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With autumn beginning and the weather feels like Mid-August it would not be an ideal time to visit the pumpkin patch as we start thinking Halloween and Thanksgiving. The Grains are trading higher in the overnight electronic session. This could lead to an interesting close given export and import news from China and South America […]

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This morning we kick off the day with Export Sales and Initial Jobs at 7:30 A.M. followed by EIA Gas Storage at 9:30 A.M. After yesterday’s FED decision, S&P Global Ratings cut China’s sovereign credit rating for the first time since 1999, citing the risk of from soaring debt, and revised its outlook to stable […]

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Tropical Storm Jose still a threat in the Energy sector with a threat to refineries in the northeast with maximum sustained winds at 55 knots with movement at 7 knots. Maria’s cone has her moving away from the Gulf of Mexico and out back to the Atlantic but it is still too early to judge […]

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FED Will not Raise Rates 09/19/17

On September 19, 2017 - 8:28 AM By

With this active hurricane season and the damaged sustained I believe the FED would be hard pressed to raise Interest Rates when some people lost their home and still paying a mortgage. However, investors will be listening to the verbiage to try and understand how Dovish or Hawkish the overtones are today and tomorrow. Kicking […]

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Hurricane Jose is still making headlines before we see the impact of his punch and hopefully he will miss the U.S. northeastern coast. Jose current movement is north at 8 knots. We also have to contend with Hurricane Maris a category 2 and Tropical Depression Lee which both of these storms threaten the Gulf of […]

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Pre-September Crop Report Update 09/07/17

On September 7, 2017 - 10:33 AM By

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The current cone has Hurricane Irma still a Category 5 is getting ready to punch Miami in the nose around 2:00 A.M. or veer east which is scary news in the Gulf of Mexico which is another scary proposition. We will be watching events unfold and when she makes landfall. Hurricane Jose a Category 1 […]

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As Irma the Category 5 Hurricane plows through the Caribbean and talk is the most powerful storm ever recorded nailing the Leeward Islands of Antigua and Barbuda with winds of 185 mph and is expected to head for Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba before potentially reaching Florida by Sunday. And in this […]

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Irma at the moment a Category 4 Hurricane with sustained winds at 130 knots and movement west at 12 knots. Is expected to make landfall later this week on the U.S. Coast from Miami to Ft. Lauderdale at the current track. There is also  Disturbance 2 in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico which has a […]

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In this active hurricane season Irma is now a category 3 with maximum winds of 115 mph. The storm is moving west-northwest at 10 knots or 12 mph. In the aftermath of Harvey all eyes are bracing for another slap in the face to the Gulf of Mexico region. There is yet another Tropical Wave […]

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Hurricane or Tropical Storm Harvey is not yet in the rear view mirror yet but we are ready to roll up our sleeves and get to work. We have another scary proposition with Tropical Storm Irma lurking in the shadows in the Atlantic moving west at 10 knots. The National Hurricane Center shows a cone […]

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If it was not a Knockout Blow! The first round Harvey is again making landfall on the Texas Louisiana state line. The only good news that can be surmised is that there is less rain but could still cause substantial flooding, but is moving faster than the last landfall at 6 knots moving north-northeast. The […]

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