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5/17/21: YC about unchanged and wheat down 8c & down 28c in Mpls DNS.   A disaster last week..  Negative crop report May 12; record YC yields projected with 3-4 mil acre planting increase, US HRW crop good, DNS crop and plains getting rain, etc.  Spec and index funds record longs and liquidated all week.  pushed YC futures down 90c/bu, and the wheat markets down 60-80c/bu.. 

My guess we recover some the next couple weeks.  Will take crop disasters to reach Friday May 7th highs again.  SW fared ok staying within 30c of last week highs.  PNW needs rain, DNS areas need rain, Corn and bean belt and HRW plains all seem ok.  Not sure if Brazil got their 2nd crop yc saving rains?   China keeps buying NC YC and Beans and some wheat like they're running out.  Volatility going to remain high..   Good luck.. 



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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of May 17, 2021, 05:30:09 PM CDT or prior.
Cotton Market Mixed on Monday -

The old to new crop inverse tightened on Monday, as July cotton futures closed 11 points weaker to new crops 45 to 68 point gains. December

Corn Closes Mixed on Monday -

Intramonth spread trading in corn futures widened the old to new crop inverse on Monday. Old crop futures were 8 3/4 cents stronger at the close,

Soy Oil Adds Crush Value -

The Monday soy complex closed mixed, and the CME Synthetic Soy Crush   was 4 3/4 cents higher on Monday propped up by soybean oil.

Hogs Close Monday Mixed -

Monday lean hog trading left the board mixed but mostly lower. August and October contracts closed 55 and 25 cents higher respectively, though the

Wheat Futures Close in Red -

Monday wheat trading left contracts off the lows but still in the red for the close. CBT futures ended the session 7 to 7 1/2 cents weaker, though

Cattle Complex Mixed on Monday -

Front month cattle futures ended the first trade day of the week mixed within 40 cents of UNCH. August was the largest mover with the 40 cent drop.

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