Market Signals Weekly Report
The following are comments and discussion items from the weekly conference call of the Market Signals Team.
- Damage from Hurricane Ida to US gulf export terminals continues to delay US exports.
- Uncertain China property policy and slowdown in demand weighed on financial and commodity markets.
- Talk of passage of large US spending legislation could increase US debt and raise US individual and corporate taxes.
- Technical chart selling accelerated below key prices. Some feel corn, soybean and wheat are oversold but direction is still lower.
- USDA rates US corn 58% G/E, soybeans 57% G/E. Corn harvest is estimated at 10 pct, soybean 5 pct and with US winter wheat planting 22 pct. US Midwest is dry.
- USDA est US Sep corn yield near 176.3 vs 174.6 in August. Soybean yield 50.6 versus 50.0 in August.
- USDA est US 21/22 corn exports near 2,475 mil bu vs 2,775 last year. USDA est carryout 1,408 vs USDA 1,242.
- USDA est US 21/22 soybean exports near 2,090 mil bu vs 2,260 last year. Crush 2,180 vs 2,140. USDA est carryout 185.
- USDA estimates US 21/22 wheat carryout near 615 mil bu vs 627. World 21/22 wheat end stocks 283 mmt vs 292 last year.
- Market needs more US 2022 corn, soybean, wheat, sorghum, oat and canola acres. Higher fertilizer and energy cost could drop farmer profits.
- Last week, one group est US 2022 corn acres near 94.3 vs 93.7 ly, soybeans 86.6 vs 87.4 and all wheat 48.5 vs 46.9.
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