Below is AgWeb's full coverage of the Feb. 10, 2015, reports, which include USDA's Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE).
News and Analysis
While today’s USDA report was no blockbuster, market-moving release, Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group in Chicago, still found plenty of numbers to like. Read more.
The USDA's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) released Tuesday held virtually no surprises, just a few interesting tidbits, according to market watchers. Read more.
The United States Department of Agriculture released its February World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate, with the 2015 all-milk price range reduced to $17.40 to $18.10. That’s a 35¢ to 45¢/cwt drop from January. Read more.
The world will have even more wheat than expected, increasing a grain glut that’s kept a lid on global food inflation. Read more.
Get full analysis of the Feb. 10 reports on Market Rally with Chip Flory.
Listen in on what's moving the markets with Farm Journal Market Radio.
See how the reports are affecting commodity prices. Visit the Commodity Markets Center on AgWeb.
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World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates