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Grains are higher. SH is up 5 cents and near 9.13. Uptick in soybean prices could be due to a dry Brazil weather outlook. CH is up 1 cent and near 3.81. WH is up 3 cents and near 5.20. US Dollar is mixed. Crude is higher. US stocks are higher.
For the week, Winter Wheat prices are up roughly 1 cent for Soft Red Winter, up 2 in the Hard Red Winter, and up 4 for Hard Red Spring; Corn is up 3 cents; Soybeans up 2; Soymeal unchanged, and; Soyoil up 45 points (crushing margins are up around 2 cents at $0.96, oil-share is unchanged at 31%).
Grains were supported yesterday on talk of Asian interest in US corn and China interest in US soybeans. Higher World wheat prices are also supportive to wheat. Some are watching US cold snap and potential impact on the 2019 US SRW crop. Finally there are rumors that US and China are working on a deal in which China would buy $50 billion dollars of US Ag products over the next 2 years. Soybeans, corn, ethanol, wheat, rice and pork have been rumored as potential products.
Brazil’s weather forecast has decent rainfall for all of Brazil except the far northeast over the next 5 days. The 6 to 10 day forecast is average to a bit below average rainfall forecast for all of Brazil except for the far northeast where below average rains are seen.
Argentina’s weather forecast is mainly dry for the weekend and into the first half of next week. A front is still seen bringing fairly soaking rains to all areas later next week.
Russia's Agriculture Ministry will regulate domestic grain prices, citing the minister; he did not say when the ministry would start regulating prices; the report also said the ministry does not expect domestic grain prices to rise in the mid-term.
SH chart flag formation suggest a breakout. Resistance near 9.22. Support 8.89. Similar pattern in CH. Resistance is near 3.84. Support 3.71. Some feel breakout could be to upside. Need a US and China trade deal to push prices higher. WH continues to find support below 5.10. First resistance is near 5.25. Key resistance is near 5.40.
Funds were net buyers of 10,000 soybeans, 3,000 soymeal, 4,000 soyoill, 6,000 wheat and 23,000 corn on Thursday. Funds are est to be net short 13,000 soybeans, 53,000 soyoil, short 9,000 soymeal, long 120,000 corn and short 8,000 wheat.
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