April 20, 2015
Overnight trade was 2 to 3 cents higher
CO, NB and KS received 1”-2” of rain over the past 4 days
Black Sea regions also received moisture over the weekend with more to come in the 7-10 day forecast
Crop conditions report out this afternoon at 2 PM MST
China Central Bank cut reserve requirement over weekend in order try and stimulate growth in their economy
US dollar currently 333 ticks higher at 98.040
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Seen here Stripe Rust was found in Highwood early this week by CHS Central Montana Coop. Be sure to be out looking at your fields and if you have any concern of identifying the fungi give your local CHS CMC agronomist a call. ... See MoreSee Less
Overnight trade continued higher after the long weekend as weather continues to favor commodities. Both MINN and KC opened up 6 cents, with a trading range of 3 to 5 cents up until 6:45. Market openings at 7:30 are trading down 2 cents and 3 cents for MINN and KC respectively.
US dollar currently trading 181 ticks lower, at 96.625
First weekly crop conditions report will be released this afternoon.
7-10 day precipitation shows above average for the Midwest and Eastern Plains with limited precipitation for the Southwest Plains.
.5 to 1” fell across most of Ukraine and western Russia growing regions with continued dryness in eastern Russia.
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Overnight wheat markets were 2 to 3 cents higher as TX and OK received good moisture but KS growing regions were missed.
Weekly export sales released this morning and wheat was well below what the trade was estimating.
MINN trading down 11 cents and KC trading down 10 cents
Corn trading down 4 cents and beans trading down 6 cents
US dollar was trading lower overnight as well but have turned higher since the markets opened back up at 7:30.
Currently trading at 97.335 up 138 ticks ... See MoreSee Less
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