Market to Market - Market AnalysisAuthor: Iowa Public Television
14 Nov 2018

Market to Market - Market Analysis

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    Market Analysis: Sue Martin

    Announcer: Next, the market to market report.

  • Posted on 08 Nov 2018

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    Market Analysis: Don Roose (November 2, 2018)

    A phone call between world leaders, lackluster exports and election week eve moved the commodity markets mostly higher. For the week, December wheat gained 4 cents, and the nearby corn contract rose 4 cents. The January soybean contract added 30 cents as President Trump told the nation he had discussed trade issues during a phone call with China’s President Xi. The December soybean meal contract bumped up $3.70 per ton. December cotton finished 26 cents higher per hundredweight. Over in the dairy parlor, December Class III milk futures lost five cents.

  • Posted on 02 Nov 2018

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    Market Analysis: Naomi Blohm (October 26, 2018)

    Weather, lack of demand and weakness in the equity markets pushed the bulk of the grain markets lower. For the week, December wheat lost a dime, and the nearby corn contract found a floor and bounced back to finish nearly even with last week’s close. The January soybean contract dropped 13 cents as the oilseed market continues to suffer from the loss of Chinese demand. The December soybean meal contract dropped $5.80 per ton. December cotton finished 61 cents higher per hundredweight lower. Over in the dairy parlor, December Class III milk futures fell 26 cents.

  • Posted on 26 Oct 2018

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    Market Analysis: Ted Seifried (October 19, 2018)

    Delaney Howell:               Weather cancellation of exports to destinations unknown and a South American trucker strike pushed the commodity markets lower. For the week, December wheat lost three cents and the nearby corn contract fell seven cents. The November soybean contract sank eleven cents as news of an Argentine trucker's strike did little to hold back the effects of good harvest weather and canceled Chinese orders. The December soybean meal contract followed along dropping $380 per ton. December cotton finished forty five cents per hundred weight lower.

  • Posted on 19 Oct 2018

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