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USDA-SJ: Daily National Grain Market Summary

St. Joseph, MO - Mon, Apr 16, 2018 - USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News


Daily National Grain Market Summary

  Compared to Friday, cash bids for wheat and corn were mixed, soybeans were
lower, while sorghum had no comparison.  Heavy snow was dumped across the
Northern Plains and temperatures are expected to remain below average for most
of the Corn Belt this week.  The soybean market remains fundamentally divided
with tight supplies and rising prices in Brazil while here in the U.S., supplies
are comfortable and demand is sluggish.  The demand side of winter wheat remains
bearish with weak commercial interest and a low pace of exports.  Corn was from
3 3/4 lower to 6 1/4 cents higher.  Sorghum had no comparison.  Soybeans were 8
1/4 to 15 1/4 cents lower.  Wheat was from 17 3/4 cents lower to a 1/2 cent
higher.



                             DATE               CHANGE                 YEAR AGO
TRUCK BIDS:                  4/16/2018         4/13/2018              4/17/2017

Wheat:
   Kansas City (HRW ORD)     4.6800            DN 17.75                 3.7125
   Minneapolis               6.3670            DN 10.30                 5.3875
   Portland (SWW)            5.7325-5.9000     DN 5.25-UP 0.50       4.4100-4.7500
   St. Louis (SRW)           4.5200-4.7400     No Comp               4.0100-4.2600

Corn, US No 2 Yellow:
   Kansas City               3.6950            DN 3.75               3.4650-3.5150
   Minneapolis               3.4350            UP 6.25               3.4650-3.5150
   So. Iowa                  3.3350-3.4250     DN 3.75               3.5750-3.6000
   Omaha                     3.6300-3.6600     DN 3.00               3.3000-3.4200

Soybeans, US No 1 Yellow:
   Kansas City               10.1200-10.1700   DN 12.25              9.1875-9.2325
   Minneapolis               9.8900            DN 8.25                  9.1425
   So. Iowa                  9.8500-9.9700     DN 12.25-DN 15.25     9.2625-9.3625
   Cent. Il Processor        10.2000-10.3400   DN 14.25-DN 12.25     9.3825-9.4825

FUTURES:
   Kansas City Wheat  (May)  4.7800            DN 17.75                 4.1625
   Minneapolis Wheat  (May)  6.0675            DN 10.25                 5.2875
   Chicago Wheat      (May)  4.6225            DN 10.25                 4.2100
   Chicago Corn       (May)  3.8250            DN 3.75                  3.6650
   Chicago Soybeans   (May)  10.4200           DN 12.25                 9.5325

*EXPORT BIDS:  Barge bids out of the Port of New Orleans,
or Rail out of the North Texas Gulf. Bids Per bushel, except sorghum per cwt.

US 1 HRW Wheat Ord Protein
                             5.4300-6.0700     No Comp               4.4650-4.5625
US 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat
                             5.2025-5.3425     DN 10.25              4.6900-4.7200
Corn
  Barge                      4.4650-4.5050     UP 1.25-DN 5.75       3.9950-4.0350
US 2 Sorghum
  Rail                       8.0800-8.0975     No Comp               6.8125-6.9025
  Barge                      n/a               No Comp                   n/a
US 2 Yellow Soybeans
  Barge                      11.0700-11.1200   DN 7.25-DN 13.25      9.7825-9.8225


Source: USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News Service, St Joseph, MO
        Lindsay Brunet, Market Reporter 816-676-7000   StJoe.LGMN@ams.usda.gov
        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/SJ_GR850.txt
        For more Grain Market News:
        https://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/livestock-poultry-grain

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