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Commentaar over de markt (Chicago) van: 05-jun-2024

CBOT wheat futures fell for the sixth day in a row on Wednesday as progress in the US harvest weighed on prices and concerns over the Russian crop eased. Russia will boost financial support to farmers but is not expected to ban grains exports if a federal emergency is declared due to frosts that have damaged crops, industry experts said on Wednesday. Traders said worries over drought and frost damage to Russian crops have already been priced into the market. Funds sold 5.500 contracts. Export sales of US wheat are estimated between 200.000 and 550.000 tonnes. Ukraine’s grain exports had reached 47,4 million tonnes by June 5, up from 45,6 million exported by the same date in 2023. Exports have included 17,6 million tonnes of wheat, 26,9 million tonnes of corn and about 2,4 million tonnes of barley.

CBOT corn futures fell in choppy trading on Wednesday as prices were anchored by strong US crop condition ratings and beneficial short-term weather in the US Corn Belt. Analysts notes forecast dry weather for much of the US Corn Belt, which is expected to be conducive to planting. Funds sold 5.500 contracts. In week ending May 31 the US ethanol production rose by 0,4 percent versus the previous week. Export sales of US corn are estimated within the range 0,6 to 1,2 million tonnes.

ICE canola futures declined on Wednesday, falling to one-month lows on favorable Canadian crop weather and spillover weakness in allied global vegetable oil markets. Eastern areas of the Canadian Prairies could see showers over the next few days, turning drier by the weekend. Recent showers were not enough to delay planting completion and should recharge soil moisture, analysts said. Most-active July canola gave up $ 10,90 to settle at $ 617,10 per tonne.

CBOT soybean futures hit a one-month low on Wednesday following a technical bounce earlier in the session as traders monitored US weather and crop losses in South America. Brazil suffered heavy crop losses from floods ahead of the harvest, a factor that has supported the Chicago soybean market. Soybean sales in Argentina nearly doubled in May from the previous month, the government said on Tuesday, citing improving international prices and drier weather. Funds sold 2.500 contracts of soybeans and 3.000 contracts of soyoil, but bought 3.500 contracts of soymeal. Export sales of the US soy complex are estimated as follows: soybeans (175.000-650.000 tonnes), soymeal (100.000-350.000 tonnes) and soyoil (minus 5.000-12.000 tonnes). Crude oil rose by 82 cents to $ 74,07.

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