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Daily market wire 18 January 2018

Guest Author, 18 January 2018

Strength in corn flowed into wheat markets today, with shorts beginning to think about an exit ahead of increases in production vol.

Daily market wire 17 January 2018

Guest Author, 17 January 2018

Australian cash prices remain strong as domestic feed prices in the north step higher – again.

Daily market wire 16 January 2018

Grain Central, 16 January 2018

The USDA’s latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report has put downward pressure on wheat prices, with Australian values being further impacted by a strengthened Australian dollar.

Daily market wire 15 January 2018

Grain Central, 15 January 2018

The USDA’s latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report has put downward pressure on wheat prices, with Australian values being further impacted by a strengthened Australian dollar.

Daily market wire 12 January 2018

Guest Author, 12 January 2018

Futures markets all traded lower overnight. The January USDA world agricultural supply and demand estimates report will be released on January 12. Strength in Australian barley and wheat bids for January was further bolstered by new export demand.

Daily market wire 11 January 2018

Guest Author, 11 January 2018

Wheat futures traded slightly firmer overnight, corn traded unchanged and the oilseeds weaker. Australian wheat and barley bids were stronger for January delivery than for February, the inverse fuelled by unusual market conditions.

Daily market wire 10 January 2018

Guest Author, 10 January 2018

Wheat futures markets reversed the downtrend, trading one per cent higher overnight. Corn was slightly higher and soybeans a little lower. Australian wheat bids strengthened on fundamentals, with a little help from currency.

Daily market wire 9 January 2018

Guest Author, 09 January 2018

Wheat and corn futures markets traded down about one per cent overnight; beans and canola were a little lower. Australian wheat may be edging towards international competitiveness from export-focussed states.

Daily market wire 8 January 2018

Henry Wells, 08 January 2018

Winnipeg canola and US wheat markets closed lower on Friday, while corn, beans and Matif canola closed a little higher. Australian barley domestic prices remain strong, while wheat is quiet.

Daily market wire 5 January 2018

Guest Author, 05 January 2018

Exchange rate conditions and better market prospects had canola futures in Canada close about one per cent higher, while US wheat, corn and soybeans futures were all a little lower. Australian nearby barley prices were firmer.