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The market fears of a slowing economy is real and could be pegged to Copper meltdown that showed the 2nd largest global economy was slowing in buying an infrastructure metal in what was regarded as a booming economy. In the overnight electronic session the September contract is currently trading at 365 which is 1 ¼ [...]

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Reality Check. The Energy Report 8/28/15

On August 28, 2015 - 7:56 AM By

Oil ultra bears got hit with a reality check after oil posted its biggest one day snap back since the crazed buying days at the beginning of the frenzy buying of 2008. While there is no doubt that the bear case of ever rising supply is a compelling one, especially if you put it in [...]

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Sorry sports fans I have a short one this morning. In the overnight electronic session the September Corn is currently trading at 363 ¼ which is 1 ½ cents higher. The trading range has been 365 ¼ to 362 so far. Weather for the most part has been conducive to crops this late in the [...]

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Financials: Dec. Bonds are currently unchanged at 154’18, 10 Yr. Notes 4.5 lower at 127’08 and 5 Yr. Notes 6 lower at 119’23. The ratio spread of long 5-5Yr. Notes/short 3-10 Yr. Notes has moved our way over the last few sessions as the difference in yield has moved from 61 basis points premium the [...]

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Back to Normal. The Energy Report 8/27/15

On August 27, 2015 - 7:48 AM By

Oil prices are out of the crisis zone, trading back above $40 a barrel and if it closes above there, it may show that the world may not be falling apart. A combination of the strongest rally on Wall Street since 2011 and a rally in China overnight, on some alleged government stock buying, is [...]

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The Peoples Bank of China said it would inject $21.80 billion into the financial system in a new easing effort and our Stock Market loves to drink the Kool-Aid as we are concerned about a global calamity in epic proportions. On the Corn front the September contract is currently trading at 367 ¾ which is [...]

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At the end of the day it is all about the end of the day. While oil prices trade below $40 a barrel in crisis market price levels its taking its cue from the beleaguered stock market that can’t hang onto a rally. The world was looking to the U.S. markets to lead the globe [...]

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By Kelly Gilblom | BloombergBusiness Natural gas futures gained the most in four days, rebounding from an 11-week low Monday amid a global rout in commodities, as rising temperatures may spur demand from power plants. Temperatures in New York may reach 89 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) on Saturday, 8 above normal, according to AccuWeather [...]

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Financials: Sept. Bonds are currently 117 lower at 159’12, 10 Yr. Notes 19 lower at 128’20 and 5 Yr. Notes 9 lower at 120’15. 10 Yr. German Bunds are 154 lower at 154.14. Yesterday’s equity rout saw sharply increased volatility in equities and treasuries as a slow down in China’s economy infected Global markets causing [...]

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After the global stock market bloodbath China moved swiftly by cutting interest rates by one-quarter and reduced bank reserve requirements by a ½ of a percentage point. The reserve rate cut added 678 billion yuan to the Chinese economy which boosted sagging markets across the board. On the Corn front we are currently trading at [...]

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In the aftermath of the biggest point drop opening in the history of the stock market open oil today is battling back. As European and U.S. stock markets even as china and Japan markets fall the oil market is trying to make a run higher and get out of the $30 handle danger zone. Now [...]

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Oil falls below $40 a barrel

On August 24, 2015 - 5:44 PM By

Paul Davidson | USA TODAY U.S. oil prices followed stocks lower Monday, sliding nearly 6% and closing below $40 a barrel for the first time since February 2009. West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. benchmark, slipped $2.21 to close at $38.24 a barrel. Brent, the international benchmark, tumbled 6.1% to settle at $42.69, dropping below $43 [...]

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