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Risk Management is an agriculture commodity marketing service provider for North American grain & livestock farmers & agribusiness
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Risk Management Nov 16
2018/19 U.S. grain beginning stocks are starting to snowball higher the past 5 years! The best bull markets are led by demand & it will be the key to higher futures in 2018.
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Risk Management Nov 16
Informa now projecting 2018 acres to be up +0.96 million to 91.42, down -0.72 million to 89.63 & all down -0.25 to 45.63 & U.S. winter wheat at also down 0.25 to 31.92 million acres
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Karen Braun Nov 16
CPC: U.S. winter to be cold/wet in the north, warm/wet in Northeast, and warm/dry in the south. Unsurprising forecast - it's a classic signature.
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Karen Braun Nov 15
NOPA: U.S. crushed 164.242 mln bu of in Oct - the 5th highest ever for any month. stocks at 1.224 bln lbs, sharply below trade guess of 1.41.
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Kevin Van Trump Nov 15
Took a look at every November WASDE report over the last twenty years to find the Top 10 November Corn Ending Stocks. 2017/18 is projected to be the highest. The Van Trump Report:
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Karen Braun Nov 14
One-third of last year's imports were non-. Here are the major "other" players, who imported 1.88 bln bu of in 16/17. (USA exported 2.174 bln, for comparison)
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Risk Management Nov 14
USDA 13-Nov: Corn harvest 83% complete, up +13% wk/wk; Soybean harvest 93%, +3% wk/wk; Winter Wheat planted 95%, +4% wk/wk & Winter Wheat Condition 54% good-excellent, -1% wk/wk
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Farm Policy Nov 14
's imports propelled by growth in soybean meal consumption,
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Kevin Van Trump Nov 13
Will Russian production and exports continue to rise? The Van Trump Report:
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Karen Braun Nov 13
Here's what those favorable trade winds did last week for . New Nino 3.4 weekly anomaly is -1.1 C, cooler than any reading from last year.
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Monsanto Canada Nov 11
Give thanks & remember those who died in war so we could live in peace
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Arlan Suderman Nov 10
Soybean planting advancing rapidly now with better weather conditions in Mato Grosso.
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WXRISK.COM Nov 10
BOOM !!! just well BOOM... "Here comes Chucky Timms ... get your drinking boots on ! --- (Gaelic Storm)
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Risk Management Nov 9
2017 USDA Nov. crop report bearish corn, bullish wheat & neutral soybeans, but a 175.4 new record high corn yield is weighing on the entire grain complex
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Risk Management Nov 9
CONAB Nov.- Brazil '17 soy output up to 106.4-108.6 MMT from prior 106–108.2; lowered '17 corn output to 91.6–93.1 vs. prior 92.2–3.6; 1st season corn output 24.5–25.9, off -7.5% vs. 16/17. CONAB also reduced to a 5-year low its wheat forecast, to 4.57 MMT, by 0.313 MMT vs. prior
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riskmanager_reportEU Nov 9
According to to remove VAT on imported . Finally some good news for EU and US producers . + our own data and analysis in chart . and should benefit from any additional China demand for non-corn FI's
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NOAA Nov 9
JUST IN: has arrived, just as we thought -- Find out what this could mean for you this
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Kevin Van Trump Nov 9
I think this map tells an interesting story. 2017 yields by state. The Van Trump Report:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Nov 8
October 2017 was much wetter than average for 11 states and much drier than average for 3:
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INTL FCStone Nov 8
Today's charts show historical and yield changes from the October to November S&D reports, followed by changes from that November report to the "final" yield figures. More on MI:
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