Line on Agriculture
COVID Challenges for Agriculture Pt 1
Marketing Strategy in Weather Markets
Excluding domestic sheep
David Sparks Ph.D.
Market LineMarkets were stronger on Thursday ahead of today’s USDA Report.
Market LineWeather markets can lead to price spikes but are usually short lived says Joe Vaclavik.
Market LineFollowing the long weekend, many traders are probably wondering: where do we go from here?
Market LineThis has been an eventful week in the grain markets launched by a surprising drop in corn acres from the USDA.
Market LineThe USDA shocked the corn market with their report on Tuesday.
Market LineCorn and wheat markets up sharply on Monday, presumably due to funds covering short positions ahead of the USDA Report.
Market LineMarkets were weaker going home on Friday especially in wheat.
Market LineHigh volatility in the cattle market has given way to a narrow trade range.
Market LineEthanol margins have been improving rapidly, which may be a bit more bullish the longer term corn outlook.
Market LineTraders are watching the re-opening closely to see if beef values will hold as processing capabilities catch up.
Market LineThe June WASDE Report was not the market-mover some thought it might be.
Market LinePositive territory across the board on Thursday. Wheat closed the day up double-digits.
Market LineWheat was having a pretty good week last week but fell heading into the Memorial Day Weekend.
Market LineIt’s that time of year where we expect to see weather in the commodity market headlines.
Market LineNews from Russia sent the wheat market higher.
Market LineMoves in the energy sector, could be positive for ethanol and in turn, corn.
Market LineThe cattle markets are trying to reconcile with the spike in boxed beef as plants open back up.
Market LineCattle up the expanded limit, and weather could be impacting the corn crop.
Market LineBrazil's second corn crop needs a rain. Cattle markets up the limit on anticipations of plants re-opening.