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Fri, Jun 22nd, 2018
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Agricharts Market Commentary

26 minutes ago
Soybean futures are currently 7 to 8 cents in the greed, since seeing losses of 9 to 10 cents in most front months on Thursday. Front Month soy meal was down $1.40/ton, with soybean oil 18 points in the red. Uncertainty over the ongoing US-China trade dispute is still weighing on the market. Soybean export shipments during the week of June 14 totaled 992,047 MT, well above last year and 66.1% larger than last week. Meal exports totaled 201,142 MT during that week, with oil at 29,896 MT. Commitments for soybeans exports are still 4.2% behind a year ago. They are 100% of the full year USDA export projection, compared to the average at 101% and 102% last year. Argentina's soybean production is now seen at 37.2 MMT by the country's ag ministry, 600,000 MT higher than the previous estimate.
26 minutes ago
Corn futures are trading steady to a penny lower at the moment. They ended the Thursday session with most contracts 2 to 3 cents higher. Thursday morning's USDA Export Sales report indicated export shipments of corn at 1.763 MMT in the week that ended 6/14. That was a 25.4% jump from last week and well above last year at this time. Corn export commitments are still 3.27% larger than last year despite this week's lower sales total. They are now 97% of the USDA export projection, with the typical pace at 99% and last year at 100%. China sold 739,954 MT of corn from state reserves on Friday, totaling 18.64% of the offered amount. The House passed their version of the Farm Bill on Thursday.
26 minutes ago
Wheat futures are mostly 3 to 4 cents lower in the winter wheat contracts this morning, with MPLS steady to fractionally higher. They were steady to a penny higher in MPLS contracts on Thursday, with KC up 4 to 5 and CBT 6 to 7 cents in the green. The USDA reported weekly exports up 37.71% from the week prior at 426,920 MT in the week of 6/14. That was still 31.63% below the same week last year. All wheat export commitments are lagging this time last year by 28.6%, in just the second week of the MY. In Japan's weekly MOA tender, they purchased 91,188 MT of combined US (65,943 MT) and Australian wheat on Thursday.
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