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Dustin works with a wide net of large producers throughout the Midwest. His analytical market approach and objective hedge strategy development is specific to the needs of every individual.

EHedger Closing Grains Commentary 11/03/09

Nov 03, 2009
SETTLEMENTS 11/03
         
 
Dec 09 Corn
390     
+ 7 ¾ 
Nov 09 Beans
1006 ¾  
+ 9 ¼
Dec 09 Wheat
515 ¾    
- 1
Dec 09 KC Wheat
520  
unch
Dec 09 Min Wheat
529     
- 2
Dec 09 Meal
306.4
+ 3.7
Dec 09 Oil
37.53
+ 0.74
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




Corn and soybeans closed higher and wheat closed lower. The grains opened lower this morning after a sharp rally in the Dollar Index overnight. Corn and soybeans quickly found support however and moved higher. Heavy inflows of “new money” poured in to the grains all day. This helped corn prices rally up to $3.96 ½ and soybeans up to $10.18 on the day. Index funds reportedly bought 20,000 contracts of corn, 10,000 contracts of soybeans and 10,000 contracts of wheat in the final minutes of yesterday’s trade. There was also a lot of volume in corn and soybeans today and this was probably additional Index Fund buying. As long as this volume of buying continues, it will be hard for prices to break.   With harvest just starting to pick up again, there just isn’t enough selling to accommodate such heavy buying. I was hoping for a rally back to $3.85 in December futures and $10 in November futures this week and we have surpassed those levels today. I would use these levels to get caught up on sales. The daily moves continue to be very large and very volatile. Our markets continue to be caught between several external factors and several fundamental ones. It is very hard and frustrating trying to predict prices while this is taking place. As a producer, I would just continue to use these large rallies to make sales so you can avoid the temptation of making sales on the large breaks. Good luck with harvest and give us a call if you have any questions.

 
 
 
 
 
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