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Risk Management May 18
The weekly Buenos Aires Grain Exchange report pegs the crop at 36 MMT down 2 MMT vs. 38 previous and down 21.8 MMT vs. last year at 57.8 with the crop 71% harvested vs. 67% last week as wet weather took its toll after the worst drought in 100 years!
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Karen Braun May 17
USA exported 1.976 bln liters (522 mln gallons) of in Jan-Mar 2018, the largest-ever volume for a 3-month period. Lots of this owes to an increase in demand out of , who along with has been a steady buyer over the years.
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WXRISK.COM May 18
NOT GOOD FOR CANADA week 1 rains and week 2 anomalies
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WXRISK.COM May 18
** OVERSEAS GRAIN WX ALERT ** anyone noticing Manchuria in Northeast China? last 2+ weeks Bone dry there
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Risk Management May 18
Breaking News - NO DEAL ON ! Too many differences on labor, ag, energy & intellectual property. Postponed at least until end of 18, will weigh on CDN $, Mexican peso trades to new contract lows!
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Risk Management May 18
Breaking News - CHINA ends anti-dumping probe into U.S. sorghum imports, willing to buy $200 billion more of U.S. products a sign that they are willing to work with the U.S. on ag trade!
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Matthew Pot May 17
A look at Brazil's second crop production and the last 30-day's precipitation anomaly.
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Risk Management May 17
Weekly USDA U.S. grains export report (May 4th -10th) was in-line for corn vs. expectations; at the lower end of expec for soybeans, oil and wheat; soy meal was above expec; and cotton was strong
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Karen Braun May 16
2017/18 is on pace to be only the 4th year since 1996/97 that final U.S. ending stocks land higher than USDA's original prediction. Reuters polled 15 analysts for their final 17/18 targets and the lowest estimate was 490 mln bu.
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BAMWX May 17
5-17-18 Long-range: Sustained May warmth looks to continue...latest update on precipitation risks + June discussion. K.
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Bioenterprise Canada May 15
Check out this great infographic from highlighting the positive impacts of and in Ontario!
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John Tjornehoj May 16
IEA says OECD inventories are now 1 million bbls below the OPEC targeted 5-year average, first time since 2014 inventories are below. "The potential double supply shortfall (Venezuela + Iran) could present...sharp price rises," the IEA stated. Next OPEC meeting- June 22
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Matthew Pot May 14
The USDA reported that 62% of the U.S. crop was planted as of Sunday... .... twitter estimates that 50-55% of Ontario's corn has been planted as of Sunday evening.
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☀️Michael Clark🌽 May 15
The resiliency in the ridging continually coming back for more this early in the game is concerning to me. I think we could be getting a glimpse of our Summer pattern here and its only going to get hotter as time goes on. The GEFS comes in warmer/drier today.
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Karen Braun May 16
USDA predicts 2018/19 U.S. ending stocks at 1.682 bln bu. The recent track record suggests the final value will land somewhere in that vicinity. 2004-2013 was a tough run but ever since 2014, the initial prediction has been pretty solid.
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Kirk 🌽 Hinz | BAM Weather May 15
Certainly getting hard to ignore the latest drought trends starting to spread further northeast over the past month...to put this in comparison, in 2012 at this point in May we had 2.10" of rain in ...currently sitting at 0.42", just some food for thought
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Risk Management May 15
Informa projecting 2018 U.S. soybean plantings at 89.4 million acres up +0.42 vs. USDA at 89.4 & U.S. corn acres at 89 up +0.97 vs. USDA at 88. 2018 U.S. spring wheat comes in at 12.4 up +0.2 (except durum) vs. USDA at 12.6 while, cotton at 14 up +0.5 vs. USDA at 13.5.
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Risk Management May 15
Replying to @Agridome
So true but we should have a better idea in the USDA June crop report as USDA expected to update global supply and demand tables ex China
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☀️Michael Clark🌽 May 15
Using soil moisture analogs the June outlook continues to look hot and dry across most of the US.
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☀️Michael Clark🌽 May 15
Its a different story around a large chunk of the US this year VS last year when it comes to rainfall. Here is the current 60 day period VS 2017
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