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Soybeans -

Soybean futures are steady to fractionally mixed at midday. December meal is down 20 cents/ton, with nearby bean oil 11 points higher. The USDA

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures are trading 55 to 95 cents lower at midday. The CME Lean Hog Index for 11/17 was down 59 cents to $64.83. The national base hog

Cotton -

Cotton futures are mixed with nearby Dec up 5 points and back months lower at midday. A large unpriced on call position is capturing attention. The

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are mostly 1-2 cents higher so far on Tuesday. Monday afternoon’s USDA Crop Progress report showed corn harvest 90% completed.

Wheat -

Wheat futures are 1-3 cents higher in most KC and CBT contracts, as MPLS is fractionally higher. Monday afternoon’s Crop Progress report

Corn -

Corn futures are mostly 1-2 cents higher so far on Tuesday. Monday afternoon’s USDA Crop Progress report showed corn harvest 90% completed.

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Edwards Market Thoughts

11/21/17 8:10am

Lower trade overnight on the lack of fresh news to give trade any direction setting, therefore back to the steady to lower attitude.  Steady to lower call this morning to start the session.  Reminder December options expire Friday and first day delivery notice on December futures is November 30th.

AgRural estimates Brazilian soybean planting at 73% complete. That is equal with last year but actually ahead of the 68% five year average. For corn they suggest a 63% planting pace compared with 79% last year at this time. The five year average is 65%.

Managed money funds were buyers of 12,000 corn, 3,000 soybeans, and 2,000 soymeal contracts in yesterday's trade. They were estimated sellers of 5,000 wheat, and 6,000 soyoil.

Yesterday afternoon the USDA estimates that corn harvest is 90% complete below the five-year average of 95%.  Soybean harvest is 96% complete. Both of those numbers were 1% less the average market expectation.

Negotiators are making progress on less contentious portions of the North American free-trade agreement – such as slashing red tape for exporters and standardizing food-safety regulations between the three countries – while punting the more difficult ones to future rounds of talks.

The fifth session of the NAFTA renegotiation in Mexico City has taken on a workmanlike tone, with the three sides prioritizing easier parts of the deal. It is a sharp contrast with the previous round near Washington last month, which was marked by non-stop tension as the Trump administration hammered Canada and Mexico with a string of tough protectionist demands.


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