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09:00AM Sep 20, 2019

Just protecting jobs

Dan Hueber
AgWeb Contributor
Better than anticipated export sales helped breathe a little oxygen in the lungs of the corn and bean markets that were beginning to gasp for air yesterday. Barring some type ...
06:35AM Sep 19, 2019

Trying to thread the needle

Dan Hueber
AgWeb Contributor
While I thought news was difficult to come by yesterday morning, little did I realize that was just a primer for this morning. Yes, export sales will be released in ...
09:12AM Sep 18, 2019

Repos are not always bad

Dan Hueber
AgWeb Contributor
With no additional attacks, or counter attacks occurring in Saudi Arabia, the crude oil market took a big sigh of relief yesterday and returned about 50% of the gains it ...
09:09AM Sep 17, 2019

Yikes! Rating did not drop!

Dan Hueber
AgWeb Contributor
If you are a reader of this letter on a regular basis, you already know that I find it nonsensical that some in the trade appear to be hyper-focused on ...
09:26AM Sep 16, 2019

Singles can keep the game interesting

Dan Hueber
AgWeb Contributor
It would seem that there is really just one story of note as we begin this new week, and that is of the drone strike on the major Saudi oil ...
09:04AM Sep 16, 2019

How I Roll Contracts Forward To Pick Up Market Carry Premium

Jon Scheve
AgWeb Contributor
Missed a recent article by Jon Scheve? Get it sent to you directly every week. Send a request by email: [email protected] Market Commentary for 9/13/19 Corn Ear Counts This week ...
09:47AM Sep 13, 2019

Has the reign of Bear-Terror come to a close?

Dan Hueber
AgWeb Contributor
Now admittedly, the pump had been primed just a bit with stories of possible Chinese soybean business (sale of 204,000MT reported this morning), and concerns of dry weather in Brazil ...