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Commentary

1/19/2021:  Wheat futures continued to run up early this morning up 6-10 cents.  Main drivers Russia limiting exports, and Argentina threatening to. Have since faded all the way back and currently floating around unchanged.  Wheat was on a standalone mission when it was up, corn and beans both down on improved rainfall in South America.  Jan crop report friendly reducing production and carry outs 1-2% US and World.  This run up close to over done, but will stay highly volatile even with weather not on the 1st page right now.

Since Dec 1-  OC wheat and corn futures up 90c to $1.10/bu and new crop (NC) slower rise  up 50c for YC futures and up 80-90c for wheat futures.   SW up 50c/bu same time frame.   Prices profitable and worth selling into these rallies.   Will be 3-4 months before we get clearer picture on Northern Hemisphere production prospects.  Expect volatility to continue.  

 


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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of January 21, 2021, 08:31:48 AM CST or prior.
Commentary
Cotton Futures Sharply Higher on Dollar Weakness -

Cotton prices are up 120 to 141 points in strong risk on trade activity. Many contracts are posting new life of contract highs. The dollar index is

Wheat Futures Up 5 to 8 Cents Early -

Wheat markets are 5 to 8 cents higher, led by KC HRW. Front month wheat futures ended the Wednesday session with losses. SRW futures closed 0.67% to

Soybeans Flashing Double Digit Gains -

Early in the Thursday session, soy futures are 7 to 15 cents higher.  Soybean ended Wednesday with 16 to 19 1/2 cent losses. There was some

Hogs Put Up Triple Digit Gains to Reverse Tuesday Losses -

Lean hog futures showed $1.20 to $1.95 gains yesterday to fade or totally erase Tuesday losses. Pork cutout futures ended the session $1.02 to $1.20

Corn Up 4 to 8 Cents Per Bushel on Old Crop Interest -

Overnight action in the corn futures market has the board 4 to 8 cents higher to start Thursday price discovery. Yesterday futures ended 4 to 6

Cattle Futures Mixed As Choice Beef Holds Strong Premium -

At the close on Wednesday, Feb cattle futures were 2 cents higher to $113.50. The other finished cattle futures closed the Wednesday session down 37

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