PODCAST: Here is the link to our latest Inside Commodity Futures podcast that John Payne and I just recorded. We take an in-depth look at the corn, soybean, wheat, and grain spread markets. Click here for Inside Commodity Futures TWITTER | Follow me on twitter @Turners_Take for intraday grain market observations https://twitter.com/turners_take WHEAT | The… Read more.
Podcast | John Payne and I put out a new Inside Commodity Futures podcast today. Take a listen to our thoughts on Monday’s crop progress/planting report, grain futures spreads, the upcoming WASDE on Friday, and much more. Click here for INSIDE COMMODITY FUTURES TWITTER | I’ve been a lot more active on twitter lately and… Read more.
PODCAST | John Payne and I recorded a new Inside Commodity Futures podcast today. Take a listen to hear our thoughts on soybeans, meal, corn and wheat. Next week we will review expectations for the WASDE and what to look for INSIDE COMMODITY FUTURES | July Soybeans Trade $11.00 TWITTER | I have been more… Read more.
Meal continues to lead the market higher. This whole Soybean and Soybean Meal story over the past two months has its roots in the production issues in South America. Both Brazil and Argentina have had production cuts due to poor weather. That loss in production in South America leads to more demand in the US.… Read more.
In looking ahead to the coming week, we expect additional commodity pressure going into the FOMC meeting off of a stronger dollar in anticipation of an interest rate hike.
The markets have seemingly become comfortable with a “one and done” rate hike from the Fed in December or sometime in early 2016.
Risk sentiment received a shot in the arm last week after the latest FOMC meeting tamped down concerns over global growth and used more decisive language in favor of a December interest rate hike.
An impressive stock market rally has continued in the face of mixed US economic data, China continues to show signs of weakness, and the Euro zone isn’t sure if it needs more central bank assistance.
The impressive stock market rally so far in October highlights the ability of the marketplace to put an optimistic face on the global situation.
March soybeans traded down as much as 7 1/4 cents in an actively traded overnight (lo 10.1650) but a recovery in outside forces and continued strong gains in wheat due to Russia export restrictions was enough to support a strong bounce.