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Morning Softs. 05/25/16

On May 25, 2016 - 9:35 AM By

COTTON
General Comments: Futures were higher in reaction to the USDA planting reports that showed delays, and on current weather forecasts suggesting that those delays will only get bigger. USDA showed that overall planting progress remains behind the average. Planting in Texas is the most behind due to dry conditions there. Planting in the […]

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It is suddenly hip to be bullish crude oil again. Bearish calls that oil could crash to $10.00 a barrel seem be off of the table. Talk that oil would never exceed $40.00 a barrel ever again has been proven to be wrong. Now the market and the analysts are starting to understand the impact […]

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The API data showed bullish data on Crude oil, Distillates and a bearish number on Gasoline and the market took notice. Another bullish to is more layoffs as Royal Dutch Shell announce it has to lay off another 2,200 employees. This is a sign that the Big Oil companies are still hurting at these price […]

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BY BARANI KRISHNAN | Reuters | Oil prices rose on Tuesday as investors anticipated a weekly drawdown in U.S. crude inventories that they hoped would boost prices closer to $50 a barrel, while a rally on Wall Street also lent support. “We’re gearing up on expectations that the wildfires in Canada may finally be showing […]

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Morning Grains. 5/24/16

On May 24, 2016 - 11:42 AM By

Crop Progress
Date 22-May 15-May 2015 Avg
Cotton Planted 46 40 44 54
Corn Planted 86 75 90 85
Corn Emerged 60 43 69 55
Soybeans Planted 56 36 56 52
Soybeans Emerged 22 10 27 21
Sorghum Planted 37 33 40 43
Rice Planted 93 87 […]

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Investor’s Business Daily via Bloomberg News | Oil dropped for a fourth day, the longest stretch of declines in more than a month, as producers in Canada worked to resume operations after wildfires and Iran continued to increase exports. July crude fell 0.7% in New York. Cooler weather is helping to control a blaze in […]

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Morning Softs. 5/24/16

On May 24, 2016 - 9:49 AM By

COTTON
General Comments: Futures were mostly a little higher, but July closed a little lower. The new crop futures got Support from ideas of planting delays. USDA showed that overall planting progress remains behind the average, but is slightly ahead of last year. Planting in Texas is the most behind due to dry conditions […]

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Oil prices are struggling on short term fundamentals but we continue to get a disturbing outlook for our long term energy future. Weakness enveloped crude oil driving it down for the fourth day in a row on reports of oil disruptions getting back on line, yet a report from Rystad Energy says that global oil […]

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The markets seemed not interested in supporting further gains or selling off with the signals of indecision with the Feds comments. Janet Yellin is on tap to speak later this week and hopefully she can be a cheerleader and pump the uncertainty that is effecting investors. On the Corn front the July contract is currently […]

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Morning Grains 05/23/16

On May 23, 2016 - 11:55 AM By

DJ Table of China April Oilseed, Vegoil, Grain Imports
Table of Imports by Grain, Oil Type and Origin
(All figures in metric tons)
Apr Change Jan-Apr Change
in Tons on Year in Tons on Year
Wheat
Total 302,409 +25.27% 858,688 +43.64%
Australia 147,582 -3.59% 421,657 +32.58%
Canada […]

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By Mark Shenk | Bloomberg | Oil dropped for a fourth day as producers in Canada worked to resume operations after wildfires and Iran continued to increase exports. July crude fell as much as 2.1 percent in New York. Cooler weather is helping to control a blaze in Canada’s oil-sands region and allowing Suncor Energy […]

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By TIMOTHY PUKO | The Wall Street Journal | Warmer weather forecasts boost expectations for demand. Natural-gas prices jumped to a 10-day high overnight as warmer weather forecasts boost expectations for demand. Natural gas for June delivery is up 3.5 cents, or 1.7%, at $2.097 a million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile […]

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