Ray Nabors

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Russian drought worst in 130 years
One-third of the Russian wheat crop may be abandoned due to decimated yield potential. Wheat production estimates in
World wheat supplies adequate
China eclipsed Japan as the second largest economy in the world. The result: U.S. consumer statistics reporting weak
Soybean export demand strong
Soybeans are overbought. Export inspections fell 17 percent under 6 million bushels. There were zero deliveries last
Wheat prices highest in a year
Russian wheat production is down another 5 million tons to 70 million. Exports are likely to be down 10 million
Wheat – drought hits European crop
Drought has reduced wheat yields in Europe. France, a major wheat exporting country has been hit with hot dry
Soy exports above expectations
Any bounce in soybean prices is a selling opportunity. Soybeans Bearish news: Soybean acres increased to nearly 79
Soybeans: weather price-bearish
The weather threat to soybeans and corn has been reduced with some rain south and dry weather in the north. Crop
Chinese currency gains on dollar
China will no longer keep the yuan tied to the value of a dollar. The Chinese currency gained on the dollar,
Cotton exports at yearly high
Will strong Asian demand for cotton override slow demand in the United States and Europe? Bullish news: Weekly cotton
Soy export sales below expectations
Soybeans Bearish USDA soybean production estimates 3.3 billion bushels. Soybean ending stocks are expected to reach 179
Market wrap: soy planting up, exports down
Soybeans Bearish news: Planting weather is ideal for soybeans. Seventy-four percent of soybeans are planted. Nearly 45
Market Wrap: world events pressure commodities
Chinese corn demand will pull corn prices back up. Wheat, soybean and rice world supply exceeds world demand and
Market wrap: larger rice supply
China has imported three times as much cotton as it did by this time last year. Rice Bearish news: World rice supply
Crop production predictions bearish
Private production projections are bearish. Traders expect increased harvest inventory: 3 billion bushels of wheat, 3.5
Soybean market fluctuating
The United States has lost 23 million acres of productive farmland to urbanization in 23-plus years. One million acres
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