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Most of the grains sagged to the bottom of the performance table after surging in April, while feeder cattle, silver, and gold switched ends of the table.
Grains Report - Tuesday, June 1
June 01, 2021
Palm Oil was higher along with the price action in competing vegetable oils. Prices have moved a little lower this week.
Stock Market Week Analysis & More - Friday, May 28
May 28, 2021
May 26, 2021
Crude oil traded range-bound yesterday as the market awaits developments on the Iranian nuclear talks currently going on in Vienna. The potential for a return of Iranian oil supply into the market has...
Investors in Teucrium Commodity Trust (WEAT) saw new options begin trading this week, for the January 2022 expiration. One of the key inputs that goes into the price an option buyer is willing to pay,...
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Weekly Ag Markets Update – Monday, May 24
May 24, 2021
Wheat markets were mostly lower on ideas of better weather for growing areas, but Minneapolis closed a little higher. All three markets were lower for he week.
Iranian Nuclear Deal In Sight
May 21, 2021
The oil market came under further pressure yesterday, with ICE Brent settling more than 2.3% lower on the day, leaving it to trade just above US$65/bbl.
May 19, 2021
ICE Brent had another go of trying to break above the US$70/bbl mark, and while the market briefly traded above this level, it failed to settle above and closed more than 1% down on the day.
Asian COVID-19 Worries
May 17, 2021
Oil markets are trading higher this morning, with ICE Brent trading around US$69/bbl at the time of writing. This move higher comes despite worries over the COVID-19 situation in Asia.
Grains Report - Thursday, May 13
May 13, 2021
Wheat markets saw low momentum in response to the USDA WASDE reports. Futures remain in a sideways range on the daily charts. The reports illustrated less demand is pairing with less production.
Market reactions to this month’s USDA larger 2021/22 world crop outputs weaken values across the major crops from pre-report levels. Weather is impacting crop levels in both Brazil and the US.
US East Coast Fuel Shortages
May 12, 2021
Oil continues to trade in a rangebound manner, with the lack of a fresh catalyst for the market. The market is waiting for further developments regarding the Colonial pipeline outage.
May 10, 2021
Refined product prices this morning are trading higher, after the Colonial pipeline in the US was temporarily shut following a ransomware cyberattack on Friday.
Pre-May US/World Wheat Update - US Exports Are Lagging, But Black Sea Crop Determines Prices
May 10, 2021
For the 2nd year in a row, no Kansas wheat crop tour occurred before the USDA’s May 12 winter wheat crop report. A virtual event with Kansas State’s main agronomist & district observers did provide...
Best & Worst Monthly Performers: May 5 Edition
May 05, 2021
Here is a look at the 25 best and 25 worst ETFs from the past trading month. Traders can use this list to find prospective candidates that have deviated too far from their longer-term trends, thereby...
Commodities Burst Higher in April
May 04, 2021
Several commodities made new all-time highs, as the global economy reflated, consumer confidence hit pre-pandemic highs, and housing prices in the U.S. jumped the most in 15 years.
Here Are The Best Performing Assets In April And YTD
May 03, 2021
April was another solid month for financial markets, with 31 of the 38 non-currency assets in Deutsche Bank's main sample gaining ground. Investor sentiment was supported by the continued economic...
ETF Wrap: Beans in the teens, and the taxman helpeth?
April 29, 2021
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Grains Report - Wednesday, April 28
April 28, 2021
Soybeans and the products were sharply higher in early trading then closed mostly lower. Traders are worried about demand for US Soybeans as South American prices are much cheaper.
OPEC+ Sticks To Production Increase Plan
April 28, 2021
OPEC+ ministers appear to have held their meeting which was scheduled for today early, with OPEC publishing a press release that the group met on Tuesday.
Ag Master Report -Tuesday, April 27
April 27, 2021
When you combine a “flash drought” in Brazil with cold, dry climes in the central US and throw in 6 year-low ending stocks – both here in the US & globally, you have the recipe for an explosive upside...
The Metals Complex Rallies
April 27, 2021
Metal prices rose across the board as macro tailwinds continued to provide support. Despite pushbacks from the downstream physical market, copper managed to continue its parabolic run.
Besides corn, wheat tagged a seven-year high, while soybeans are at eight-year highs. The entire agri-complex is on fire.
Weekly Ag Markets Update - Monday, April 26
April 26, 2021
The Bloomberg Agriculture Spot Index surged the most in nearly nine years, driven by a rally in crop futures.
OPEC+ Set To Meet Amid Soaring Indian COVID-19 Cases
April 26, 2021
The oil market continues to struggle to find direction, with prices remaining largely rangebound. A concern for the market is the surge in COVID-19 cases in India, where the number of daily cases has...
Small US Stock Build
April 22, 2021
Continued concern over the oil demand outlook, along with a surprise US crude oil build over the week weighed on oil prices yesterday.
Grains Report - Wednesday, April 21
April 21, 2021
Corn closed higher on what appeared to be speculative buying based on ideas of strong demand and long-term weather outlooks for warm and dry weather west of the Mississippi River.