Tuesday November 30, 2021

Markets lower again this morning  Crude oil market continues to face volatility with the uncertainty surrounding this new COVID variant and how it may impact travel through the holidays  Australian wheat production estimate from ABARES has been increased for the 2021/22 season by 1.7 MMT to 34.4 MMT as we draw closer to their harvest […]
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Friday November 26, 2021

Markets starting notably lower after the mid-week break – expecting unpredictability today as there will be significantly less traders in the market place than a typical day due to the Holiday Decent weekly U.S. export sales this week for corn beans and wheat The Buenos Aires Grains Exchange increased their Argentine wheat production for 2021/22 […]
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Wednesday November 24, 2021

Mixed markets this morning after the trade was able to pull off yet another up day yesterday after a lower start Reminder of this weeks trading hours: Markets will close today at 2:15 PM There will be no overnight trade, no trade Thursday Markets will open at 9:30 AM Friday and will close at 1:05 […]
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Tuesday November 23, 2021

Markets lower this morning after an impressive day of gains yesterday South American corn and beans are off to a near ideal start as a huge crop of soys and corn is nearly wrapped up in North America – this combination was bound to bring some pressure to the market eventually – we will see […]
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Monday November 22, 2021

Wheat continues to forge new highs on the overnights and we will see if the day trade is able to sustain this rally Global supply concerns continues to be the the rational for wheat reaching near 10 year highs  Short week for the markets with the American Thanksgiving – Regular close on Wednesday at 2:15pm – then […]
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Friday November 19, 2021

Mixed markets this morning – beans and wheat attempting higher yet again with corn being the wet blanket on the day International Grains Council cut their world wheat production estimate for 2021/22 by 4 MMT to 777 MMT  International Grains Council increased their world corn production estimate for 2021/22 by 2 MMT to 1.212 billion […]
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Thursday November 18, 2021

Markets continuing to forge higher this morning World wheat demand remains strong – Taiwan, Japan, Egypt, Turkey and Algeria all making notable wheat purchases in the last two days  Chinese customs reporting cumulative Jan-Oct corn imports up 236% from last year at 26.23 MMT – Jan-Oct wheat purchases are also up from last year seeing […]
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