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December USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA just released updated estimates for U.S. and world supply & demand. The USDA made minor adjustment to U.S. corn demand & imports, cutting ethanol production by 50 million.....
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November USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA just released their world and U.S. crop estimates and U.S. corn and bean yields were both cut. Prices rallied but were quickly driven lower by what looked like massive selling. At least it was massive enough to absorb all of the buying and take prices lower on the day. We hope you took advantage of our corn Sell Signal to get the sales made you needed. The Sell Signal ended with the decline in corn prices this afternoon, but if you need money now, don’t wait to sell some corn. ...
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October USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA surprised traders today when they pulled the corn yield down 0.6 bushels per acre. Traders thought...
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It seems of it as if most USDA reports recently have added to our surpluses. That was the case again with today’s report. Numbers were bigger on ending stocks carried into the new year than traders anticipated.
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September USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA gave us bigger U.S. yields and bigger world carry out numbers for corn and beans while cutting all the wheat numbers. Crop markets prices immediately fell following the reports, then beans bounced higher on the day.
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August USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA gave us bigger U.S. yields and bigger world carry out numbers for corn and beans while cutting all the wheat numbers. Crop markets prices immediately fell following the reports. • The projected season-average farm price for wheat is up $0.10 per bushel at the midpoint with the range at $4.60 to $5.60. • The season-average corn price received by producers is down 20 cents at the midpoint at a range of $3.10 to $4.10 per bushel. • Beans The U.S. season-average soybean price fo...
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July USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA did not see a reason to adjust corn or bean yields in July as we expected. They very seldom change yields on this report. When the updated plantings were counted, corn and bean...
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June Acreage & Quarterly Grain Stocks

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Today, the USDA released its June Acreage Report. The area planted to corn was increased by 1.102 million acres compared to the March Intentions. Bean plantings were up by 0.575 million acres.
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June USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA confirmed tightening domestic and world corn fundamentals in today's World Agricultural Supply & Demand Estimate (WASDE) update.
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May USDA Supply & Demand

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In our first look at the USDA's 2018/19 supply demand outlook, the USDA confirmed expectations for tighter global supplies of corn, soybeans, and wheat. In the U.S., 2018/19 corn ending stocks are seen at 1.682 billion bushels, 500 million bushels smaller than 2017/18 on a smaller trend line yield of 174 and reduced acres. Despite the reduction, corn futures finished the day essentially unchanged, as the 1.682 number was well within trade guesses and actually 54 million bushels over the avera...
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