Pre-Report Analysis of Aug. 10 Reports

August 9, 2012 01:11 PM
Pre-Report Analysis of Aug. 10 Reports will have full coverage of the Aug. 10 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports, following the 7:30 a.m. releases.

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


Are USDA's Numbers Credible?
As the market waits for the Aug. 10 reports, one trader speculates on the credibility of USDA's estimates.

Unpriced Corn? Take the Driver’s Seat
Market expert Bob Utterback tells you what you need to know heading into tomorrow’s report.


Gearing Up for the Aug. 10 Reports
Brian Basting of Advance Trading offers his perspective on how the markets will react to the Aug. 10 USDA reports.

Be Prepared for a Market Rally Aug. 10
Consider extending your hedge coverage or protection of their insurance payment leading up to next Friday’s report.

Anticipating the Size of the 2012 Corn, Soybean Crops
USDA's August forecast will provide a benchmark for the size of the 2012 corn and soybean crops.

Terrifying Corn Supply/Demand Situation Unfolding
The 2012 drought is causing severe repercussions throughout the crop, livestock and energy industries. Jerry Gulke explains dire the situation.

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