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Two cities are besieged. One by officials, activists and business leaders, while the second by bloodthirsty politicians. Will anyone escape? No one knows, but the gold coin has always helped bribe the guards to look the other way... (full story)


Steve Meyer China has been increasing its purchases of U.S. pork, but sales continue to be hampered by tariffs.   Pork industry analyst Steve Meyer says it’s still unclear if pork producers will see much benefit from the phase one trade... (full story)


Mar 20 soybean prices continue to descend further since the new year highs. There was so much hope for Chinese purchases when looking forwards to a signed trade deal agreement, and a lot of premium pumped into prices along with it. (full story)


Bank of Canada lowers GDP forecasts, says door is obviously open to an interest rate cut. USDCAD spikes. ECB to adhere to current strategy until new strategy has been defined. Expected late 2020. Three Chinese cities now on lock-down as coronavirus spreads to almost 600 cases... (full story)


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Bulls have power and there are no "strong" early clues that a market top is close at hand. Volatility is low, which favors the bulls. Increase in daily volatility would be a warning sign for the bulls. (full story)


Actionable ideas for ES, NQ, Crude, Gold and more. (full story)


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Stock index futures are lower due to rising worries over the coronavirus outbreak in China that prompted a lockdown of two cities in the country. (full story)


Flight to quality (full story)


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With gold unable to find direction, I suspect that a rising dollar and lack of geopolitical headlines are containing the price (full story)


I have made mention in previous letters of the potential problems that may await us concerning the quality of corn produced in the upper Midwest this year.  Be it in the form of lower yields due to test weight, more breakage, and FM that always... (full story)


WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Provisions in a Kansas law that ban the secret filming at slaughterhouses and other livestock facilities unconstitutionally criminalize free speech, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil mostly... (full story)


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Mar 20 coffee futures jump up this morning and have seen nearly 2% gains at the time of writing. There looks to be firm support at about the 11000 price level and the market is likely to reject prices below it without any fresh bearish developments. (full story)


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Financials: Mar. Bonds are currently 0’17 higher at 159’11, 10 Yr. Notes 0’05 higher at 129’22.5 and 5 Yr. Notes 0’02.25 higher at 119’06.00. These [...] (full story)


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Beef is expected to grind higher over the next several weeks if not longer. (full story)


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African swine fever (ASF) continues to be a major concern for pork producers.  Trent Thiele, a young pork producer from Elma, Iowa says the possibility of an ASF outbreak is one of his biggest concerns. “I’m afraid that if it were to hit... (full story)


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Improve your grain marketing! Visit  https://www.standardgrain.com/grain-marketing-plan/ (full story)


We will be on RFD-TV, today at 12:45pm CT! Corn (March) Fundamentals : March corn futures were little changed yesterday, with little new news hitting the wires. Due to the Holiday on Monday, export sales are pushed back to... (full story)


Will corn be able to breakout above 392? Is this a buying opportunity in beans? Is the top in on wheat? (full story)


Watch us on RFD-TV, today at 12:45pm CT!   Live Cattle (February) February live cattle traded in another tight range, treading water on the 50-day moving average at 125.85, close to the middle of the recent range. The... (full story)


Are cattle futures getting ready to break lower? (full story)


EURUSD Found Intraday Sellers Against The 1.1172 High (full story)


Microsoft ($MSFT): Even When In Wave V, More Upside Still To Come (full story)


A midwestern farmer is seeing the benefits of biodiesel on his farm. Dave Walton raises soybeans, corn, beef, cattle, and sheep in eastern Iowa. He has used biodiesel on his operation for more than a decade. “We run a 20 percent blend in the... (full story)


Lean hog futures closed the Wednesday trading session with gains of 20 cents to 70 cents. The 01/20 CME Lean Hog Index was 4 cents higher to $60.18. USDA’s Pork Carcass Cutout gained another $0.55 this afternoon, up to $79.74 cwt. USDA’s National... (full story)


Cotton futures are trading 80 to 90 points lower this morning. The two previous sessions have featured triple digit days in opposite directions. On Wednesday, cotton closed with gains of 128 to 189 points in the front months. The March futures were u... (full story)


Your Thursday wheat market is starting off steady to 2 cents per bushel higher. KC HRW is hovering near UNCH. Yesterday wheat closed lower in all three markets, with HRW futures the weakest. KC wheat futures closed down by 7 1/2 cents, and Chicago wh... (full story)


Soybean futures start off Thursday with losses of 4 cents or more from overnight trades. Yesterday, soybean futures closed with red on the board as futures were down 2 to 2 1/4 cents. Soy meal futures were down by $1.20/ton in the March futures. Marc... (full story)


In the overnight trading corn futures moved fractions of a cent higher after ending the Wednesday session mixed. July futures remained UNCH, there were 3/4 cent losses in the Sep contracts, and nearby Mar and May posted gains. The national corn basis... (full story)


Live cattle futures ended the Wednesday session with losses of 20 to 72 cents in the front months. Front month feeder cattle futures were down triple digits, ending the session with losses of as much as $1.62. The 01/21 CME Feeder Cattle index was do... (full story)


In the overnight trading corn futures moved fractions of a cent higher after ending the Wednesday session mixed. July futures remained UNCH, there were 3/4 cent losses in the Sep contracts, and nearby Mar and May posted gains. The national corn basis... (full story)


ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) Getting Ready for Next Rally (full story)


The gold futures contract lost 0.08% on Wednesday, as it continued to trade within a short-term consolidation following the previous weeks Wednesdays record-breaking advance above $1,600 mark that ended with a sharp intraday downturn. The market got close to the $1,570 level on Tuesday,... (full story)


The market is moving back into a position of sparse fresh news which limited yesterday’s rally. This was especially the case for wheat, where even though fundamental information remains supportive, the contract has now moved into overbought territo... (full story)


This Highly Accurate Multiple Time Frame Technical Analysis is a Must See! (full story)


When Will We See New Chinese Demand? (full story)


Watch the Sugar Breakout and Cocoa Reversal (full story)


David Ekstrom Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Soybeans Lower Overnight as Investors Eye Export Sales Soybeans were lower as investors await the delayed export sales report and as Brazil is expected... (full story)


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