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Mon Oct 15, 7:24AM CDT
Wheat futures are trading 1 cent lower to 2 cents higher this morning, with Chicago SRW the firmest. They settled 6 to 10 1/2 cents higher in the three markets on Friday, led by KC HRW amid planting concerns due to wet weather. Friday’s USDA Export Sales report indicated that 18/19 sales for the week of 10/4 were 339,022 MT. That was within trade estimates and nearly double this week last year but still down 22.1% wk/wk. Export commitments for wheat are now just 42% of that full year projection vs the 61% average for this date. The global stocks/use ratio is tightening, so USDA analysts are sticking to their guns on exports.--provided by Brugler Marketing & Management, Call (402) 289-2330
Mon Oct 15, 7:24AM CDT
Soybean futures are currently UNCH to 1 cent lower. They settled mostly 9 cents higher on Friday and were down 1 1/2 cents for the week. Nearby soy meal was down $3.20/ton last week. US Soybean export sales in the week of 10/4 fell short of expectations at 439,651 MT. That was 75% from the same week last year. Net reductions of 187,899 MT were reported for China. Soy meal sales for 18/19 were 348,232 MT for that, with another of 664,996 MT of old business carried over from 2017/18. Soy Oil Sales totaled 11,439 MT for the first week of the new MY, with 65,029 MT carried over. The NOPA monthly crush report is scheduled for today, with Reuters showing an average trade estimate of 157.4 million bushels. NOPA member soy oil stocks are expected to be around 1.579 billion pounds. Trade ideas for tonight’s USDA report put soybean harvest at 39-39% completed. The average for this date is 53%, but little was done in the western Corn Belt last week due to rain and snow.--Call Brugler Marketing & Management @ (402) 289-2330 with questions or news tips.
Mon Oct 15, 7:24AM CDT
Corn futures are trading 1 cent lower this morning after gaining 3 3/4 to 4 1/2 cents on Friday. Weekly export sales totaled 1.007 MMT in the week of 10/4.That was down 29.65% wk/wk and 36.25% lower than the same week in 2017. Friday afternoon’s CFTC report indicated spec funds trimmed their net short position in corn futures and options by 23,732 contracts in the reporting week ending October 9, leaving them net short 34,032 contracts. Trade ideas for US corn harvest appear to be running 39-40% completed, which would still be ahead of the 5 year average pace.--provided by Brugler Marketing & Management (402) 289-2330
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