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On the Crude Oil front, we have the API data later today. Brent Crude passes $70 a barrel and light sweet crude settled higher after hitting 15-month highs on demand prospects.
Grains-related exchange traded funds strengthened Tuesday as weather concerns weighed on the supply outlook and Chinese demand helped support higher prices. Among the better performing non-leveraged...
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Grains Report - Tuesday, June 1
June 01, 2021
Palm Oil was higher along with the price action in competing vegetable oils. Prices have moved a little lower this week.
On the Corn front, the market is coming in strong and we will be flirting with $7 corn before you know it.
Corn Review - no "Belief" in corn
May 31, 2021
Stock Market Week Analysis & More - Friday, May 28
May 28, 2021
On the Corn front, the comeback was fast with the July corn settling limit up. It was a rude awakening to some that the top is far from being in just as acreage and yields have yet to be precisely...
On the Ethanol front, ethanol production and stocks recede. The EIA reported that production averaged 1.011 million barrels per day, down 21,000 on the week, but up 287,000 on the year.
US Gasoline Market Continues To Tighten
May 27, 2021
The oil market continues to trade in a largely rangebound manner, with the market still waiting to see how Iranian nuclear talks progress.
On the Corn front, analysts are sparring as to the reason we had a one-month low in such a short period of time.
May 26, 2021
Crude oil traded range-bound yesterday as the market awaits developments on the Iranian nuclear talks currently going on in Vienna. The potential for a return of Iranian oil supply into the market has...
Corn or maize is the second most-produced crop in the world, and it’s more than just a staple in our diets.
Corn futures drop 6% on larger supply in latest speculative unraveling in the commodities markets
May 25, 2021
Corn futures pulled back on Tuesday as concerns about abundant supply whacked America's biggest cash crop.
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On the Corn front, the USDA showed Illinois is in the home stretch of planting season with 90% of corn planted and 80% of soybeans in the ground.
The world is addicted to chocolate. That is nothing new. One of the few commodities not to stage a bull market the last few months has been cocoa. This video discusses the reasons why.
Weekly Ag Markets Update – Monday, May 24
May 24, 2021
Wheat markets were mostly lower on ideas of better weather for growing areas, but Minneapolis closed a little higher. All three markets were lower for he week.
Interesting CORN Put And Call Options For July 16th
May 24, 2021
Investors in Teucrium Commodity Trust (CORN) saw new options begin trading this week, for the July 16th expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the CORN...
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On the Crude Oil front, the U.S. shale is becoming more attractive once again and U.S. shale producers have promised to reign in production growth and return more cash to investors.
Iranian Nuclear Deal In Sight
May 21, 2021
The oil market came under further pressure yesterday, with ICE Brent settling more than 2.3% lower on the day, leaving it to trade just above US$65/bbl.
On the Ethanol front, production and stocks were up modestly this week. The EIA showed production averaged 1.032 million barrels a day, the highest weekly average since March 2020.
Rains In the Plains? The Corn & Ethanol Report
May 19, 2021
On the Corn front, with farmers having planted 80% of their corn crop and the UADA pegs it is behind, we are getting much-needed rains in the Midwest that is forecasted the next couple of days.
May 19, 2021
ICE Brent had another go of trying to break above the US$70/bbl mark, and while the market briefly traded above this level, it failed to settle above and closed more than 1% down on the day.
Mixed Signals in Corn. The Corn & Ethanol Report
May 18, 2021
On the Ethanol Front Nebraska’s ethanol production is almost reaching pre-pandemic levels. Nearly every plant is back online after many were shut down this time a year ago.
Asian COVID-19 Worries
May 17, 2021
Oil markets are trading higher this morning, with ICE Brent trading around US$69/bbl at the time of writing. This move higher comes despite worries over the COVID-19 situation in Asia.
On the Corn front, the futures trade sharply lower with limit down moves as the USDA did not raise the 2021/22 corn demand.
Grains Report - Thursday, May 13
May 13, 2021
Wheat markets saw low momentum in response to the USDA WASDE reports. Futures remain in a sideways range on the daily charts. The reports illustrated less demand is pairing with less production.