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Commentary

6/12/24: Wheat markets were lower pre report this morning, and the report didn’t lead to a recovery.  All wheat futures down 10-15 cents, taking back majority of the bounce back yesterday.  Corn floating both sides of unchanged.  Ending stocks for 23/24 both domestically and globally were left relatively unchanged.  World ending stocks on wheat were raised by 2 million metric tons while corn ending stocks were lowered 1 million metric tons.  Not a lot of change in 24/25 ending stock predictions either.  US numbers were unchanged from the May report while World wheat and corn were lowered 1.5 million metric tons.  USDA lowered Russia specifically by 5 million metric tons to 83 MMT.  Ukraine was lowered to 19.5 MMT a 1.5 MMT drop on the same hot and dry weather.  These drops were offset by the increase in 23/24 carryout previously mentioned.  US all wheat production for 24/25 was raised from 1.858 million bu in May to 1.875 mbu.  Market expectations were for a raise in US wheat production from the previous report and a drop in Russia/Ukraine production from the previous report.  Nothing unexpected and a pretty quiet report in general.  We will go back to momentum weather trading and for now that means lower. 

* Please call with BOLS counts for the upcoming wheat harvest.

Please open link below for information about TCG's decision to change grain grading labs from WSDA grain lab in Pasco to National Quality Inspection (NQI). 

NQI Customer Letter

 

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Commentary
Cotton Head Lower After Stocks Revised Higher -

Cotton closed out Wednesday following some pressure from USDA data, as contracts were down 46 to 99 points. The US Dollar Index was down 494 points

Hogs Post Rebound on Wednesday -

Lean hog futures closed the Wednesday trading session with gains of 7 cents to $1.42. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 20 cents at $91.32 on June 10.

Cattle Fall on Wednesday -

Live cattle futures slipped lower on Wednesday, with losses of a dime to 67 cents. June cattle are in deliveries, but none have been served, with

Soybeans Slip into Close, Following USDA Release -

Soybeans fell lower on the midweek session, pressed lower by a less than bull friendly USDA revision. Contracts closed with losses of ¾ cent in

Wheat Falls on Wednesday, Despite a Few Friendly USDA Numbers -

Wheat futures sold some of the bull facts on Wednesday, as several contracts were down double digits across the three exchanges. Chicago futures

Corn Bulls Muster Strength into Close, Despite Uneventful USDA Report -

Corn futures faded out of the USDA report, there was little news on the US side, and less bull friendly World numbers. However, bulls found some

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