Grain markets hit resistance and sell off at close | Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Grain markets hit resistance and unload till shut: 2:30 p.m.

Grain markets opened greater, hit resistance and had been bought on the shut. Prolonged forecasts now look just a little wetter, and merchants are sitting on the sidelines forward of the USDA’s month-to-month crop manufacturing report due out on Friday.

The buying and selling vary for September was 9¢. The market closed up 6¢ at $6.21, which was 10¢ off the excessive.

Soybean buying and selling vary for November was 32¢. The November contract closed down 1¢ at $14.28 and was 27¢ off the excessive.

For September CBOT wheat, the buying and selling vary was 28¢. The Chicago market closed up 18¢. Minneapolis was up 13¢ and KC closed 21¢ on the day.

I discussed within the midday replace that December corn had resistance at $6.24. It traded above that resistance however closed under it at 6¢. For November, soybean resistance was at $14.50, with costs buying and selling 5¢ above that key stage however closing 22¢ decrease.

Within the US, shares are markedly greater with the Dow up 437 factors right now.

In cattle markets on Wednesday, October hogs closed at $1.25. October cattle closed up $1.30 and November feeder cattle closed up $2.50.

Grain markets add to early positive aspects at midday: 11:45 am

Grain markets opened greater and have added to early positive aspects as extra fund shopping for is available in and the greenback strikes decrease.

September corn was up 13¢ whereas December corn was up 9¢. August soybeans are buying and selling 28¢ greater and November soybeans are up 16¢. Wheat futures are 12¢ to twenty¢ greater.

On the Dalian Commodity Trade in China, corn and soybean futures are combined. On the Matif alternate in Europe, wheat futures are 1¢ a bushel greater at $11.21.

On my charts, listed here are a number of the key resistance ranges that I’m watching in closing at present: December Corn $6.24 and November Soybeans $14.50. Exceeding these ranges till at present’s shut will deliver extra fund purchases.

Worldwide within the inventory market, China is down 0.5%. Japan is down 0.6%. European shares rise 0.2%. Within the US, shares are markedly greater with the Dow above 470 factors right now.

On the cattle markets on Wednesday. October hogs are up 70¢. October cattle are up $1.20 and November feeder cattle are buying and selling 50¢ greater.

Climate Considerations, Inflation Information Drive Market | 8:45 a.m.

Cereal markets are greater at present on climate considerations and US CPI information displaying inflation at 8.5%, down from 9.1% final month. Extra importantly, core inflation was 0.3% versus 0.7% final month, which has been optimistic for inventory and grain markets, with the US greenback down greater than 1%.

September corn was up 10¢ whereas December corn was up 8¢. August soybeans are buying and selling 28¢ greater and November soybeans are up 16¢. Wheat futures are 12¢ to 16¢ greater.

On the Dalian Commodity Trade in China, corn and soybean futures are combined. On the Matif alternate in Europe, wheat futures are 1¢ a bushel greater at $11.21.

On daily basis I’m extra involved concerning the yield potential of crops within the Western Corn Belt and Southern Plains. We get the USDA weekly export gross sales report tomorrow, and it has been a busy week with China shopping for soybeans and Europe shopping for corn.

On the cattle markets on Wednesday. Futures are greater together with large positive aspects within the inventory market with the Dow now over 500 factors

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Concerning the Writer: Al Kluis has been a commodity advisor and dealer since 1976. Kluis is an Introducing Dealer for Wedbush Futures and writes a column, Your Revenue, which seems in each difficulty of Success Farming journal. Kluis has revealed two books on commodity buying and selling and is usually quoted in main publications, together with the Wall Road Journal. He’s additionally a featured speaker at commodity conferences throughout the nation. Kluis is a frequent market analyst for the Linder Farm Radio Information Community. A farmer from Minnesota, Kluis earned his diploma in agricultural economics from the College of Minnesota in 1974, after which he was government director of the Minnesota Soybean Affiliation earlier than coming into the markets full time. His household nonetheless farms in southwestern Minnesota, and Kluis enjoys serving to with the sector work when markets permit.

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