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Commentary 

 

5/16-  Wheat market up 60-70c/bu today.  Slow reaction to India halting exports balance of year which was anounced last week.   USDA May 12 report also friendly as reduced US 2022 YC crop projection to 14.46 bil bu  down 650 mb vs LY.  Also showing world wheat c/o will decrease 440 mb from the 21-22 crop.   NC Wheat futures gained 60c to $1/bu last week while yc was up 28c.  Hot weather in India reducing crop size and Indian export program and France hitting high temps potentially reducing their crop yields.  Weather markets in full swing and Russian Ukraine war also keeping all markets and supply chains highly volatile..  Most of PNW crops look very good.   PNW to get more rain very soon as well.   

 

 

 

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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of May 16, 2022, 08:08:11 PM CDT or prior.
Commentary
Wheat Locked Limit at the close -

The wheat complex saw several contracts close at the limit on Monday across all three exchanges. CBT and KC contracts were up the 70 cent limit in

Cattle Complex Mixed on Monday -

Live cattle futures were up 17 cents to $1.55 on Monday, with the front months the strongest. Cash trade has yet to develop this week, though USDA

Soybeans Close Higher on Monday -

Soybeans held up at the close with contracts up 9 ½ to 13 ¾ on Monday. Product values were mixed as soybean meal was up $3.60/ton, and bean oil

Hogs Rally on Monday -

Lean hog futures posted $1.32 to $3.60 gains on Monday. The National Average Base Hog price for Monday morning was $101.64 up 17 cents from the day

Cotton Sharply Higher to Start the Week -

Cotton futures were up 404 to 545 points on Monday. Outside markets were adding support, with crude oil up another $3.40 and the dollar down 391

Corn Rallies to Start the Week -

Corn futures rallied another 15 to 28 ¼ cents on Monday to start the week on a bullish note. July climbed back over $8, with Dec back above $7.50.

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