USDA’s September quarterly stocks report will give us the final count on surplus corn and soybean supplies for the 2018-19 marketing year, and the beginning stocks for 2019-20, along with possible adjustments to the size of the 2018 crops. However, it will also give us a clearer picture of livestock feeding of corn and wheat over the summer quarter. USDA will also release its annual Small Grains Summary report with final 2019 wheat production estimates in it. This report won’t have a lot of numbers in it, but it is known for surprises that produce dramatic price action going forward.Learn More
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The Quarterly Commodities Outlook addresses:
- the ongoing trade war;
- the economic slowdown in China and Europe;
- political instability across regions;
- and the US government shutdown.
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