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Friday 3/24/23: Again, Again, ...China in overnight buying 204,000 mt more US corn.  The big news behind the sudden rally (up 35c) early this morning is that Russia is rumored to be halting wheat export sales and sunflower. They also said they may extend measures restricting fertilizer exports until November. This may end up being a bargaining ploy and fake news, so the continued headline risks for both the Grain corridor and War should be seen as selling opportunties.

France is on fire across the country over protests about the higher retirement age. The US and EU banking systems are in trouble and it is starting to feel like 2008 with five bank failures in less than a month and now Deutsche Bank crumbling. Also, the US just announced that they are investigating Credit Suisse & UBS for violating Russian Sanctions.  

This is a rally worth selling. -Randy


Update: 8:22 AM  - New headline broke from Reuters that Russia has no plans to halt wheat exports and commercial grain traders sold the rally hard. Wheats are now 25c off the recent highs and falling.


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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of March 25, 2023, 06:29:03 PM CDT or prior.
Cotton Closes Lower for Weekend -

The cotton market settled Friday’s session down by 59 to 104 points. The May contract ended the week a net 129 points below last Friday. Weekly

Hogs Close Friday Up by Triple Digits -

The hog market bounced into the weekend with gains of 1.8% to 2.8%. For the week, April was still at a $2.70 loss. The National Average Base Hog

Cattle Settle Mixed on Friday -

Live cattle futures bounced into the weekend, though feeder futures stayed under pressure from the grain rally. At the bell the front month fats

Wheat Futures Bounce into the Weekend -

The wheat futures rallied back on Friday with 2% to 4% gains. Chicago futures ended 24 3/4 to 26 3/4 cents higher on Friday, though May stayed 22

Soy Futures Higher on Friday -

Soybean futures closed Friday with 7 1/2 to 15 1/4 cent gains. That reduced November futures’ loss for the week to 40 cents after bouncing off

Corn Closes Higher on Friday -

The Friday rally put corn back into the black for the week. The front months were 1.3% to 2% higher on the day, with May’s 11 1/4 cent gain

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