AgWeb.com will have full coverage of the Nov. 8 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports, following the 11 a.m. releases.
AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 11-7-13
Brock Schimbeno of Grain Hedge says corn and wheat were not active as soybeans today. The main market is looking for revisions by the USDA in the report tomorrow. Harvested acres will be the surprising factor.
4 Potential Surprises in Friday’s USDA Reports
What information in these reports could shock the markets? Four market experts share their thoughts on the possible surprises.
Corn Rebounds from Three-Year Low Before USDA Report
December corn rose to $4.2225 a bu. the morning of Nov. 7 amid speculation prices already reflect a possible increase in USDA's estimate for the national harvest.
AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 11-6-13
Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing says the market is setting itself for a low on the report, This would be an opportunity for feed users to take advantage. Expect prices to be weaker until the report.
Corn Nears Three-Year Low as USDA May Raise Crop Forecast
The grain touched $4.2525 the morning of Nov. 5, matching yesterday’s intraday low that was the cheapest price for a most-active contract since 2010.
AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 11-5-13
Craig VanDyke of Top Third Ag Marketing says our corn and soybean harvest is moving along well. Some corn was sold internationally overnight. Most traders are getting ready for the crop report information Friday.
2013 Harvest Hits the Homestretch
According to USDA’s latest Crop Progress report, 73% of the corn crop and 86% of the soybean crop has been harvested.
Corn, Soybean Exports Continue at Strong Pace
The magnitude of exports and export sales so far this year has created expectations of larger forecasts in the Nov. 8 WASDE report.
How Big Can This Corn Crop Get?
USDA will finally have the chance to update its 2013 production estimates on Friday. How high will they come in? Jerry Gulke provides insight.
World Stocks Building Quickly
Large crops in North and South America will replenish both U.S. and world ending stocks of new-crop corn and soybeans.
The Allendale Wake-Up Call: Normal Fall Weather Halts Harvest