UAN32 led advances in the week ended 10/05/2012 - $21.20 higher to $446.00, erasing the previous week's $12.53 decline. Anhydrous up $12.58 to $850.75; UAN28 climbed $2.92 week-over-week to $379.00.
Urea fell another $2.50, leading declines week-over to end at $594.50; Potash also lower by $0.84 to $600.83.
DAP $5.04 higher to $639.08; MAP also higher -- up $4.42 to $660.17.
Farm diesel down slightly, shedding $.003 to $3.687 and LP $0.006 higher to $1.354.
A secondary analysis follows. These figures exclude statistical highs and lows.
With high/low figures excluded, Anhydrous tops gainers, up $17.08 week-over to $850.89. DAP $6.20 higher to $638.40; MAP $3.45 higher to $659.00.
UAN32 led decliners, lower $3.38 to $416.88; UAN28 $3.50 higher to $378.00.
Urea higher by $4.78 to $592.00. Potash fifty cents lower to $600.50.
Farm diesel slightly lower, steady at $3.68, falling $0.0016 on the week; LP slightly higher, up $0.0007 to remain at $1.34.
Differential between the two analyses (standard figures v. hi-lo excluded) stands at 1.3029 in favor of the standard analysis.
Outliers of Note:
Michigan UAN32 led outliers to the high side -- regional statewide average for UAN32 in Michigan at $639.00,coming in $193.00 over regional average. Missouri LP high again at $1.58 -- twenty-two cents over regional average prices. South Dakota Farm Diesel twenty-one cents over the region at $3.90/gallon.
On the low side, Iowa Anhydrous supports the regional index at $805.00 -- that's $45.75 below the regional average. Missouri diesel soft again this week at $3.51 -- seventeen cents below regional, and Nebraska edges out the Dakotas week-over-week for the lowest LP pricing in the region at $1.19, sixteen cents below region.
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