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FarmLead’s 2018 Wheat Prices, Market Review
December 27, 2018 Brennan Turner
As 2018 nears an end, we want to take a look back at would influenced wheat prices this past year and if there are any clues for 2019.
Nov 26 - Wheat Prices Finding Their Footing?
November 26, 2018 Brennan Turner
Wheat prices are the only thing in the green this morning for grain prices thanks to some follow-on buying from Friday’s buzz that U.S. wheat is getting more competitive.
Oct 19 - Canola Prices on the Edge of Glory?
October 19, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are mixed with soybean and canola prices up, corn and wheat prices ever so slightly in the red.
September 10: Canola Prices Rise Ahead of the September WASDE Report
September 10, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Canola prices finished the day in the green thanks to a round of technical buying. The uptick came two days ahead of the September WASDE report.
August 2018 Winter Wheat Prices Recap - FarmLead (GrainCents)
September 01, 2018 Brennan Turner
Winter wheat prices in August were impacted by falling Canadian production, lower global stocks, and increasing pressure on European and Russian output and exports.
August 29: Wheat Prices Surge on Russian Rumors
August 29, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Rumors that Russia would limit it's wheat exports caused wheat prices to surge on Wednesday. Soybean prices also found small gains.
March 2018 Spring Wheat Prices Recap
April 01, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
March was another tough month for spring wheat prices. Global competition and changes in buyer behavior are weighing on trader sentiment.
March 2018 Winter Wheat Prices Recap
April 01, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
It was a tough month of winter wheat prices as weather premiums evaporated and concerns about crop quality in the U.S. Plains began to abate.
February 12 - Soy Complex Pushes Grain Markets into the Green
February 12, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are all in the green this morning, led by the soy complex (namely soymeal) as it’s been suggested that Argentina didn’t get enough of a weekend rain that it needed.
February 6 - Grain Markets Grasping at Straws
February 06, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green with the focus on the potential for precipitation in North AND South American main grain-growing regions and grain stocks.
January 17 - Grain Markets Looking to Demand, South America
January 17, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are quietly mixed again, with oilseeds lower and wheat recovering some of its losses from the past few days as weather premium and export hopes pick up.
GrainCents 2018 Winter Wheat Prices, Market Outlook
January 07, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Winter wheat markets saw some turmoil in 2017 thanks to Russia. With US acres at 100 year low, is 2018 going to be the year that we reverse the lower price trend?
December 27: Frozen Temperatures Lift Wheat Prices
December 27, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The cold snap across the Midwest offers some support to wheat prices here today. The March SRW contract added 5.75 cents and closed the day at $4.28 per bushel. The May contract added 5.75 cents and closed a tick above $4.41.
December 11 - Awaiting the WASDE
December 11, 2017 Brennan Turner
Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at what we should expect in tomorrow's WASDE and why winter wheat continues to get its legs kicked out from underneath them.
Don't Cherry-Pick Data for Canada Wheat Prices
November 12, 2017 Brennan Turner
The National Farmers Union say that Canada wheat prices suck because of the removal of the Canadian Wheat Board. However, when you're cherry-picking data, it's easy to come to that conclusion. We instead look at all of the data,
November 7 - Grain Prices Dip with WASDE Anticipation
November 07, 2017 Brennan Turner
Do you know how grain prices are tracking against harvest progress in North America? Of if they're adding premium because of planting in South America? And what should we expect from Thursday's November WASDE grain report? Read today's FarmLead Breakfast Brief and you'll know.
Does Egypt Really Matter in Wheat Markets?
October 31, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
For the 2017/18 calendar, the FAO projects that Egypt will import 11.7 million to 12 million tonnes of wheat, a figure that is about 9% higher than its five-year import average. No other country will likely break the 10-million tonne mark this year. This is where we get to the point about why you should care.
The Rise of Ukraine's Wheat Crop (And Its Exports)
October 17, 2017 Brennan Turner
Ukraine will produce over 26.5 million tonnes of wheat in 2017/18. More than two-thirds of it will get exported. In the past 20 years, only Russia has seen a stronger export program than Ukraine wheat.
August 24 - Corn Prices Flat after Latest Crop Tour Results
August 24, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The annual crop tour has been completed. Now it's time to analyze the numbers and see just how accurate was the USDA's WASDE report.
August 17 - Uptick in Buying Presses Soybeans Higher
August 17, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Talk of the solar eclipse dominated talks rather than the usual topic of soybean prices. Grain prices were mixed today due to the volatility index surging up to 24%.
Getting Handcuffed (Or Why You Shouldn't Have Been)
June 26, 2017 Brennan Turner
Heading into the last week of June before traders take a breather over the July long weekend, markets are prepping for what will be a significant reporting week.
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