Edwards Market Thoughts

12/3/2021 8:00am

Corn market is higher as US farmer selling remains quiet and technicals are supportive. Deliveries still remain the 2 contracts of Dec corn while interior basis levels remain firm.

Ethanol prices stabilizing yesterday also supportive. CIF for spot at +81H vs +84H offer. Group 3 rail corn trading at +12H yesterday. Other areas of WCB trading +20H to +25H on truck corn while ECB taking +20H to +30H to buy corn.

US farmer willing to wait to see how S. American production turns out and US spring weather. Funds remain long corn with next major resistance toward $6.00 March futures.

Soybeans and the products are higher this morning. More soybean export sales announcements are expected to be flashed at 8 am to China and unknown. Technically January soybeans were able to push through $12.50 resistance and now next resistance is $12.80-13.00. US farmer selling is quiet with many areas having already sold 60-75% of the bean crop.


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20 Cent Bounce for Friday Beans -

Soybean futures closed 19 3/4 to 23 cents higher on Friday. For the Jan contract, that left soybeans a net 6 1/2 cents higher than Monday’s open

Wheat Traded Double Digits Weaker -

Friday’s wheat trading session left the board double digits weaker for the weekend. CBT SRW futures were 7 1/4 to 12 cents lower through the Sep

Friday Recovery for Corn Futures -

Corn prices extended their recovery on Friday, with 6 1/2 to 9 cent gains. For the December contract that left prices at a net wash after a 26 3/4

Cotton Gains for Weekend -

Front month cotton futures ended the Friday session with 40 to 117 point gains. Futures closed more than a penny off their high for the day. For

Cattle Markets Close Red on Friday -

Fat cattle futures ended the Friday session with 22 to 62 cent losses through August ’22. The December contract was 2 cents stronger on Friday as

Lean Hog Futures Fall on Friday -

Front month lean hog futures traded 40 to 75 cents weaker on the day. For the Feb contract, that resulted in a net 47 cent loss from Monday’s

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