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U.S. Wheat Associates Price Report

March 1, 2019 Read the full report as a PDF Stiff competition from cheap global supplies and an onslaught of technical selling pushed all wheat futures well below last week’s close. A stronger U.S. dollar enhanced losses. March soft red winter (SRW) futures lost 33 cents to end at $4.54/bu and March hard red winter…

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U.S. Wheat Associates Price Report

Read the full report as a PDF Earlier today, President Trump announced a deal to reopen the federal government for three weeks while border security is negotiated. Assuming Congress approves, the entire wheat industry looks forward to updated commercial export sales and supply and demand reports from USDA. It is too soon to know when…

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U.S. Wheat Associates Weekly Price Report

January 11, 2019 Read the full report as a PDF Supported by a softening U.S. dollar (see below), which makes U.S. wheat more competitive relative to other origins, and increasing global wheat prices, but tempered by uncertainty over the export sales pace and winter wheat planted area, U.S. wheat futures finished the week mixed. Uncertainty…

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U.S Wheat Associates Price Report

Friday, November 30, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF Since the last Price Report on Nov. 16, U.S. wheat futures rose supported by strong export sales and rounds of short-covering. A strengthening U.S. dollar limited gains. CBOT December wheat futures closed up 9 cents at $5.16/bu. KCBT ended up 4 cents at $4.86/bu.…

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U.S Wheat Associates Price Report

October 19, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF U.S. wheat futures ended the week lower after a three-session slide. A strengthening U.S. dollar limited gains. CBOT December wheat futures ended the week 7 cents down at $5.14/bu, KCBT lost 8 cents to $5.16/bu and MGEX lost 3 cents to $5.88/bu. CBOT December corn…

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U.S. Wheat Associates Price Report

October 12, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF   U.S. wheat futures ended the week mixed with Canadian harvest delays providing support for MGEX. Beneficial rain across the United States limited KCBT gains and pressured CBOT lower. CBOT December wheat futures ended the week down 4 cents at $5.17/bu, KCBT remained unchanged week…

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U.S. Wheat Associates Price Report

August 3, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF U.S. wheat futures rose for the third straight week following reports of shrinking wheat production in the European Union (EU) and Russia. Mediocre export demand and a strong U.S. dollar continue to limit gains. CBOT September wheat rose 26 cents to $5.56/bu, KCBT increased 35…

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Price Report – July 27, 2018

July 27, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF Supported by technical buying, spring wheat tour yield estimates and shrinking estimates for Russian and European Union (EU) wheat production, wheat futures rose this week. Slow export demand resulting from a strengthening U.S. dollar and uncertainty surrounding U.S. trade policies limited gains. CBOT September wheat…

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U.S. Wheat Associates Price Report

Friday, June 22, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF A strong U.S. dollar, seasonal harvest pressure and technical selling pressured wheat futures lower this week. Reduced wheat production forecasts for Russia, Ukraine and the European Union (EU) lent limited support. CBOT July wheat fell 8 cents to $4.91/bu, KCBT lost 31 cents to…

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U.S. Wheat Associates Price Report

Friday, June 8, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF U.S. wheat futures finished the week slightly lower after a round of profit-taking on Friday. Forecasts for lower wheat production in Ukraine, Russia and Australia provided limited support. CBOT July wheat lost 3 cents to close at $5.20/bu; KCBT July wheat dropped 2 cents…

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U.S. Wheat Associates Price Report

Friday, May 25, 2018 Read the full report as a PDF Supported by dry conditions in Australia, Canada, southern Russia and the United States, wheat futures climbed higher this week. A stronger U.S. dollar, which makes U.S. wheat more expensive relative to competing origins, limited gains. CBOT and KCBT July wheat each added 25 cents,…

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