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US Soybeans Futures - May 17 (ZSK7)

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21/04 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel
  • Prev. Close: 947.40
  • Open: 945.62
  • Day's Range: 944.88 - 952.62
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US Soybeans 950.88 +3.48 +0.37%

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Strong dollar impeding U.S. grain export growth By Investing.com - Dec 09, 2016

Investing.com - The strong dollar is "impeding" U.S. exports of wheat, corn, and soybeans. The USD/JPY closed up on Friday. The dollar gained against the Swiss Franc too. The EUR/USD and GBP/USD ...

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Grain futures - weekly outlook: July 13 - 17 By Investing.com - Jul 12, 2015 1

Investing.com - U.S. corn futures rallied to a 13-month high on Friday, after the U.S. Department of Agriculture lowered their outlook for near-term supplies of the grain and cut their estimate of ...

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Grain futures - weekly outlook: June 29 - July 3 By Investing.com - Jun 28, 2015

Investing.com - U.S. wheat futures soared almost 6% on Friday, amid speculation excessive rainfall in the U.S. Midwest will damage crops and delay the pace of the harvest.According to data from the ...

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U.S. wheat futures pull back from 2-week high By Investing.com - Jun 25, 2015

Investing.com - U.S. wheat futures moved further away from a two-week high on Thursday, but losses were limited amid growing concerns over crop conditions in the Midwest.On the Chicago Mercantile ...

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Orman Fixsen
Orman Fixsen Apr 19, 2017 1:36PM GMT
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Volatility
Terp Terp
Terp Apr 20, 2017 1:48PM GMT
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Just wait til the summer
Orman Fixsen
Orman Fixsen Apr 20, 2017 4:58PM GMT
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True
Christopher Ong
Christopher Ong Apr 18, 2017 8:18AM GMT
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hmmmmm... thoughts
Adam Albinski
Adam Albinski Apr 11, 2017 6:25PM GMT
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Looks like trend can change soon. Wasde was rather bullish in long term.
James Sawatzky
James Sawatzky Apr 12, 2017 10:47AM GMT
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What exactly was bullish about the wasde? Record high ending stocks in beans, corn, wheat....?
Terp Terp
Terp Apr 12, 2017 12:43PM GMT
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I'm with James on this. The wasde was supposed to be bearish and was
Mike Kim
Mike Kim Apr 12, 2017 12:43PM GMT
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What's bullish is that the numbers came inline with expectations. Seems like all the bearish news has been accounted for.
Terp Terp
Terp Apr 12, 2017 12:45PM GMT
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My guess is china buys up beans until SA production is secured.... just a guess
Mike Kim
Mike Kim Apr 12, 2017 1:43PM GMT
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Here's my take. When supply seems to have finally been accounted for in totality, it is now finite. At least in the eyes of the current market. We now have planting season, but weather during the growing season becomes the big variable. Due to Mother Nature's fickle personality, the risk is now to the upside. There is also political risk, much like the biofuel rumor from a few weeks ago, that may drive the bean markets up. This is the reason for my near term call to 960. We won't know if we're in a drought until we're in one. Conversely, we won't know about perfect growing conditions until we get there.
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