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Commentaar over de markt (Chicago) van: 19-mrt-2020

US wheat futures rose on Thursday on expectations of rising demand for pasta and other products that home-bound consumers were likely to eat as the world weathers the coronavirus pandemic. There also was talk of Chinese purchasers asking questions about possible deals for US wheat but there were no indications of any sales being finalized. Funds bought 14.000 contracts. Export sales of US wheat at 482.000 tonnes were within the expected range for 250.000 to 700.000 tonnes. Ukraine’s 2020 grain crop is likely to decrease 10,3 percent compared to 2019 to 67,4 million tonnes, Ukraine’s national research institute IAE said on Thursday. Three South Korean flour mills bought a total of approximately 136.000 tonnes of milling wheat to be sourced from the United States in an international tender.

CBOT corn futures jumped 3,1 percent on Thursday, snapping a streak of three straight losing sessions. There also was talk about Chinese buyers expressing interest in US corn but there were no signs of any deals being finalized. Funds bought 21.000 contracts. Export sales of US corn at 961.000 tonnes were in line with market forecasts that ranged from 0,65 to 1,35 million tonnes. South Korea bought 194.000 tonnes of corn, of which 134.000 tonnes via FLC and 60.000 tonnes through KFA.

Winnipeg May canola futures rose by $ 5,50 to $ 462,90 on Thursday for a third straight session, lifted by strength in soybeans and soyoil. Canola’s strength may be partly due to an uptick in export demand with prices weak.

CBOT soybean futures rose 2,2 percent on Thursday, their third straight day of gains, following a rally in the soymeal market. Hopes for a pick-up in export demand from China spurred the gains in soymeal although there were no concrete signs of any deals being made. A rally in the crude oil market helped support the soy complex. Funds bought 13.000 contracts of soybeans, 10.000 contracts of soymeal and 4.000 contracts of soyoil. Export sales of US soybeans at 701.000 tonnes were in line with trade estimates that ranged from 0,46 to 1,10 million tonnes. Sales of soymeal (129.000 tonnes) were below and sales of soyoil (21.000 tonnes) were in line with the expected ranges. Crude oil rose by $ 4,85 to $ 25,22.

Bron: Stigevo