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US Planting Intentions
April 01, 2021
The USDA again provided surprises in both March 31, US planting intentions & quarterly stocks report. However, they were different than the last-minute whisper ideas that broke prices into the USDA...
Jim Roemer Talks Earlier This Week About Global Commodities, Weather And Market Forces
April 01, 2021
Jim Roemer warned about the rising dollar affecting some commodities like crude oil and coffee, but what weather would create a potential bull market again for grains.
Commodities: Downward Demand Revisions
March 31, 2021
Oil has managed to hold its ground this morning, despite the API reporting overnight that US crude oil inventories rose by 3.91MMbbls over the last week.
La Niña Modoki And Is The Commodity Boom Over?
March 30, 2021
After 10 years of under performance, commodities began booming later in 2020. Crude oil soared more than 100%, grains some 30% on global weather concerns and strong Chinese demand.
Ever Given Partially Refloated
March 29, 2021
ICE Brent has been trading soft in the morning session today after reports emerged that the ship blocking the Suez Canal has been refloated though it’s still unclear how soon the trade route could be...
Grains Report - Saturday, March 27
March 27, 2021
Soybeans and Soybean Oil closed lower on weaker than expected export sales and the stronger US Dollar. Soybean Meal closed a little higher on spreads against Soybean Oil.
New Wave COVID Angst
March 26, 2021
Crude oil prices retreated yesterday and settled around 5% down for the day, even as the ship blocking the Suez Canal remained in place.
Helicopter Money Vs. Gold
March 25, 2021
At its latest FOMC meeting, the Fed promised near-zero interest with no rate hikes until 2023, and its $120 billion monthly asset purchases see no sign of abating.
Weekly Ag Markets Update - Tuesday, March 23
March 23, 2021
Winter Wheat markets were lower on funds and other speculators selling tied in part to the stronger US Dollar.
The wheat market’s focus will be split between the upcoming quarterly stocks & the US producers’ prospective planting survey since both USDA reports will be released on March 31.
Commodities: Oil Pressure
March 22, 2021
Oil managed to claw back some of its losses on Friday, with ICE Brent settling almost 2% higher on the day. Despite this, oil has still seen its worst week this year, as concerns grow over a flaring up...
When To Trade And When To Do Nothing...
March 21, 2021
No one likes to feel as though they are missing out on profits by not participating. Taking that into mind, here is a way you can look at the major indices and come up with a clear plan of action.
Rising Treasury Yields Hit The Complex
March 19, 2021
Oil did not like the spike in US treasury yields and the rallying USD yesterday, with ICE Brent settling down almost 7% on the day.
March 18, 2021
Monetary growth has already far outpaced levels from the 1970s. And we know that inflation follows the money supply, often with a lag.
Each March, the USDA surveys US producers to get an initial idea of their prospective plantings for the upcoming year. The results of this sampling will be released on March 31.
Bearish For Natural Gas Prices, Soybeans Deeper Into March
March 16, 2021
The wild swings in soybean prices are due to the very tight old crop stocks, reduced Argentina crop from dry weather, harvest delays to the Brazil crop and near record high Palm Oil and China soybean...
Grains Report - Monday, March 15
March 15, 2021
Wheat markets were lower and were led lower by the HRW market. The weekly charts show down trends in HRW and SRW.
Sal Gilbertie freely admits that soybeans and wheat have far less sex appeal with many investors than cryptocurrency. “People ...
OPEC Sees Stronger Oil Demand In 2H21
March 12, 2021
Crude oil prices traded firm yesterday on healthy gasoline demand in the US and an overall constructive report from OPEC.
Grains Report - Thursday, March 11
March 11, 2021
Brent Under Pressure
March 10, 2021
Oil has given back more of its recent gains, with ICE Brent slipping below US$68/bbl yesterday and breaking below the US$67/bbl level this morning.
The USDA returned to its traditional approach of limited changes in their March US and World supply & demand levels as many in the trade had expected.
Grains Report - Tuesday, March 9
March 09, 2021
Wheat markets were lower but mostly held the trading range for one more day. Chart trends are mostly mixed again.
Grains Report - Friday, March 5
March 05, 2021
Rice was lower as the commercial short covering dried up and speculative selling was noted. Trends are still up on the daily charts.
The next monthly USDA output and supply/demand report will be released on March 9. The World Board traditionally hasn’t made many changes in their US & World S&D updates this month.
AgMaster Report - Wednesday, March 3
March 03, 2021
May Corn has drifted into a sideways trading pattern. The upside is limited by waning exports as S/A supplies – newly on-line and cheaper than the US – have encroached on our export share.
Grains Report - Wednesday, March 3
March 03, 2021
Rice was higher and tested recent resistance areas on the daily charts. Volumes traded were limited but the price action was strong.
Grains Report - Monday, March 1
March 01, 2021
Soybeans closed higher and Soybean Meal closed a little lower. Selling came on ideas that the impending Brazil harvest will kill current demand for US Soybeans.
Key OPEC+ Meeting This Week
March 01, 2021
Oil prices have had a strong start to the week, with ICE Brent back above US$65/bbl during the morning session in Asia, following the weak close on Friday.