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Fri, May 26th, 2017
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Fri May 26, 7:23AM CDT
Wheat futures are mixed this morning after settling mixed on Thursday. Chicago is fractionally lower, with KC a penny higher to lower and MPLS 1 to 2 cents higher. Both CBT and KC were a penny to 2 cents lower yesterday. MPLS was the firmest, fractionally to 2 cents higher in most contracts. All wheat exports were well above last year and 9% larger than a week ago at 733,589 MT. Total exports are 2.7 MMT shy of the 16/17 USDA export estimate, with just two reporting weeks left in the MY. Keep in mind that official Census exports typically run higher than the weekly FAS totals. Total commitments for wheat exports are 37.7% ahead of last year, and 101% of the USDA export projection. Last year they were 106% of that number, with the average at 104%. Russia’s SovEcon analytical group increased the country’s wheat production estimate to 63 MMT, an increase of 500,000 MT.
Fri May 26, 7:23AM CDT
Soybean futures are currently 2 to 3 cents below yesterday’s close. They posted losses of 6 3/4 to 9 cents on Thursday, as July closed at a 13 month low. July 17 meal was $1.70 lower, with soy oil down 24 points in the nearby month. Weekly export shipments outperformed last year by 178.6%, but were just under the previous week at 334,682 MT. Soybean export commitments are now 22% larger than last year, and are 104% of the USDA projected export total. Last year was just 93%, with the 5-year average running 98% for this date. The Argentine Ag Ministry estimates 2016/17 soybean production at 58 MMT, vs. USDA at 57MMT and BAGE at 57.5 MMT. BAGE says the Argentine soybean harvest is 79.6% complete, up 4.9% over last week.
Fri May 26, 7:23AM CDT
Corn futures are trading steady to a penny higher this morning after settling Thursday 1 1/4 to 2 1/4 cents in the red. Export sales for last week were light, and weekly exports ran 31.8% below the previous week and were also lower than a year ago at 1.052 MMT. Total corn export commitments dropped to 27.36% ahead of last year from 30.58% last week. They are still on pace to reach the USDA projection for final exports, as they are 94% of the number, the same as the 5 year average for this date and ahead of last year’s 90%. Argentina’s Ag Ministry estimates the country’s 2016/17 corn production at 46.5 MMT. That is sharply higher than the USDA projection of 40 MMT and the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange at 39MMT.
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