Agfax Buzz:
    July 14, 2014

    DTN Grain Close: Markets Break Losing Streak

    AgFax.Com - Your Online Ag News Source

    From DTN/Telvent




    November soybeans closed higher Monday for the first time in eleven sessions, helped by bargain-hunting and hope that Tuesday’s crush report from NOPA may offer some bullish encouragement. Wheat prices also finished higher after Friday’s CFTC data showed an increase of commercial buying responding to wheat’s cheap prices.


    Tags: , , , , ,

     
    Copyright DTN. All rights reserved. Disclaimer.
    Powered By DTN

    Leave a Reply

    Name and Email Address are required fields. Your email will not be published or shared with third parties.

    Sunbelt Ag News

      Corn Looking Good in Midwest; Soybeans Need Rain – AgFax07-30

      Cotton – Southwest Growers Seeing More Disease, Insects – AgFax07-30

      Cleveland on Cotton: Harvest Weather Dictates Market’s Next Big Move07-30

      Grain TV: Strong Ethanol Production Helps Boost Corn07-30

      DTN Livestock Close: Futures Swing Hard in Opposite Directions07-30

      DTN Cotton Close: Falls to Another New Contract Low07-30

      First U.S. Soybean Crop for the Year Harvested in South Texas07-30

      Doane Cotton Close: Triple-Digit Losses in Most Contracts07-30

      DTN Fertilizer Trends: Slow Season Expected for Fertilizer Booking07-30

      DTN Grain Close: Corn, Wheat Hold on to Gains07-30

      Cotton In Southeast – Stink Bugs Build But Plant Bugs, Aphids Linger – AgFax07-30

      Peanut Stocks and Processing: Utilization Up 2% from Last Year07-30

      Virginia Ag Expo, Lottsburg, Aug. 707-30

      AgFax Cotton Review: Possible Rise in Chinese Imports; Pigweed Problems in Texas07-30

      DTN Livestock Midday: Cattle Futures Sharply Higher07-30

      DTN Grain Midday: Corn, Soybean Trade Mixed07-30

      Endangered Species Act Reform Passes House — DTN07-30

      USDA Preps for Possible Invasion by Old World Bollworm — DTN07-30

      DTN Cotton Open: Ticks Quietly Just Above Unchanged07-30

      DTN Livestock Open: Mixed Start for Meat Futures07-30

      DTN Grain Open: Wheat Starts Fractionally Higher07-30

      Keith Good: C.O.O.L. Rules for Packaged Meat Upheld by Appeals Court07-30

      DTN Livestock Close: Lean Hog Futures Collapse Further07-29

      Doane Cotton Close: Sharp Losses on Improved Conditions07-29

      Keeping Farm Management in Line with Increasing Regulations – DTN07-29