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Arlan Suderman
Chief Commodities Economist for INTL FCStone. Tweets are my own and do not necessarily represent INTL FCStone's positions, strategies or opinions.
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INTL FCStone 3h
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Arlan Suderman 3h
Replying to @Grain_Cycles
That would be the normal expectation, but I've got to think that there will be a lot of pressure to speed things up, both financially and from a world food standpoint. How much faster is the question. It will take time.
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Arlan Suderman 4h
Estimated use to date for the marketing year for the production of is 2.104 billion bushels, down 69 million or 3.2% from the previous year's pace. Corn use to date falls short of the seasonal pace needed to hit USDA's target by 46 million bushels.
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Arlan Suderman 4h
Estimated use for production in the week ending January 24 totaled 101.0 million bushels, versus 103.0 million the previous week and versus 100.9 million in the same week last year.
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Arlan Suderman 5h
production slipped to 1,029K barrels per day in the week ending January 24, versus 1,049 the previous week and 1,012K the previous year.
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Arlan Suderman 5h
Bloomberg reports that U.S. scientists have created a vaccine for African Swine Fever that is 100% effective in early testing. It still needs to tested for safety and production ramped up once that's done, but an end may be in sight.
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Arlan Suderman 5h
stocks rose to 24.2 million barrels in the week ending January 24, or a 24-day supply. That compares to stocks at 24.0 million barrels the previous week and to 24.0 million barrels in the same week last year.
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Arlan Suderman 5h
This tells the story of decreased global demand due to African Swine Fever as well as anything.
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Meaghan Jan 28
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Arlan Suderman retweeted
Breaking News Global Jan 28
M 7.3 - 117km NW of Lucea, 2020-01-28 19:10:23 (UTC)19.315°N 78.814°W10.0 km depth
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Hoosier Ag Today Jan 28
“A black swan is rare, but they happen. And when they happen, they're painful for those who are either long the cash grain or in the futures market," said :
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Funds Society Jan 27
Reserve su lugar para la conferencia de INTL FCStone "Visión 20/20: perspectivas Sobre Mercados Globales"
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Arlan Suderman Jan 27
Replying to @JeremyGlauner6
I use a 10-year seasonal. Last year was very flat due to the trade war and very much of an aberration in seasonal patterns.
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Market to Market Jan 27
The acreage battle is at high tide as drought, snow and global forces are in play. And the MFP left cash in farmers' pockets and now playing hard to get is working in their favor. Our Market Plus with Arlan Suderman.
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Arlan Suderman Jan 27
Marketing year export shipments to date exceed the seasonal pace needed to hit USDA's target by 19 million bushels, versus exceeding it by 23 million the previous week.
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Arlan Suderman Jan 27
Marketing year export shipments to date fall short of the seasonal pace needed to hit USDA's target by 152 million bushels, versus being short by 138 million the previous week.
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Arlan Suderman Jan 27
Marketing year grain sorghum export shipments to date fall short of the seasonal pace needed to hit USDA's target by 3 million bushels, versus being short by 7 million the previous week.
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Arlan Suderman Jan 27
Marketing year export shipments to date fall short of the seasonal pace needed to hit USDA's target by 171 million bushels, versus being short by 169 million the previous week.
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Arlan Suderman Jan 27
The global death rate for the common influenza varies between 0.1% and 2.5%. The death rate for SARS was near 10%. The death rate for coronavirus is 2.8%.
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Market to Market Jan 27
Phase One is still leaving an impact on the commodity markets, especially and . More Arlan Suderman
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