Pre-Report Analysis of June 28 Reports

June 27, 2013 09:33 AM
 
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AgWeb.com will have full coverage of the June 28 Acreage and Grain Stocks reports, following the 11 a.m. releases.

Below are a few pre-report news items to read before the numbers come out.

Corn Declines for a Sixth Day Ahead of June 28 USDA Reports
A sixth day of losses would be the longest losing streak for the December contract since Nov. 15. 

Have Small U.S. Soybean Supplies Finally Been Rationed?
With only about 10 weeks left in the marketing year, uncertainty about rationing persists.

Beans and Cotton Gain Acres, but Rationing Needed
Analysts expect USDA's projected planted acreage for corn and wheat to drop, as producers shifted rain-drenched acres into soybeans or didn’t get anything planted at all.

'Blockbuster' June 28 Report: What to Watch
Corn feed and hog intentions data in USDA's Grain Stocks report will be reviewed particularly closely, says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group.

Acreage Report May Not Have All the Answers
Given the late pace to planting, there is a strong potential for USDA to announce a re-survey for the latest affected states.

Potential Surprises in USDA's Stocks and Acreage Reports
The June 28 USDA reports will set the tone for corn and soybean prices. Here's what to expect. 

 

Blog Commentary

The Ted Spread: Markets Brace for the USDA Report as Wheat Makes New Lows

The Allendale Wake-Up Call: Tight Stocks Worry Traders

The Ted Spread: Soybeans Show Hints of Strength as Corn and Wheat Act Weak

 

Market Watch: Ready for Some Early Fireworks

 

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Anonymous
6/27/2013 11:42 AM
 

  If you think that the soybeans that I just planted last week will be harvested and available to the market in just 10 weeks I have a bridge to sell you too!

 
 
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