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Commentaar over de markt (Chicago) van: 09-jun-2021

US wheat futures were mixed on Wednesday, with CBOT soft red winter wheat and MGEX spring wheat contracts falling, while KC hard red winter wheat firmed. MGEX spring wheat faced pressure after some much-needed rain arrived in the northern US Plains. Analysts were expecting the USDA’s (WASDE) report to peg the US wheat harvest at 1.892 million bushels, 20 million bushels above its May estimate. Funds sold 3.000 contracts. Export sales of US wheat are estimated between 200.000 and 450.000 tonnes. Algeria’s state grains agency OAIC bought about 480.000 tonnes of optional-origin milling wheat in an international tender that closed on Tuesday.

CBOT corn futures rose on Wednesday, supported by a forecast for more hot and dry weather across key growing areas of the US Midwest. New-crop corn futures had traded lower for much of the session but turned higher after the midday weather outlook sparked fresh buying. Traders were staking out positions ahead of the USDA’s monthly supply and demand report on Thursday. Traders were expecting the government to trim its old-crop and new-crop ending stocks forecasts for corn. Funds bought 9.500 contracts. Export sales of US corn are estimated within the range 0,3-1,1 million tonnes. In week ending June 4 the US ethanol production rose 3,2 percent versus the previous week.

Winnipeg November canola futures fell by $ 11,00 to $ 763,20 on Wednesday, at times leading a selloff of oilseeds due to favorable rains on the Canadian Prairies. Soils on the Prairies have been dry, raising concerns about stunted crop development in the world’s top canola grower. In the Canadian province of Manitoba, crops are showing patchy emergence and some canola has been re-seeded, the provincial government said.

CBOT soybean futures fell on Wednesday, led by weakness in the cash market. Weakness in global vegetable oil markets added pressure to the soy complex. Analysts were expecting the USDA to slightly increase its old-crop and new-crop forecasts for soybean ending stocks in a monthly report on Thursday. Funds sold 11.000 contracts of soybeans, 3.000 contracts of soymeal and 3.500 contracts of soyoil. Export sales of the US soy complex are estimated as follows: soybeans (0-600.000 tonnes), soymeal (100.000-350.000 tonnes) and soyoil (-10.000-16.000 tonnes). Crude oil fell by 9 cents to $ 69,96.

Bron: Stigevo