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USDA report was bearish, but the question remains how to trade it. I do not have a strong opinion on the row crops, and, thus, do not intend to trade corn or beans in the near future.

Bought a very small lot of MWU just before the close. Will hold it until a close below 690.

HRS stocks are the lowest in 10 years. Harvested acres were not adjusted lower in this report, but will have to be reduced in September.


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Still hold a large position of WH19-WN18. Intend to sell the position on one further move downwards somewhere between 50 and 55.

Currently I am building a longterm position in CZ8-CZ9. Basis is seasonals, assumption of acreage moving from corn to soybeans in South Americas, and speculation on weather problems in South America some time during the crop cycle.

I would also be interested in the SN8-SX8 spread, but only at a significantly lower prive level.

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Today at 11 am (Chicago Time) / 18.00 (Central European Time) USDA will publish its September report.

I do not expect large price moves upwards as they are discussed elsewhere. But you never know.

The report on Cotton will be interesting.

I suggest to keep positions moderate going into this report.

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Today at 11 am (Chicago Time) / 18.00 (Central European Time) USDA will publish its September report.

I do not expect large price moves upwards as they are discussed elsewhere. But you never know.

The report on Cotton will be interesting.

I suggest to keep positions moderate going into this report.

Best regards, Myrrdin

USDA Report was bearish regarding corn, wheat, beans, and cotton. Cotton trades limit down.

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soyabean, soyameal

On 22 sept Fri, soyabean futures ZS and soyameal futures ZM started to move up during Asian time.
It continued till US time.

Was there any indication / data / report prior to that that caused price to move significantly?

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On 22 sept Fri, soyabean futures ZS and soyameal futures ZM started to move up during Asian time.
It continued till US time.

Was there any indication / data / report prior to that that caused price to move significantly?

During Asian trading hours volume is very limited. Thus, I would not pay a lot of attention to these price moves. In my opinioin, the most important price in the grains market is the closing price.

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