Turner’s Take Newsletter & Podcast | Trade War Causes Massive Ag Selling NEW PODCAST | We just released a new Turner’s Take webinar. I talk about how the escalating Trade War (of words) caused Soybeans to trade 66 cents lower today, which also lead corn down 17 cents and HRW wheat down 27 cents. Click… Read more.
Good morning friends The carnage continues at the CBOT after President Trump announced plans are in the works for a tariff plan to hit back at China with tariffs on a list of another 200 billion dollars of import tariffs. Every market on my screen with the exception of the dollar and copper (oddly) are… Read more.
Tom Dosdall dives into market analysis and commentary for grain futures after the June 2018 WASDE report.
NEW PODCAST | We just released a new Turner’s Take podcast. We go over our thoughts on the June 2018 WASDE and why we think corn has the best changes of a big rally IF we have a significant weather rally. Please click here to listen to the latest Turner’s Take podcast. JUNE WASDE | The USDA did… Read more.
Many commodity markets appear to be vulnerable to corrective action, despite the fact that the dollar is showing signs of weakening and providing support from an export perspective. Favorable weather, a historically strong start…
Global markets came through an eventful week last week with a mildly positive tone. US long-term yields continued to rise, with 10-year rates reaching their highest level in nearly seven years. While there were lukewarm readings on retail sales and housing starts, a one-year high was reached in the Philly Fed survey, as well as…
PODCAST | The USDA released their April WASDE yesterday and we dive right in during the podcast. We think the biggest takeaway was what the USDA had to say about 2018/19 new crop corn exports. The Ag Forum had 2019/19 corn exports at 1.9 billion bushels. I think we could see 2.1 to 2.2 billion in… Read more.
Good morning friends US row crop markets are higher across the board as I walk to work with 2 inches of snow on the ground here in Chicago, two weeks into the month of April. Corn and soybean prices have erased all of the selling that had taken place starting at 3 am on Wednesday… Read more.
With US scheduled data into the end of March/end of quarter coming in positive and the trade facing the March nonfarm payroll report at the end of this week, it is possible that US economic expectations will be improved and markets like Treasuries, equities, copper, silver, platinum and palladium will resume the trends in place from the end of February. However, physical commodities…
Following turbulent trading last Wednesday and Thursday, global markets were showing some signs of stability ahead of the weekend. While the announcement of US tariffs on Chinese goods have led to a flare-up of trade friction and dampened risk appetites, there is some potential for tensions to cool down, as businesses will have a chance to discuss many of the tariffs with the US government before they go into effect.