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Commentary

4/22/24:  KC and Chicago wheat up 20 cents this morning on continued dryness concerns in parts of Kansas and Russia.  In addition, it was reported this morning that India had raised its wheat export offers substantially, which in theory should lead to more US exports.  India raising their prices is the best part of our bullish story in my opinion.  Our surplus of wheat and corn is not going to be solved with patches of dryness concerns.  It will be solved if we can find extra demand and start to rachet up US exports.  Extended forecast shows rain for Kansas, but over the past couple of weeks the extended has consistently shown moisture that has disappeared as we approached.  This afternoon will be updated crop conditions and planting progress.  Market will want to see conditions on winter wheat go backwards to continue the rally tomorrow.  Sounds like for now the conflict in the middle east has deescalated.  Really all that means is no further attacks of significance over the weekend. 

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Commentary
Cotton Post Monday Strength -

The cotton market saw some recovery from the drop off the February highs, as contracts were up 29 to 140 points on Monday. The US cotton crop is now

Cattle Rally After Digesting USDA Data -

Live cattle closed Monday with contracts up $2.35 to $3.20 in fallout from friendly the USDA Cattle on Feed report. Cash action picked up on

Soybeans Slip From Highs, Still Post Double Digit Gains -

Soybeans closed the week’s opening session with contracts 8 ½ to 11 ¾ at the closing bell. Soymeal was up 60 cents to $2.10 on the day to help

Hogs Sneak Higher on Monday -

Lean hogs snuck out some gains on Monday, with contracts steady to $1.20 higher across the board. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated

Corn Rallies on Monday -

Corn futures got some help from the other grains in the complex, as contracts closed with gains of 3 to 6 ¾ cents across the board. Positive

Wheat Leading the Grain Charge Higher on Monday -

The wheat market led the grain rally on Monday. Chicago contracts were up 10 to 21 cents across the board. Kansas City futures were 16 ¼ to 20 ¼

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