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Commentary

6/3/20: Wheat futures having a recovery day led by KC.  KC futures down 20 cents to start the week, picking 8c of it back up this morning.  Chicago and Minny both along for the rid just not as violent either direction.  SWW prices have separated themselves from futures completely, as demand continues to be stagnant off the PNW.  Corn remains lifeless floating around unchanged.  Conditions improved week over week by 4%, night and day difference from last year.  Spring wheat planting at 91% complete, North Dakota making progress but still lagging, everywhere else essentially done.  Conditions for spring wheat at 80% good/excellent.  HRW conditions continue to deteriorate, fading another point to 51% good/excellent.  Last week’s export sales decent for wheat at 706,000 MT good soybeans 850,000 MT, and paltry for YC at 473,000 MT. 

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Futures Quotes
Quotes retrieved on June 04, 2020, 03:46:17 PM CDT
Commentary
Cattle Market Gaining on Thursday -

Thursday trading sees 40 cent to $1.02 gains in the front month futures with Dec ’21 up the most so far. Feeder contracts are trading up by 67 to

Corn Gaining at Midday -

Corn is trading 3 3/4 to 4 cents higher at midday. USDA’s Export Sales report showed old crop bookings in line with estimates at 637,467 MT. New

Double Digit Gains in Thursday Beans -

The soybean futures market is trading 10 1/2 to 12 cents higher at midday. Front month soymeal futures are up another $4.50/ton. Bean oil futures

Hogs Higher at Midday -

Lean hog futures are trading up by 30 to 92 cents so far, with June contracts the outlier. After a limit move lower yesterday June futures are down

Double Digit Gains for Thursday Wheat -

Wheat markets are spiking higher continuing the Wednesday gains. SRW futures are trading 14 to 16 cents higher at midday. HRW futures are up 3.2 to

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn is trading 3 3/4 to 4 cents higher at midday. USDA’s Export Sales report showed old crop bookings in line with estimates at 637,467 MT. New

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