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Grains surged again on Thursday led by wheat while we continue to watch Russia/Ukraine. We also saw weekly export sales that were good for new crop but not on old. Mark Lucas of StoneX joins us to discuss.
Wheat is up sharply again as we continue to see volatility and fear in the markets. Arlan Suderman of StoneX joins us to discuss the latest in the grain and livestock markets on this Monday.
More volatility and fear in the markets on Monday, especially wheat. We see a lot of commercials rolling cash bids to deferred contracts right now and just a lot of wild things happening in the grain markets. Crude continues to surge and cattle had a strong day. John Heinberg of Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss all this and more on today's show. Learn more at www.totalfarmmarketing.com.
Wheat markets are moving lower while crude oil is surging as the US has banned imports of Russian crude, natural gas and coal. Soybeans are moving higher on the day as we await USDA's March WASDE tomorrow. Ryan Moe with StoneX joins us to discuss.
Plenty of volatility again in the market trade on Tuesday as wheat had a huge range on the day. The soy complex was strong and corn finished mixed as we saw the US ban imports of Russian oil, natural gas and coal. We discuss everything in the trade with Jim McCormick of AgMarket.net on the show today.
After the release of the March WASDE report from USDA, markets didn't react much and we had a mostly lower day in grains and livestock. Wheat remained volatile amid everything going on with Russia and Ukraine. We take a look at the numbers and what is going on in the trade today with Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics. Learn more at https://www.globalcommresearch.com.
On today's show live from Commodity Classic in New Orleans, we talk markets and volatility with Bryan Doherty of Total Farm Marketing. Then, bonus audio coverage, as we talk with Jim McCormick of AgMarket.net and Arlan Suderman of StoneX about Thursday market action. A jam packed show for day one of Commodity Classic!
We are at Commodity Classic in New Orleans again today and as we wrap the week we saw more volatility again in the markets. Ted Seifried of Zaner sits down with us to discuss and try to make sense of the markets. Learn more at www.zaner.com.
Soybeans and meal have been our leader on Monday as we also see a volatile wheat market once again. Corn is down moderately. Plenty of rumors in the market that are fueling the moves each way. Cattle are also trading sharply higher today. We discuss it all with Arlan Suderman of StoneX in our Midday Commentary.
Another volatile day in the grain trade today as wheat traded a big range. March expiration also might have played a role in a generally down day in the grains. Cattle had a very strong day to start the week though. We discuss it all and more with John Heinberg of Total Farm Marketing. Learn more at www.totalfarmmarketing.com!
Wheat is the upside leader again today with crude oil backing off. Soybeans are lower and corn is caught between the two. Arlan Suderman of StoneX joins us to discuss.
We saw the wheat market lead the grains on Tuesday while soybeans were lower (although off the lows) and corn was caught in the middle. Cattle had another solid day and crude oil continues to move lower. We discuss trends, technicals and more with Brian Splitt from AgMarket.net on today's show.
Wheat is sharply lower on Wednesday, pulling corn and soybeans along with it to the downside. All of this in the face of Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting wrapping up. We discuss the market trade with Arlan Suderman of StoneX.
More volatility seen in the grains on Thursday as we recovered from Wednesday to trade higher. Double digit strength in corn, soybeans and wheat on the day as funds were big buyers. Livestock were mostly lower with the higher feed prices. Bryan Doherty of Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss. Learn more at www.totalfarmmarketing.com.
Also, bonus audio coverage as I talked in depth with Arlan Suderman this morning as I guest hos...
Another volatile day in the markets as we head to the weekend. Wheat and soybean oil are leading grains lower as we consolodate in the stock and energy markets. Livestock are firm. Arlan Suderman of StoneX joins us to discuss.
On today's show, Jesse Allen has a recap of Friday's mostly lower grain and livestock trade. Then, we get a weather update heading to the weekend and an outlook for spring planting with Eric Snodgrass of Nutrien. Sign up for his daily newsletter here: CLICK HERE
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