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Pre-Report Analysis of July 11 Reports

July 10, 2013
USDA   farmland aerial will have full coverage of the July 11 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.

AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 7-10-13

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing is not expecting very much information in tomorrow's report that will cause a great move in the markets either way. Weather will still be the determining factor in prices in future weeks.

Time to Sell the Last of Old-Crop Corn?

Producers who are still holding on to old-crop corn and soybeans are taking a big gamble, according to analysts.

AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 7-10-13

Jim Bower of Bower Trading says the market has been variable today. Beans have been the leader of concern for planted acres. Overall today is a book squaring day getting ready for tomorrows report.

Corn Erases Gain in Chicago on Outlook for Ample World Supply

Corn prices erased gains  on speculation that world supplies of the grain will be ample while a government report tomorrow is expected to show production in the U.S. at an all-time high.

AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 7-10-13

John Garrity of Roach Ag Marketing says it might be a quiet day today after yesterday's up day. Tomorrow export sales and supply demand reports will be issued.


AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 7-9-13

Tom Grisafi of Indiana Grain Company says grains are trading higher. Some of the earlier wet areas are now dry and will be need rain soon. Many producers that are holding corn will probably hold it for a while longer.

Corn Prices Advance as Outlook May Be Cut

Farmers will probably reap 13.983 billion bu. of corn this year, less than the 14.005 billion predicted by USDA last month, based on the average estimate of 20 analysts by Bloomberg.

AgWeb Radio: Openig Commentary 7-9-13

Craig VanDyke of Top Third Ag Marketing says corn, beans and wheat are all trading higher this morning. Weather has begun to be a concern on yields. Crop ratings were increased yesterday. Ethanol plants are increasing basis on corn.


Blog Commentary

The Allendale Wake-Up Call: Heat in Forecast Ignites Buyers

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EHedger Report: CBOT Prices Higher

Current Marketing Thoughts: Will the buying frenzy continue?

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