March offers a big lineup of USDA reports. Each will offer key insights to big market questions.
Global supply and demand are more important than ever. Accurate information is difficult to find, whether it be from NASS or China.
May corn prices were up 6.5￠ and May soybean prices were up 25￠ for the week ending Feb. 26. March wheat prices were up 3.5￠.
Unprecedented U.S. weather conditions, export numbers and USDA’s Ag Outlook Forum all weighed on prices this week, says Jamie Wasemiller, market analyst with Gulke Group.
Here’s my biggest concern about what USDA didn’t deliver. What if the trade is right that U.S. corn exports will be at least 2.75 billion bushels with an outside chance of reaching 3 billion??
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March corn prices were down 9￠ and March soybean prices were up 6￠ for the week ending Feb. 12. March wheat prices were down 3.25￠.
March corn prices were up 1.25￠ and March soybean prices were down 2￠ for the week ending Feb. 5. March wheat prices were down 19.50￠.
After a rough week last week, grain prices have rebounded. March corn prices were up 46.75￠ and March soybean prices were up 56￠ for the week ending Jan. 29. March wheat prices were up 28￠.