Grain markets firmed and oilseeds markets mostly were easier by end of day Friday following the USDA reports’ midday publications. The Dow gapped another 3pc lower. Australian markets closed last week firmer and currency weaker.
- Chicago wheat July contract down US0.50 cents per bushel to 1070.75c/bu;
- Kansas wheat July contract up 8.75c/bu to 1162.5c/bu;
- Minneapolis wheat July contract down 2.25c/bu to 1221.5c/bu;
- MATIF wheat September contract up €5.50/t to €391.75/t;
- Black Sea wheat July contract up $1/t to $409.50/t;
- Corn July contract up 0.25c/bu to 773.25c/bu;
- Soybeans July contract down 23.5c/bu to 1745.5c/bu;
- Winnipeg canola November 2022 contract down C$16.90/t at $1044.25/t;
- MATIF rapeseed November 2022 contract up €5/t to €783.75/t;
- ASX July 2022 wheat contract up A$5/t to A$460/t;
- ASX Jan 2023 wheat contract up $4/t to $470/t;
- AUD dollar weaker at US$0.699.
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