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Grains are mixed. SX is down 6 cents and near 8.43. CZ is up 1 cent and near 3.54. WZ is down 1 cent and near 5.22. US Dollar is higher. Crude is higher.
Chicago soybean futures is lower on Friday but the market is poised for its biggest weekly gain in a month as prices recover from a 10-year low, supported by strong demand. Wheat eased, giving up some of the gains over the last two days which were sparked by tightening global supplies following dry weather in several exporting countries including Russia and Australia.
For the week, Winter Wheat prices were up roughly 11 cents for SRW, up 10 in the HRW, and up 15 for HRS; Corn is up 3; Soybeans up 14 cents; Soymeal up $5.00, and; Soyoil down 5 points (December crushing margins are down roughly 6 cents at around $1.48, oil-share is down 1% at 30%).
For the week ended September 13th, U.S. All Wheat sales are running 22% behind a year ago, shipments 31% behind with the USDA forecasting a 14% increase on the year. Corn sales are running 50% ahead of a year ago, shipments up 27% with a 1% decline on the year seen. Soybean sales are running 7% behind a year ago, shipments 19% behind with a 3% decline seen.
The U.S. Midwest weather forecast has things remaining mostly wet with a front moving through the east over the next day; another system hits the region the middle of next week; a third front shows up the following weekend bringing good rains to the region. Colder air is still seen for the Dakota’s and Minnesota.
The 11 to 16 day forecast has average temps for the Midwest and Plains with precip running average in the Midwest and below average in the Plains.
Funds bought 14,000 soybeans, 5,000 soymeal, 4,000 soyoil, 28,000 corn and 2,000 wheat on Thursday. Funds are estimated to be net short 56,000 soybeans, 101,000 soyoil, long 28,000 soymeal, short 107,000 corn and long 11,000 wheat.
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