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Pre-Report Analysis of April 9 Reports

April 9, 2014
USDA soybeans in fall
  

AgWeb.com will have full coverage of USDA's April 9 Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates reports, following the 11 a.m. releases.

April 9 USDA Reports: All Eyes on Demand

Analysts anticipate USDA will lower both U.S. and world ending stocks on corn and soybeans due to strong world demand. 

Soybeans Climb to 10-Month High as U.S. Reserves Seen Declining

Soybeans rose to the highest level in 10 months on speculation USDA will lower its outlook for domestic and global inventories.

Soybeans Climb to 10-Month High as U.S. Reserves Seen Declining

Soybeans rose to the highest level in 10 months on speculation USDA will lower its outlook for domestic and global inventories.

Wheat Rises as Report May Show U.S. Dryness Damaging Plains Crop

Wheat rose in Chicago on speculation that rain forecast this week will be too light to ease dryness, while a USDA report today may show crop conditions deteriorated.

Reduced Acres Buries the Risk of $3.50 Corn

Corn prices exceeded $5 this week and market expert Jerry Gulke says the downside risk has been reduced at least for a while.

 

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