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CBOT weekly outlook: Soy, corn turn bearish

Traders keep an eye on South America

MarketsFarm — Soybean and corn futures backed away from multi-year highs during the week ended Wednesday, as investors took profits and weather conditions showed some improvement in South America. “The technicals are a little bearish for both corn and beans,” said Terry Reilly of Futures International in Chicago. The managed money long position in soybeans, […] Read more




Canadian canola crush running strong

Canada’s canola crush is running slightly ahead of the year ago level, according to updated data from Statistics Canada. With 917,992 tonnes of the oilseed crushed in November, the 2020/21 (Aug/Jul) crop-year-to-date total of 3.465 million tonnes compares with the 3.309 million tonnes processed during the same timeframe the previous year. The November canola crush […] Read more


CBOT weekly outlook: $12 soybeans possible

MarketsFarm — There’s a good chance that soybeans on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) could reach US$12 per bushel before the end of December, according to grains analyst Terry Reilly of Futures International in Chicago. “It’s very possible. We’re not too far away from it. We also got close to that point back on […] Read more

New 2021 soybean varieties

Seven companies release 22 offerings with improved disease resistance, solid yields and more

Soybean growers will, once again, have lots of choice for new varieties in 2021. Seven companies are releasing a total of 22 new soybean options for western Canadian producers for the coming growing season. Features include improved disease resistance, strong standability and solid yield across a range of crop heat units (CHU). Please note, the […] Read more



October crush numbers up, canola record set

MarketsFarm — Canadian oilseed processors crushed a record amount of canola during October 2020, according to the latest data from Statistics Canada. Increases were reported throughout the canola and soybean crushes when comparing this October with October 2019. October 2020 saw 931,060 tonnes of canola crushed, which bested the previous record of 899,331 tonnes set […] Read more


CBOT weekly outlook: Corn, soy continue rallies

MarketsFarm — Commodities on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) have appreciated a significant rally over the past weeks. Last week’s world agriculture supply and demand estimates (WASDE) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) detailed lower-than-expected ending stocks for soybeans, which were bullish for soybean values. “Beans are on a mission right now,” said […] Read more

CBOT weekly outlook: Bullish USDA report sends soy, corn up sharply

MarketsFarm — Soybean and corn yields in the United States ended up much smaller than early expectations, according to updated supply and demand estimates released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The resulting drop in production and ending stocks has sent futures rallying to new contract highs, with more gains likely. Average U.S. soybean […] Read more