Date : 18th Apr 2019
In this issue, rising South American production totals exerted fresh pressure on crop prices. Natural gas prices are testing three-year lows. Condition ratings for the HRW and SRW crops have diverged lately. A U.S.-China trade deal seems imminent.Download
Date : 12th Apr 2019
In this issue, the crop markets were mixed to lower this week. The commodity sector may have broken out to the upside. China’s huge pork purchases confirm the seriousness of its ASF situation. The U.S. and China are trying to hammer out final trade agreement details.Download
Date : 05th Apr 2019
In this issue, the crop markets took back some of last week’s losses. The livestock markets staged impressive rebounds. India’s monsoon is projected to be relatively low for a third straight year. The U.S. and China continue edging toward a trade deal.Download
Date : 29th Mar 2019
In this issue, the crop markets sagged ahead of Friday’s USDA acreage and stocks reports. The livestock markets set back from recent highs. The quarterly USDA Hogs & Pigs Report indicated continued U.S. herd growth. Hopes for a quick resolution of U.S.-China trade talks faded.Download
Date : 27th Mar 2019
In this issue of Ag News Weekly, crop markets are spurred by a soggy spring in the western Corn Belt. NOAA says the U.S. may face historic flooding this spring. President Trump seems to be using public pronouncements as trade talk tactics.Download
Date : 15th Mar 2019
In this issue, rebounding corn futures supported wheat and soybean prices; copper and lumber futures suggest the construction industry is getting to work; the USDA is eliminating its August objective yield survey for corn and soybeans and the EPA released its proposals for allowing year-round sales of E-15 gasoline.Download
Date : 08th Mar 2019
In this issue, Chinese soybean buying limited spillover from corn and wheat losses. Concerns about the U.S. economy weighed upon the equity indices. Few expect big surprises on the March WASDE. A U.S.--China trade deal does not seem imminent.Download
Date : 01st Mar 2019
In this issue, winter wheat led the grain and soybean markets lower, and the dairy markets may have bottomed. The USDA Cattle Report showed cyclical herd expansion may be peaking. U.S.-China trade negotiations are still ongoing.Download
Date : 22nd Feb 2019
Renewed optimism about a U.S.-China trade deal boosted the crop markets. The energy product markets are pulling crude oil higher. African swine fever is becoming an increasing problem in Eurasia.
Date : 15th Feb 2019
The crop markets continue awaiting a U.S.-China trade deal while hog futures have built a bearish scenario into prices. Fed Chairman Powell recognized that many in rural areas are struggling.
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