Mixed grain cycles next few days

FOR MONDAY: (11/19) Cycles are mixed for the next few days with some bias toward lower action. Seasonal the market rallies before Thanksgiving and there is probably enough early winter weather to prevent any serious downward action. Weather should also support meats and they will be hard to sell now and holiday trade can get…


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Wheat surge offers little spillover

FOR TUESDAY: (11/13) Wheat prices got a big lift to start the week from a round of short-covering that was partially fueled by some domestic and global weather worries, plus some increasing export optimism for U.S. grains. We could get some upward momentum from it carrying into corn and holding beans up for a few…


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China concerns weighing on ag markets

FOR MONDAY: (11/12) Concerns about China are weighing on ag markets, as their growth is faltering and the reality of the Chinese losses are clear in the USDA reports. Winter wheat is losing ground on more moisture, and early winter snows in some areas are supportive. We need to continue to sell rallies in hogs…


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Grains point higher next 1-2 days

FOR FRIDAY: (11/9) Wild ranges on grains are not definitive for providing too many new clues. We see upward action for at least 1-2 days and we’ll see how they act. Some cycles point higher into next Friday. Data is mixed and we worry about seasonals, which are lower into Thanksgiving. Cattle and hogs need…


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Corn will probably hold 375 region until USDA report

FOR WEDNESDAY: (11/7) Trade can often congest in sickly ranges before USDA on Thursday and that makes for boring trade. If you want to gamble on higher prices on Thursday, you can nibble at long corn and beans on Wednesday. Need a 2-3 day bounce on meats to get any risk/reward to sell.


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Grains look lower Monday

FOR MONDAY: (11/5) USDA report is sneaking in early on Thursday, Nov. 8 and will create congestion before it happens. We anticipate a positive reaction to it based on cycles. Market is still going a bit crazy from on again, off again Tweets around China and nothing definitive now until Dec. 1. Key numbers already…


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Grains looking higher into Sunday

FOR FRIDAY: (11/2) Trump’s tweets and optimism about China trade pushed grains up sharply and created an early 1-day reversal. Higher prices are due on Friday and probably into Monday. Hard to buy corn with more harvest pressure before the weekend.


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