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Friday 3/24/23: Again, Again, ...China in overnight buying 204,000 mt more US corn.  The big news behind the sudden rally (up 35c) early this morning is that Russia is rumored to be halting wheat export sales and sunflower. They also said they may extend measures restricting fertilizer exports until November. This may end up being a bargaining ploy and fake news, so the continued headline risks for both the Grain corridor and War should be seen as selling opportunties.

France is on fire across the country over protests about the higher retirement age. The US and EU banking systems are in trouble and it is starting to feel like 2008 with five bank failures in less than a month and now Deutsche Bank crumbling. Also, the US just announced that they are investigating Credit Suisse & UBS for violating Russian Sanctions.  

This is a rally worth selling. -Randy


Update: 8:22 AM  - New headline broke from Reuters that Russia has no plans to halt wheat exports and commercial grain traders sold the rally hard. Wheats are now 25c off the recent highs and falling.


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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of March 28, 2023, 03:23:13 AM CDT or prior.
Cotton Futures Regain Some Ground on Monday -

After seeing their lowest prints since November on Friday, cotton futures rallied back with triple digit gains to start the new week. Prices were

Hogs Fade some for the Close -

Lean hog futures printed triple digit gains to start the week, but futures ended the day more than $1 off their session highs. April futures saw a

Cattle Close Near Session Highs -

Live cattle futures rallied into the new week of trading. The front month contracts ended the day near their session highs with $1.90 to $2.27

Wheat Futures Gain to Start the Week -

At the close on Friday, wheat futures were up 9 1/2 to 16 cents. MPLS HRS futures led the way with gains of as much as 1.9%. KC wheat futures were

Soybeans Rally to Start the Week -

After printing gains going into the weekend, the soybean market extended the bounce with double digit Monday follow through. At the close the front

Monday Gains in Corn Market -

The corn market continued its rally, with 5 1/4 to 9 1/2 cent gains on Monday. December futures led the way with a 1.7% gain and a close just 1/4

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