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Commentaar over de markt (Chicago) van: 03-jul-2024

CBOT wheat futures closed weaker on Wednesday on hopes that top-supplier Russia will produce a bigger crop than previously expected. Funds sold 2.000 contracts. Export sales of US wheat are estimated between 350.000 and 700.000 tonnes. Russian agricultural consultancy Sovecon said it had raised its 2024 wheat crop forecast to 84,1 million tonnes from 80,7 million tonnes previously.

CBOT corn futures eased on Wednesday, with the most-active contract staying near a four-year low under pressure from plentiful global supplies. Weather looks generally favorable for US corn crops, analysts said. Rains over the next week will lead to notable improvements in corn and soy conditions in parts of the Midwest, central Plains and Delta region, according to forecaster Maxar. Funds sold 2.000 contracts. In week ending June 28 the US ethanol production rose by 2 percent versus the previous week. Export sales of US corn are estimated within the range 0,5 to 0,9 million tonnes.

ICE canola futures rose for a fifth straight session and closed near a one-month high on Wednesday as vegetable oils markets gathered strength, according to analysts. Most-active November canola gained $ 1,60 to settle at $ 652,70 per tonne.

CBOT soybean futures finished higher on Wednesday on short-covering, brokers said, as the market recovered after falling near four-year lows this week. Soybeans were technically oversold after the most-active contract on Monday reached its lowest level since 2020, brokers said. Short-covering also boosted soyoil futures, and buying spilled over into soybeans, a broker said. Funds bought 4.500 contracts of soybeans, 3.000 contracts of soymeal and 6.500 contracts of soyoil. Export sales of the US soy complex are estimated as follows: soybeans (200.000-600.000 tonnes), soymeal (100.000-500.000 tonnes) and soyoil (-5.000-15.000 tonnes). US exporters sold 110.100 tonnes of soybeans to unknown destinations, of which 55.100 tonnes for delivery in 2023/24 and 55.000 tonnes for 2024/25 delivery. Crude oil rose by $ 1,07 to $ 83,88.

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