AgWeb.com will have full coverage of the May 10 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports, following the 11 a.m. releases.
Below are a few pre-report news items to read before the numbers come out.
Corn Swings Before USDA Report Predicted to Show Higher Supply
Corn swung between gains and losses as traders weighed prospects for increasing inventories against wet weather that threatens to extend planting delays.
Marketing Experts Preview Friday’s WASDE
What will be the important changes in Friday's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates? Here's what the experts are watching.
A Mixed Rate of Corn Consumption, But Does It Matter?
The pace of consumption reveals corn demand and some insight into potential market size in the upcoming marketing year. So far, two story lines have unfolded.
Don't Bet on Slow Planting to Ignite Prices
Extended below-average planting may support prices in the near term, but a market expert says the U.S. has persistent supply problem.
April Showers (and Snow) Bring Market Chaos
This year’s planting season has been slow and spotty. Jerry Gulke explains the market impact and what’s ahead in Friday’s USDA reports.
How Large Does the Corn Crop Need to Be?
Production prospects are being called into question due to the late start to the planting season.
Current Marketing Thoughts: How could Corn basis fall apart?
Standard Grain: Grain Markets Stabilize...
The Allendale Wake-Up Call: Tight Supplies Drive Futures
The Ted Spread: Early Thoughts on Friday's USDA Report / Trade Guesses
Grain Hedge: Large '13/'14 Corn Ending Stocks Anticipated in Friday's Report
Current Marketing Thoughts: Producers holding old crop soybeans should....
The Allendale Wake-Up Call: Markets Rebound On Planting Data
Market Watch: May Showers Bring May Showers?
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