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Grain Market Insight
Morning Grain Comments 10-22-2021 – The grain markets were higher overnight lead by wheat with December Kansas City wheat gapping 2.25 cents at the open while corn and soybeans both traded only slightly lower before moving a little higher in another session of pretty good volume with a good balance between soybeans and corn. The StoneX Quick Editorial: “wheat surged early on last night on stronger fundamentals and global demand, while corn caught up over the early morning hours after finding solid technical support, and front-end soybeans drove a decent amount of trade volume with choppy but mostly stronger trade overall. The demand side of the ledger is in focus with new-crop corn & soy supplies being quickly processed, and fresh supply-side estimates still more than a week away...” In world grain trade news, Jordan tendered again for up to 4.4 million bushels of milling wheat after buying 2.2 million bushels this week and Tunisia has tendered for 36.4 million bushels of optional origin soft milling wheat. At 7:45 this morning, Kansas City December wheat was 14 cents higher, Chicago December corn was up 3 cents, and Chicago November soybeans were up a penny. Have a wonderful day and weekend.
Afternoon Grain Comments 10-21-2021 – Good afternoon. All the grains were lower at the end of the day session today, with soybeans leading the way lower. Corn lost all but 2 cents of yesterday’s gains with export sales being within range and not higher as some had hoped for. US export sales were 50 mbu which is 20 mbu less than this same week a year ago. Mexico was the top buyer as they continue to buy US corn before their 2024 ban of GMO corn. Soybeans followed the oil share lower. US soybean export sales were 105.5 mbu which is 23.9 mub more than last year on this same week. A comment from Stonex, “This caught up the US up slightly but the US still lags last year’s commitments by 590 mbu.” Wheat fell with corn as there were no flash sales or export sales to China of wheat for this last week. US wheat export sales were 13.3 mbu which is similar to last year at this time. At the close of today’s markets cash wheat was down 12 cents, cash milo was down 7 cents, cash corn was down 7 cents, and cash soybeans were down 22 cents. Have a great evening!
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