Edwards Market Thoughts

6/23/2021 8:00am

Corn is mixed this morning with new crop lower on continued wet forecast for the Midwest at the end of the week while July corn holding steady on firm cash values. Open interest in July corn fell almost 42k contracts as the July/Sep inverse exploded to over +110 inverse.

Ethanol margins slipping back into the red with weak DDGS and firm cash corn basis. Weekly EIA report should show steady ethanol production with uptick in ethanol stocks. Interesting to note some reports of gasoline shortages in parts of the Midwest though should be temporary. Market now bracing itself if the rains come to pass later this week and next week's USDA acres and stocks report. Next major support for Dec corn toward $5.00.

CN/CU spread comparison for 2021 and 2013!

 

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Commentary
Triple Digit Rally for Cotton -

At the close, front month cotton futures were 72 to 224 points in the black. July contracts were the biggest gainer on the day. Crude Oil

Lean Hogs Drop Triple Digits -

August hogs bounced back from the limit loss to close $2.97 lower, July on the other hand stayed lock limit down. The other nearby contracts closed

Beans Drop into Close -

At the closing bell of the midweek session, afternoon drops left the board fractionally mixed to 9 1/2 cents in the red. July contracts were the

Cattle Close in Red -

Live cattle futures ended the Wednesday session 20 to 87 cents weaker in the front months. Feb contracts gave back $1.17 on the day. The FCE online

Wheat Rallies Double Digits -

Wheat futures closed Wednesday with double digit gains led by HRS. Minneapolis spring wheat futures ended with 19 1/4 to 23 3/4 cent gains. SRW

Corn Prices End Mostly Weaker -

July corn widened the inverse some more on Wednesday, with the 4 1/2 cent gain contracts are now a $1.13 premium to Sept and a $1.28 premium to Dec.

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