going between the U.S. and China but the market isn’t reacting too much to empty rumors. There is continued debate on how much demand has eroded in China due to the African Swine Fever. It looks more and more like soybeans have fallen and they can’t get up, at least until we can draw down world (western hemisphere) supplies. Flooding continues to be another news item that is giving some concern to see how that gets cleaned up. In world grain trade news, Taiwan has tendered for 4 million bushels of milling wheat from the U.S., Jordan made no purchase in their most recent tender for up to 4.4 million bushels of milling wheat, and Japan received no offers in their tender for feed wheat and barley. At the end of the night session, Kansas City May wheat was a nickel higher, Chicago May corn was up a penny, and Chicago May soybeans were a penny lower. Have a great day.
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With Kent Ochs leaving Sublette Cooperative last week, Mark Horinek and Ron Isenberg will be heading up our crop production department in this interim period. We can still handle your crop production business. Thank you for your business.