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Commentaar over de markt (Chicago) van: 25-jun-2020

CBOT wheat futures ended mostly higher on Thursday as short-covering supported nearby contracts, although the market remained anchored by an accelerating winter crop harvest and a firmer US dollar. Ample global wheat supplies and a firming dollar hung over the wheat market. Funds bought 2.500 contracts. Weekly export sales of US wheat at 519.000 tonnes were toward the high end of trade expectations for 250.000 to 650.000 tonnes. Ukraine’s grain harvest is likely to fall to 72,4 million tonnes in 2020 from a record 75,1 million in 2019 due to poor weather, a state weather forecaster said on Thursday. The International Grains Council (IGC) increased its global wheat crop forecast by 2 million to 768 million tonnes, up from the prior season’s 762 million.

CBOT corn futures fell for a fourth straight session on Thursday and hit a six-week low as favorable US Midwest weather boosted harvest prospects. Funds sold 25.000 contracts. Weekly export sales of US corn were, with 539.000 tonnes, near the low end of trade expectations for 0,4 to 1,1 million tonnes. This year’s South Africa’s corn harvest is estimated at 15,51 million tonnes, compared with 11,28 million tonnes in 2019. The IGC put 2020/21 world corn production at 1.172 million tonnes, up from its previous projection of 1.169 million.

Winnipeg November canola futures declined by $ 2,40 to $ 469,10 on Thursday for the fourth straight day, pressured by mostly favorable crop conditions on the Canadian Prairies and technical selling. Technical selling has held sway in the absence of bullish factors.

CBOT soybean futures declined for a fourth consecutive day on Thursday as a wetter US Midwest weather forecast bolstered crop production prospects. Funds sold 3.000 contracts of soybeans, 2.000 contracts of soymeal and 2.000 contracts of soyoil. Weekly export sales of US soybeans at 1,16 million tonnes were in line with trade estimates for 0,8 to 1,9 million tonnes. Sales of soymeal (82.000 tonnes) were below a range of trade expectations and sales of soyoil (21.000 tonnes) were in line with trade expectations. The IGC projected world soybean production in 2020/21 at 364 million tonnes, slightly up from a previous projection of 363 million, driven by a small upward revision for Brazil. Crude oil rose by 71 cents to $ 38,72.

Bron: Stigevo