Edwards Market Thoughts

4/17/2019 8:00am

With corn unchanged this morning the Bonus Premium is netting $3.72 cash for corn delivered to Siouxland Energy. The premium is .19 cents/bushel on a CN20 $4.30 offer. If you would want a $4.20 CN20 offer with the same fill date of 6/26/20, you could receive .23 cents/bushel premium, or $3.76 cash today. ( CALL IF HAVE ANY QUESTIONS )

Planters rolling (although sporadic) across parts of southern and western IA yesterday. Few storms popping up this morning in the western belt with heavier more defined systems developing later today into tomorrow halting activity.

Chinese gross domestic product rose 6.4 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier. New leverage in trade talks?

Dow futures up 31 pts this morning on the heels of Asian equity strength due in part from above Chinese news. Dow made new highs for the year yesterday. Crude $0.37 higher at $64.42. US $ Index giving up some ground this morning.

Funds continue to add to their already historical short position in corn and the rest of the grains.  Funds now estimated to be short 292,859 contracts of corn (1.464 billion bushels), 76,734 contracts of soybeans and 63,958 contracts of Chicago wheat futures.

Yesterday’s corn market overshadowed by the wheat complex as good/excellent ratings continue to increase and Russia's SovEcon increased its estimate for the 2019 wheat crop to 83.4 million tonnes, up from their 80 million previous estimate. 

Easter Trading Schedule:

 Friday, April 19th

CLOSED- Good Friday as will this office

 Sunday, April 21st

Regular Night Session Open 7:00 PM CST

 

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Current Conditions: Cloudy
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Lo: 36°
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Lo: 41°
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Corn Receiving Alert

                                                     Siouxland Energy will Start receiving Corn at 11am on April 18th!!!!!                                                            

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Siouxland will be offering "Free Price Later" delivery starting Monday December 3rd! This room will be based on first come first serve, if space starts getting filled up we may need to slow deliveries. If you have any questions please give Tom E a call 722-3906.

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Commentary
Corn Futures Drift Lower Awaiting Export Sales Data -

Corn futures were down 1/2 to 1 cent per bushel on Wednesday. The weekly EIA report showed ethanol production for the week of 4/12 up 14,000 barrels

Soybeans See More Selling On Brazil Estimates -

Soybean futures were down 7 3/4 to 9 1/4 today, following double digit losses on Tuesday. Meal futures are down another $2.60/ton and May soy oil

Cotton Higher Ahead of USDA Export Sales -

Cotton futures settled 17 to 40 points higher. Cotton exports in February were tallied at 1.484 million bales according to newly released Census

Wheat Posts Modest Bounce From Chart Support -

Wheat futures were UNCH to 3 3/4 cents higher in the winter wheat contracts on Wednesday. MPLS was also higher by 1/4 to 1 3/4 cents. The 6-10 day

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures were down 1/2 to 1 cent per bushel on Wednesday. The weekly EIA report showed ethanol production for the week of 4/12 up 14,000 barrels

Cattle Mostly Higher With Cutouts Mixed -

Live cattle futures settled 22 cents lower to $0.67 higher with front month April down 22 cents. Feeder cattle futures were down 60 to up 92 cents,

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