Thursday, 12 November 2015

DTN Daily Ethanol Comments, 11/12/2015

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Ethanol futures were flat as the cash market was mixed due to a bearish EIA report showing ethanol stocks increased as production increased and demand slowed. Corn was slightly lower without any fresh news to give it direction. The market is still unhappy over USDA adding to the large U.S. corn... Learn More →

Perspective: Morning Commentary, 11/12/2015

Thursday, November 12, 2015

The dollar was modestly higher this morning and 400 points off its lows. A December Fed rate hike is now expected by the market, which is what brought the most recent surge in greenback strength. Historically, rate hikes anticipated over such a long period of time result in... Learn More →

Morning Dairy Comments

Thursday, November 12, 2015

General Market News · U.S. jobless claims flat at 276,000, still near 15-year low · Study Finds Health Benefit to Consuming Full-fat Dairy · New Zealand central bank warns of dairy farmer debt · Large herds and heavy (cattle) weights bear down on reports... Learn More →

Wheat Report

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Traders took the recent lows as an opportunity to buy wheat, as the market digested report numbers and didn't find reason to push lower. Funds decreased their net short by 4k contracts yesterday, now 28k short. Egypt bought another 120 TMT of wheat at an average price of $211/MT C&F; this round... Learn More →

Morning Livestock Report

Thursday, November 12, 2015

After trading limit lower for two straight days, the cattle markets caught a relief rally yesterday with the nearby contracts trading limit higher for most of the session. Dec live cattle synthetics finished the day near $132.00, an additional ~$0.70 above the daily limit. Expanded limits are in... Learn More →

Morning Dairy News

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Following gains in the latter half of last week, prices retreated somewhat in the CME spot market for dairy commodities Enquiries for new orders are few and far between – both from within Europe and also on the export market," "The market remains weak... Learn More →

Morning Grain Comments

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Corn and beans tried to start off the overnight session higher last night, but were unable to get up off the mat; we are seeing something closer to competitiveness from U.S. feed grain export prices, but that's a long way from there to increased shipments... South Korean feedmaker NOFI bought 63k... Learn More →

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