Corn Mar '21 (XBH21)
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+15.25 (+8.75%)since 09/21/20
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+20.50 (+12.13%)since 07/21/20
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-10.50 (-5.25%)since 10/21/19
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Corn is adequate on the balance sheet but cash, basis, futures and spreads all say stocks are tight. We think corn has more upside this year.
Meal Is The Deal
The soy complex was stronger on Wednesday for beans and meal, but weaker for oil. Beans were 5 1/2 cents to 8 cents higher at the close. Midweek meal prices were $5.00 to $6.90/ton higher. Bean oil faded...
Wheat futures faded earlier gains in the afternoon and the complex closed the session mixed. SRW futures were within 2 3/4 cents of UNCH, with losses nearby and gains for ’21 crops. HRW wheat ended the...
Midweek trading for front month corn futures left prices 2 1/2 to 5 cents higher at the close. After Wednesday, corn prices have a green candle for each day of the current week, a net move of 12 3/4 cents...
Consolidation in the livestock markets
Soybean oil is in the red, running counter to gains in beans and in meal. Soybean futures are 5 3/4 to 9 3/4 cents higher. Midweek meal prices are $364.90 to $379.30/ton, as Wednesday gains are adding...
Midday wheat prices are higher so far, with carry over strength in corn and beans. HRS futures are the strongest at midday, eating into SRW’s premium with gains of 3 1/4 to 8 1/2 cents. SRW wheat futures...
Trading so far this week has three green candles, as Wednesday prices are up another 2 to 5 3/4 cents. Dec has moved 12 3/4 cents (3%) since the week’s open. EIA reported ethanol production for the week...
The grains are still making moves, lets see where some action needs to be taken and how high we can still go.