Wednesday, November 18, 2015


Perspective: Morning Commentary, 11/18/2015

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Terrorism grabbed the headlines once again overnight as France continued its offensive against the organization that struck it on Friday. Police executed a pre-dawn strike on a Paris suburb where they believed the master mind of Friday’s attack to be located. Two are dead and another seven arrested... Learn More →


Morning Grain Comments, 11/18/2015

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

It’s been a fairly positive week for corn and beans thus far, though the corn “rally” has lent depressed farmers well under a dime on the board thus far. The bulls could use a good old fashioned South American weather concern but just like recent seasons both there and in the U.S., forecasts have... Learn More →


Corn Report, 11/18/2015

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The corn market closed 2 higher in a moderately slow volume day, with funds a small buyer, but mostly on the side lines. The main reason for the recovery was the shortness of the Spec funds. The market is giving us more of the same today. We are slowly moving towards the holiday markets. Resistance... Learn More →


Morning Livestock Report, 11/18/2015

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The cattle markets maintained their volatile ways yesterday, with most-active Feb live and Jan feeder cattle trading in $5 and $6 ranges within the first 25 minutes of the session. Futures settled higher and again did so on large trade volume but barely any change at all in open interest, a combo... Learn More →


Morning Dairy Comments, 11/18/2015

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

General Market News · We’d like to invite those of you attending the UDI annual meeting to stop by and visit our FCStone booth! We look forward to seeing you there · Terror threats continue as soccer game is cancelled in Germany due to bomb threat · Multiple Air France planes diverted overnight... Learn More →