Thursday, January 07, 2016

Perspective: Morning Commentary, 01/07/2016

Thursday, January 7, 2016

January 7 – It took just 29 minutes this time for China’s stock market to shut down. Circuit breakers closed the markets for the day as the China’s benchmark CSI 300 Index tumbled 7% in early trading. The reason for the tumble was a mystery for some, but all too clear for others. There wasn’t that... Learn More →

Soybean Report, 01/07/2016

Thursday, January 7, 2016

The world has caught an economic virus and commodities are far from immune to it. Even some $US weakness isn’t enough to stem the tide from going out or more appropriately right now, down. SA offers are showing up in the cash trade for LH Feb. and Mar. that well undercut current values for US FOB... Learn More →

Morning Livestock Report, 01/07/2016

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Just as we’d seen Monday, much weaker outside markets had the cattle complex trading solidly lower out of the gate yesterday morning, before futures recovered by day’s end. Can we do it again today?? Overnight equity markets are again sharply lower and leading energies, metals, and grains into or... Learn More →

Morning Dairy Comments, 01/07/2016

Thursday, January 7, 2016

General Market News · Global stocks tumbling lower after Chinese stock market trading suspended for the 2nd time this week after 7% decline · World Bank cuts global economic growth outlook for 2016 by 0.4% to 2.9%, U.S. growth down 0.1% to 2.8% · USDA releases 2015-2020... Learn More →

Morning Grain Comments, 01/07/2016

Thursday, January 7, 2016

No surprise that the trade isn’t looking for anything supportive on Tuesday—they expect the bulls to go wanting yet again. Outside markets continue to tumble, with crude lower and stocks tanking across the globe. The U.N. FAO’s food price index fell 1% to 154.1 points in Dec, compared to 155.6... Learn More →

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