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@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Last Change Open High Low Close Time More
May 21 596'6 4'6 593'0 597'2 592'6 592'0 11:42P Chart for @C1K Options for @C1K
Jul 21 584'4 4'0 581'0 585'2 580'6 580'4 11:42P Chart for @C1N Options for @C1N
Dec 21 523'2 3'0 519'4 523'6 519'2 520'2 11:41P Chart for @C1Z Options for @C1Z
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
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May 21 1463'2 13'4 1450'4 1464'6 1450'0 1449'6 11:43P Chart for @S1K Options for @S1K
Jul 21 1449'2 12'6 1435'6 1451'0 1435'6 1436'4 11:43P Chart for @S1N Options for @S1N
Nov 21 1289'0 5'0 1282'0 1290'0 1280'4 1284'0 11:43P Chart for @S1X Options for @S1X
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
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May 21 654'2 2'0 651'4 655'0 650'2 652'2 11:41P Chart for @W1K Options for @W1K
Jul 21 655'4 1'6 653'0 656'6 651'2 653'6 11:41P Chart for @W1N Options for @W1N
@YM - E-MINI DOW JONES $5 - CBOT
Month Last Change Open High Low Close Time More
Jun 21 34034.00 76.00 33996.00 34066.00 33986.00 33958.00 11:43P Chart for @YM1M Options for @YM1M
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Closing Market Comments

4-19-20

Corn

Corn futures ended the session slightly higher today. Global weather was seen as supportive with dry conditions expected in Brazil, the northern U.S. Plains, and Canadian Prairies. In addition, forecasts for colder than normal temperatures across the Midwest early this week offered underlying support. CZ21 was able to notch a new high today at $5.21 ¾. The spotlight remains on the Brazilian safrinha corn crop with concerns focused mainly on the states of Parana, Mato Grosso do Sul, Goias, and Sao Paulo as those states combined are expected to produce approximately 45% of Brazil's 2nd corn crop. A lack of rain in recent weeks in south-central Brazil has reportedly reduced soil moisture to less than 40% of capacity and only light rain is expected this week followed by a drier pattern the next 2 weeks. Corn planting continues to take place in some areas across the Midwest. Weather maps indicate the Midwest will see a rain/snow mix early week followed by warmer temperatures this weekend. NASS will release updated progress numbers this afternoon. The expectation is to see approximately 9% of the U.S. corn crop planted. A week ago, U.S. corn planting progress was estimated at 4% complete. Weekly U.S. export inspections were released this morning. Corn inspections totaled 60.0 mln. bu. and exceeded the weekly “needed” total the balance of the marketing year to reach USDA’s annual export projection. Activity included 560,000 tonnes shipped to China, leaving their official unshipped purchases on the books at roughly 13.1 MMT. Given “unknown” sales, this total could be closer to 14.5 MMT. Cumulative corn export inspections total 1.545 bln. bu.

Soybeans

Soybeans were also higher today as tight old crop and new crop balance sheet projections coupled with firm old crop domestic basis offered support. SX21 futures notched a new contract high at $12.87 ¾. Nearby crush margins remain firmly in the green and cash supplies are tightening. Record exports have resulted in depleted stocks in the east while drought-stricken areas in the west are seeing dwindling supplies. Bean harvest in Brazil is nearing completion, estimated at 91% complete. Harvest in Mato Grosso is estimated to be 100% done. This has resulted in firming Brazilian offers, but values still remain below the U.S. Weekly U.S. soybean export inspections totaled 6.8 mln. bu., falling within trade estimates. This morning’s number did, however, mark a new marketing year low and came in below the average "needed" pace per week the balance of the marketing year to meet USDA’s export projection. This week's activity included just 9,000 tonnes to China and leaves roughly 800,000 tonnes in old crop purchases still on the books. Considering sales to “unknown,” that total could be closer to 1.5 MMT. Cumulative bean export inspections stand at 2.021 bln. bu. Soybean planting has been noted in some areas across the Midwest the last few weeks. NASS will release updated progress numbers this afternoon. The expectation is to see approximately 3% of the U.S. soybean crop planted.


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