Inputs Monitor Regional Market Report -- 2/11/2013

February 11, 2013 04:20 AM
 

 NASS Map edited cropped (3)

Gainers outpaced decliners during the report week by a good two-to-one -- gainers added 9.45 to 4.42 in declines. Inputs Monitor Regional Index Composite 0.503 points higher week-over -- a 0.10% gain to 459.521. All nutrient prices increased with the exception of MAP .

Anhydrous $0.42 higher to $879.58; UAN28 adds $2.91 to $380.16; UAN32 climbs $1.88 higher to $424.25; Urea increases $0.50 to $564.25.

DAP moves $2.50 higher to $641.33; MAP registers the only decline this week, shedding $4.42 to $656.08 -- a 0.66% increase.

Potash climbs $0.67 week-over to $585.08.

Farm diesel $0.025 higher to $3.45; LP gains $0.042 to $1.484.

 
Previous week
Current week
Change
Anhydrous
879.16
879.58
+0.42
DAP
638.83
641.33
+2.50
MAP
660.50
656.08
-4.42
Potash
584.41
585.08
+0.67
UAN28
377.25
380.16
+2.91
UAN32
422.37
424.25
+1.88
Urea
563.75
564.25
+0.50
Farm Diesel
3.432
3.457
+0.025
LP
1.442
1.484
+0.042
Composite
459.018
459.521
+0.503

 

*A secondary analysis follows. These figures exclude statistical highs and lows...

With high/low figures excluded (HLEx), Inputs Monitor Regional Index Composite 0.261 higher week-over to 458.567 -- a 0.056% increase. Gainers added $6.61 to decliners $4.00.

Anhydrous adds $1.00 even to $879.60; UAN28 gains $2.50 to $381.10; UAN32 $0.80 higher to $420.40; Urea up $1.40 -- 0.24% higher to $563.70.

DAP $0.70 lower to $636.30 -- a 0.10% decline; MAP moves $3.30 lower to $656.40.

Potash higher by $0.60 to $584.70 -- a 0.10% increase.

Farm diesel climbs $0.019 to $3.449 per gallon; LP adds $0.028 to $1.456.

Differential between the two analyses (standard figures v. HLEx) stands at 0.954 -- a 0.20% margin with the Standard analysis on top at 459.521.

 


 

 

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