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INO News

Stochastics and the RSI are turning neutral to bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are possible near-term Closes above the 50-day moving average crossing at $5 35 1/4 would signal that a short-term low has been posted If December renews the decline off July's high weekly support crossing at $5 15 1/2 is the next downside target

It's USDA Report Day Grains Trade Mixed

These headlines could impact grain prices if the outside markets start accelerating downward " The USDA's Weekly Export Inspection Report shows that U S soybean shipments are tracking the highest year-over-year pace compared with corn and wheat Here are Monday's results: Corn: 551 000 tonnes vs 400 000-600 000 tonnes expected

Weekly average price trends of the major grains

2018-5-4Weekly average price trends of the major grains WHITE YELLOW WEAT SUNS SOYA CORN US CORN US WEAT US SOYA SORG 0 00 5 00 10 00 15 00 y 20 00 Exchange Rate Movements Rand/Dollar exchange rates Daily Rand/Euro Exchange Rate Daily Rand/Pound Sterling Exchange Rate Daily 0 10 20 30 50 60 70 80 777 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 l Europe Brent Spot Price FOB

Weekly average price trends of the major grains

2020-1-31Weekly units sold for class A3 beef increased by 29 6% while class C2 beef decreased by 31 7% in the reporting week compared to previous week Average selling price for beef class A2 A3 and C2 increased of by 0 6% 1 4% and 3 3% respectively week-on-week During the same period the weekly average purchases prices for

DDGS Weekly Market Report

2020-4-9Cash corn prices are mostly steady across the U S this week with basis weakening slightly Prices for DDGS FOB ethanol plants are continuing their rally rising $17/MT while Kansas City soymeal prices have fallen by an equal amount DDGS are priced at 177 percent of cash corn values up from last week and above the Continue reading DDGS Weekly Market Report – April 9 2020

International Grains Council

On the basis of independent information and analysis prepared by the Secretariat in particular the monthly Grain Market Report members of the MCC discuss and consult on market and policy developments consider the short and medium-term grains outlook and review progress with the Secretariat's work programme

Feed weekly outlook: Grain prices strong as dry

A recent crop report from the Saskatchewan government detailed hay and pastureland moisture levels rated 95 per cent short to very short across the province That combined with tight supplies from previous years has driven feed prices higher Feed barley prices were in the range of $200-$280 per tonne while feed wheat was between $260 and $270

Jack Scoville Blog

Grains Report - Tuesday June 9 The Winter Wheat markets hold to bearish trends on the weekly charts and this is especially true for the HRW market Spring Wheat markets show more mixed trends but the US and Canadian crops are getting planted and are reported to be in mostly good condition Mr Scoville is a futures market analyst

It's USDA Report Day Grains Trade Mixed

These headlines could impact grain prices if the outside markets start accelerating downward " The USDA's Weekly Export Inspection Report shows that U S soybean shipments are tracking the highest year-over-year pace compared with corn and wheat Here are Monday's results: Corn: 551 000 tonnes vs 400 000-600 000 tonnes expected

INO News

Stochastics and the RSI are turning neutral to bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are possible near-term Closes above the 50-day moving average crossing at $5 35 1/4 would signal that a short-term low has been posted If December renews the decline off July's high weekly support crossing at $5 15 1/2 is the next downside target

Grains Down Beef Up

2014-8-15The good news from all of this analysis is that consumers of meat have something to look forward to The bottoming of gold prices in December 2013 means that we should see a general bottoming for grain prices a year later in December 2014 And THAT should mean a topping out for meat prices at the same time due to their inverse relationship

Jack Scoville Blog

Grains Report - Tuesday June 9 The Winter Wheat markets hold to bearish trends on the weekly charts and this is especially true for the HRW market Spring Wheat markets show more mixed trends but the US and Canadian crops are getting planted and are reported to be in mostly good condition Mr Scoville is a futures market analyst

DDGS Weekly Market Report

2020-7-9Cash corn prices are higher across the U S this week with firm CBOT values supporting cash bids Basis is slightly stronger narrowing to 22 cents under September futures (-22U) as farm sales have slowed after their aggressive pace when December futures first neared $3 50/bushel Prices for DDGS FOB ethanol plants are down $1 50/MT this week Continue reading DDGS Weekly Market Report

Feed weekly outlook: Grain prices strong as dry

A recent crop report from the Saskatchewan government detailed hay and pastureland moisture levels rated 95 per cent short to very short across the province That combined with tight supplies from previous years has driven feed prices higher Feed barley prices were in the range of $200-$280 per tonne while feed wheat was between $260 and $270

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USDA ERS

The latest available data and analysis of potential effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on U S commodity markets including supply chain disruptions and global demand for agricultural products July 29 2020 3:00 PM Selected Weekly Fresh-Market Vegetable Movement and Price

DDGS Weekly Market Report

2019-8-8Cash corn prices are higher across the U S this week averaging $3 97/bushel while FOB ethanol plant DDGS prices are down $1 95/MT at $142 75/MT DDGS are priced at 91 percent of cash corn values down from last week and below the two-year average of 107 percent Soymeal prices are lower as well reaching $325/MT this week Continue reading DDGS Weekly Market Report –

Weekly average price trends of the major grains Sub

2018-11-22% 0 7% and 1 2% respectively While there were also grains that increased namely wheat and sunflower 0 5% and 0 8% respectively Internationally US yellow maize wheat and soya prices decreased by 1 9% 3 0% and 2 9% re-spectively The decreases are as a result of the USDA's weekly crop progress report in the current week

Weekly average price trends of the major grains

2020-1-31Weekly units sold for class A3 beef increased by 29 6% while class C2 beef decreased by 31 7% in the reporting week compared to previous week Average selling price for beef class A2 A3 and C2 increased of by 0 6% 1 4% and 3 3% respectively week-on-week During the same period the weekly average purchases prices for

Grains Futures and Commodity News and Commentary

Grains Report 07/29/2020 Jack Scoville - The PRICE Futures Group - Wed Jul 29 9:51AM CDT Jack Scoville - IF - Wed Jul 29 9:51AM CDT WHEAT General Comments: Winter Wheat markets were lower on rains in the forecast for Russian Spring Wheat areas and ideas of increasing production there

Daily Grains Analysis for February 26 2018

Grain prices continued to move higher as soybeans broke out leading the complex higher This comes despite weaker than expected export says which disappointed traders Soybean export sales for the 2017/18 marketing year came in as a net reduction of 109 1 TMT a

Weekly average price trends of the major grains

2020-1-31Weekly units sold for class A3 beef increased by 29 6% while class C2 beef decreased by 31 7% in the reporting week compared to previous week Average selling price for beef class A2 A3 and C2 increased of by 0 6% 1 4% and 3 3% respectively week-on-week During the same period the weekly average purchases prices for

Feed weekly outlook: Grain prices strong as dry

A recent crop report from the Saskatchewan government detailed hay and pastureland moisture levels rated 95 per cent short to very short across the province That combined with tight supplies from previous years has driven feed prices higher Feed barley prices were in the range of $200-$280 per tonne while feed wheat was between $260 and $270