Market Signals Weekly Report
The following are comments and discussion items from the weekly conference call of the Market Signals Team.
- Slow US new crop corn, soybean and wheat export trade has weighed on futures. Talk of Midwest rains is also negative.
- Today’s maps were drier. Saturday’s US Midwest forecast was warm and dry. Sunday’s forecast was wetter across central Midwest.
- The flip and flop weather maps add to price discovery uncertainty and limits new buying until US August 12 crop report.
- Nearby corn futures traded from a high on July 21 at $5.79 to today’s low near $5.36. Sep corn ended near $5.50 on drier US forecast.
- Trade estimates US 2021 corn crop near 14,874 mil bu versus USDA 15,165 and 21/22 carryout near 970 vs USDA 1,432.
- Nearby soybean futures traded from a high on July 21 at $14.31 to todays low near $13.36. Sep soybean ended near $13.62 on drier US forecast.
- Trade estimates US 2021 soybean crop near 4,379 mil bu and 21/22 carryout near 120 vs USDA 155. There was talk of China interest in US soybeans.
- Nearby Chicago wheat futures have traded from a July 20 high near $7.18 to todays low near $6.65, KC $6.74 to $6.31 and Minn $9.44 to $8.70 on slow demand.
- Trade estimates US 2021 wheat crop near 1,700 mil bu and 21/22 carryout near 580 vs USDA 665.
- Managed Funds are long to 225,000 contracts, soybean long to 85,000 and Chicago wheat short 12,000.
- Soyoil gain on soymeal on better demand.
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