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Commentaar over de markt (Chicago) van: 13-jan-2020

Wheat futures fell on Monday on technical selling and profit-taking after the benchmark March contract hit a six- month high on Friday. Rising global cash wheat prices lent underlying support. The market is still digesting the USDA’s estimate for US winter wheat seedings for the harvest in 2020 of 30,8 million acres, roughly in line with trade expectations but still the fewest since 1909. Funds sold 3.000 contracts. Weekly export inspections of US wheat at 474.000 tonnes were in line with trade expectations for 300.000 to 500.000 tonnes. During July/November of the current season the UK exported 742.000 tonnes and imported 436.000 tonnes of wheat (incl. durum), compared with 134.000 tonnes and 1,04 million tonnes in the same period of 2018/19, respectively. Ukraine’s 2019 grain harvest is estimated at around 75 million tonnes, versus 70 million tonnes in 2018.

Corn futures ended higher on Monday on technical buying and short-covering ahead of a US-China trade agreement due to be signed this week. US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Sunday reiterated Washington’s position that China committed to increase purchases of US agricultural products from $ 40 billion to $ 50 billion annually. But a lack of detail on the accord has made some traders cautious. Funds bought 12.000 contracts. Weekly export inspections of US corn at 460.000 tonnes were at the low end of the expected range for 450.000 to 650.000 tonnes. South Korea bought 137.000 tonnes of optional corn for 2019/20 delivery.

Winnipeg March canola futures fell by $ 1,10 to $ 482,90 after four straight days of gains. Traders said commercial hedging pressured prices after farmers booked some cash market sales. Crusher demand remained strong but weakness in the export program weighed on the market.

The soybean market settled lower on Monday, pressured by technical selling ahead of this week’s signing of a US- China “Phase 1” trade deal and beneficial rains in crop areas of Brazil. Weekend showers brought more rain than expected to Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul state, easing crop stress, the Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients. Funds sold 3.500 contracts of soybeans and 3.000 contracts of soyoil, but bought 2.000 contracts of soymeal. Weekly export inspections of US soybeans were, with 1,14 million tonnes, bigger than expected. Trade estimates were for 0,5 to 1,1 million tonnes. Crude oil fell by 96 cents to $ 58,08.

Bron: Stigevo