June 2016


Morning Dairy Comments, 06/30/2016

Thursday, June 30, 2016

General Market News · Crude Oil headed to largest quarterly price gain since 2009 http://goo.gl/by9UsC · US dairy groups hope for action on Canada trade at summit http://goo.gl/0L1nTX · EU farming chief plans new dairy aid http://goo.gl/3TqHj3 · Fonterra price cut another blow to Australian dairy... Learn More →


Soybean Report, 06/30/2016

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Big report day, with exports and deliveries to deal with as well to end the month. USDA will issue stocks as of June 1 at 11 am today. Expectations are that if there is a surprise, it will be bearish, mainly due to ideas that the balance sheet is getting very tight and USDA may find some beans to... Learn More →


Corn Report, 06/29/2016

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

We saw corn get a nice pop up yesterday touching a high of $4.0675 with strength from beans rallying hard lowered ratings and talk of less acres, before hitting a small sell off and settling the day at $3.9425. CZ has now closed unchanged for the past 3 sessions, which is right on the 100MA trend... Learn More →


Morning Dairy Comments, 06/29/2016

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

General Market News · Dow jumps 269 points, reclaims a portion of 2-day Brexit-induced rout http://goo.gl/Agsdma · British pound could hit history-making dollar parity by end of 2016 http://goo.gl/iDpMkM · EU to open review of Bayer, Monsanto Merger · VW to pay car owners up to $33,000 each over... Learn More →


Morning Dairy Comments, 06/28/2016

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

General Market News · U.S. milk powder producers adding capacity despite global supply glut http://goo.gl/4DYBdU · Americans dining out less as economy cools http://goo.gl/0FRQTX · Murray Goulburn announces 2017 opening milk price at $4.31 kg/MS http://goo.gl/dn9ojO · Equities rebound as Pound... Learn More →


Wheat Report, 06/28/2016

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Overnight trade saw initial weakness on improved conditions, but turned higher due to concern over hot, dry weather long-term for the Corn Belt. Weekly export inspections were reported at 512 TMT last week, with large HRW shipments going to African countries. Extended forecast maps show a slightly... Learn More →


Wheat Report, 06/27/2016

Monday, June 27, 2016

The wheat market is taking advantage of buying interest in corn and soybeans due to concerns over Midwest forecasts. Rain is in the forecast for the C. Plains over the next 10 days, with temperatures remaining near normal. Harvest should continue to progress around the rain chances in the forecast,... Learn More →


Morning Dairy Comments, 06/24/2016

Friday, June 24, 2016

General Market News Markets are in freefall overnight with the Japanese Nikkei down 7.92%, DAX is down 7.14%, and the S&P is down 80 points The British Pound had its worst crash ever plunging more than 11% to a 30-year low of 1.3239 per USD with analysts suggesting this event can likely drive... Learn More →


Soybean Report, 06/24/2016

Friday, June 24, 2016

Brexit is official and the world financial markets are sick. Beans could catch a triple whammy with rain in the forecasts, a much stronger US$ off the Brexit and finally NOPA releasing changed data due to the fact their last report was inaccurate or IMO erroneous. If I were a betting man, I would... Learn More →


JUST ADDED: Arlan Suderman Joins Food Industry Forum Lineup!

Thursday, June 23, 2016

INTL FCStone’s chief commodities economist, Arlan Suderman, has joined the lineup of expert speakers and panelists slated to participate in our Food Industry Forum event this July 19-21 in Chicago. Arlan will participate in two sessions: In the first, on Wednesday, July 20 at 3:20 pm, Arlan will... Learn More →