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Morning Outlook


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Overnight Highlights

  • Overnight markets have corn -1 ¼, soybeans -6, wheat -2, crude oil -.85, dollar -.07, gold -3.0 and the Dow -73.
  • Grains lower this morning. USDA report out at 11:00 CT today. Trade trending toward hearing a bearish soybean number and friendly corn.
  • Analysts are expecting a corn production of 15.03 bln bu from an avg yield of 173.4 bpa in today’s USDA report. This is vs the August estimate of 15.15 bln off a yield of 175.1 bpa.
  • Analyst soybean expectations are for 4.09 bln bu from a yield 49.2 bpa vs last month at 4.06 bln and 48.9 bpa.
  • Expectations for wheat are to be unchanged stocks for the US for 16/17 and a slight decrease for the world compared to the August estimate.
  • Current analyst expectations are for Australia to have its best wheat crop in five years.
  • French port workers will join a nationwide strike protesting labor market reforms on September 15th.
  • CFTC report showed Managed Money as of Tuesday returned as sellers of corn, adding -18,390 contracts to their now net short position at -180,893. They continue to reduce their long soybean position and added again to their huge wheat net short.
  • On Friday, funds were estimated buyers of some 6,500 corn, 3,000 wheat and sellers of 1,000 wheat.

Commodity Weather Group Forecast


·         Early weekend rains heaviest SE KS/C. MO/SW IL/N. IN/far NW OH/SE MI/NE IA; wet fields limiting early harvest

·         Patchy Midwest showers tonight/tomorrow with quick frontal passage, but wettest Thu.-Sat. (favors west)

·         Midwest showers limited much of next week (drier), but 11-15 day trends wetter in C. & SW; no notable frost risks

·         Break in rain helps to limit damage risk, but lack of sustained drying still hinders early harvest (particularly KS/MO/IA)

·         6-15 day rains in South (particularly 6-10 day) hinder corn/soy harvest, but low damage risks

·         Canada wheat/canola harvest slows late next week, but favorable drying in meantime aids fieldwork


International Overview

·         Rains Aid East 1/2 Arg. Wheat This Week; Drier 6-15 Day Likely to Keep West 1/2 Under Stress

·         Ukraine Wheat Dry This Week; Showers Next Week Provide Spotty Coverage, With Up to 1/2 Belt Still Too Dry

·         Australia Rains Benefit E. 2/3 of Wheat This Week; Limited Rains West 1/3 Could Still Hamper Late Heading

·         Abundant Rains in India Next 10 Days End Crop Moisture Stress for All But South 15% of Groundnuts



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