The CME hog market volatility continues. For what feels like the 10th week in a row, front month hogs saw limit moves in both directions. We suffered through an ugly draw down mid week only to see the board close near highs. You just can’t be in position to let this market shake you out,… Read more.
Trade talks with China, NAFTA replacement, and production data determine how to trade April and June 2019 Hogs this week. Read full details from the Swine Times.
Below is a sample of Thursday morning’s This Week in Grain newsletter. Click here to sign up for our free daily grain report email. Hello grain traders, I expect markets to stay right here for most of the day after the early selloff, probably retracing a bit to the upside in wheat ahead of tomorrow’s… Read more.
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Dec Corn- 329’2 (unch) Nov Soybeans- 950’6 (+5’2) Dec Chicago Wheat- 399’4 (-3’6) Dec KC Wheat- 417’2 (-4) Dec Cotton- 67.58 (-.90) Hello friends! Slow day in the grain markets marked by middle of the road volume as folks position ahead of the stocks numbers tomorrow. Just a reminder this is a report on how… Read more.
Daniels Trading Senior Market Analyst John Payne was quoted in the March 4, 2016 Wall Street Journal article titled “Gold Settles At 13-Month High” by Ira Iosebashvili and Mike Cherney.
Daniels Trading Senior Market Analyst John Payne was quoted in the February 23, 2016 Dow Jones article titled “U.S. Grains, Soybeans Slide on Demand Woes — Update.”
Senior Market Analyst John Payne discusses the grain markets post November WASDE.
The USDA surprised the ag markets with bullish corn numbers while keeping hopes high for big yields in soybeans.
The amount of trading time available might be less than in other weeks, but the importance of the next 4 days, and really to be honest the next three weeks into the US harvest and end of fiscal year hold tremendous value to where the trade could be by the end of the calendar year.