Teucrium Soybean (NY: SOYB )
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Grains Report - Wednesday, July 22
July 22, 2020
Winter Wheat markets were higher as demand for world Wheat was noted from Jordan and Egypt. The Egyptian tender was filled by Ukraine at prices below those of its previous purchase from Russia.
Weekly Ag Markets Update - Monday, July 20
July 20, 2020
Rice was lower as harvest comes closer. New crop prospects appear solid for increased production in the coming year. The area is larger and the growing conditions are mostly good.
Grains Report - Friday, July 17
July 17, 2020
Rice was lower, with September leading the way. It looks like the market feels that new crop Rice will be available for delivery against September contracts.
Grains Report - Tuesday, July 14
July 14, 2020
Palm Oil closed higher on follow-through buying and chart patterns. Palm Oil has been hoping for better demand from importers as world economies slowly open after being closed by the Coronavirus...
Energy prices were all higher or unchanged last week. WTI crude oil prices were unchanged while Brent crude oil prices increased 0.2%.
Market Analysis July’s US supply/demand revisions generally followed the indications from June 30th quarterly stocks & acreage changes.
Grains Report - Friday, July 10
July 10, 2020
Palm Oil closed higher on positive data from MPOB. Higher world petroleum prices helped with ideas of increased bio fuels demand.
Grains Report - Thursday, July 9
July 09, 2020
Palm Oil closed higher on better demand ideas. Higher world petroleum prices helped with ideas of increased bio fuels demand.
Grains Report - Wednesday, July 8
July 08, 2020
Soybeans were a little lower on no Chinese demand and on forecasts for showers later this week in the US Midwest.
Pre-July US S&D/Wheat Updates
July 08, 2020
Grains Report - Tuesday, July 7
July 07, 2020
Rice was a little lower. New crop prospects appear solid for increased production in the coming year.
Energy prices were all higher last week with natural gas prices increasing the most. WTI and Brent crude oil prices rose 5.4%, and gasoil, gasoline, and heating oil prices increased by 5.7%, 7.9%, and...
Weekly Ag Markets Update - Monday, July 6
July 06, 2020
Rice was a little higher in new crop months and lower for another week in old crop July. New crop months were relatively little changed as new crop prospects appear solid for increased production in...
Grains Report - Monday, July 6
July 06, 2020
Winter Wheat markets were lower as the Winter Wheat harvest expanded north and as the Spring Wheat was developing under good growing conditions.
China's purchases of US farm goods since the trade deal was signed in mid-January has been underwhelming.
Market Movers Of The Week
July 03, 2020
Grains Report - Thursday, July 2
July 02, 2020
Corn was higher on fund buying and on the Tuesday USDA reports. The quarterly stocks report was negative but the planted area report was very bullish and the surprise of the market.
Grains Report - Wednesday, July 1
July 01, 2020
Rice was mostly a little lower. But July was sharply higher again USDA showed increased planted All Rice area at 2.921 million acres.
The USDA provided surprises in both their US acreage & corn’s quarterly stocks reports again this week.
SCHP, SOYB: Big ETF Inflows
July 01, 2020
Comparing units outstanding versus one week ago at the coverage universe of ETFs at ETF Channel, the biggest inflow was seen in the SCHP ETF (SCHP), which added 35,500,000 units, or a 25.9% increase...
From ETF Channel
Agriculture-related exchange traded funds were among the leaders on Tuesday after the United States Department of Agriculture revealed a smaller-than-expected estimate on the acreage of planted corn...
From ETF Trends
Grains Report - Tuesday, June 30
June 30, 2020
Rice was mostly a little lower. The new crop continues to show progress under mostly good conditions.
Energy prices were all lower higher last week. WTI and Brent crude oil prices fell 3.2% and 2.9%, respectively and gasoil, gasoline and heating oil prices decreased 6.3%, 8.4% and 5.0%, respectively.
By signing the Phase 1 trade deal, Trump believed that we would see increased manufacturing jobs. This may have been the case but COVID-19 changes everything.
2020 Us Acreage Prospects, COVID -19 US Impact May Alter Plantings, But Weather Remains Key
June 25, 2020
The US major crop area could slip 2.25 million to 251.2 million acres vs. March. Dry & wet soils in the US Plains & other areas could cause higher use of RMA’s PP provision vs. 2 yrs ago.
Grains Report - Wednesday, June 24
June 24, 2020
Trends in Corn are mixed to down with objectives of 318 and 308 July. Support is at 321, 319, and 315 July, and resistance is at 329, 335, and 340 July.
China Buys a Mere 13% of Its Soybean Commitment
June 23, 2020
Iowa Soybean Association president Tim Bardole told NBC News that President Trump's signing of the phase one trade deal had been a disappointment, and China's commitments as per the trade deal will...
Weekly Ag Markets Update - Monday, June 22
June 22, 2020
Corn was a little higher on the weekly charts as the current seasonal rally appeared to stall. Futures markets have had hot and dry weather in much of the Midwest this week to support prices, but there...
Grains Report - Monday, June 22
June 22, 2020
Winter Wheat markets were lower as the harvest expanded north into southern Kansas. Yield reports from the region have been variable, but generally a little better than expected, so USDA might raise...