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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)

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

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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)

When it comes to preparing for an on-farm emergency, experts say you can’t rely solely on other people to mitigate the problem. “Most emergency responders are very competent and will do a great job, but they sometimes do not fully understand the... (full story)

The USMCA trade agreement has cleared its final hurdle and is headed to the President’s desk for signature.  Phase One of the US-China trade agreement has been signed. In this Managing for Profit, livestock economist Scott Brows says that... (full story)

Wheat rally in tact, bean trend opposite . . . corn in limbo (full story)

AGCO unveiled its first ever Fendt branded planter for the North American market this week, a move the company thinks answers some major pain points producers have while planting. With a completely new toolbar concept and packed with Precision... (full story)

Here's an update on what our team will be watching for in the days to come. (full story)

Yesterday the Dow faltered but the other indices rose. Will this change today? Read on to learn more... (full story)

A quick update on EURNZD (full story)

COLUMBIA, SC Thursday, January 23, 2020 South Carolina State Farmers Market - Prices to Growers Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal State Market News Office Columbia, SC CA_FV001 Columbia Farmers Market - Wholesale prices paid to Growers until 9:00 a.m. for South... (full story)

MG_GR310 Montgomery, AL Thu Jan 23, 2020 USDA - AL Dept of Ag Market News Alabama Weekly Hay Report ... (full story)

RA_PY002 Raleigh, NC Thursday, January 23, 2020 USDA-NC Dept of Ag Market News N.C. BROILER-FRYERS: The market tone is steady and the live supply is adequate to meet the moderate demand. Average weights are mostly desirable. The estimated slaughter for Thursday in North Carolina is... (full story)

TV_LS100 Thomasville, GA Thu Jan 23, 2020 USDA-GA Dept Ag Market News Atlanta Information for AP Cattle and Calves: At Georgia auction markets on Wednesday medium and large 1-2 300- 400 lb feeder steers sold at 155.00 to 197.00; 400-500 lbs 140.00 to 176.00; 500-600 lbs 137.00 to... (full story)

RH_LS148 Richmond, VA Thu Jan 23, 2020 VA Dept of Ag-USDA Market News Blackstone, VA Weekly State Graded Sale State Graded Weighted Average for Wed Jan 22, 2020 Feeder Cattle 198 (Steers 14, Heifers 99, Bulls 85) Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1 Head Wt... (full story)

GL_GR510 Greeley, CO Thu Jan 23, 2020 USDA-CO Dept of Ag Market News Dry Edible Beans Daily Grower Bids - ND/MN and NE CO/WY/W NE Beans Region Bids Change Pinto ND/MN 32.00-35.00 Steady NE... (full story)

KO_LS800 Oklahoma City, OK Thurs Jan 23, 2020 USDA-OK Dept Ag Market News The Woodward Livestock Auction is estimating 3,200 head of feeder cattle and calves for the sale on Thursday 01/23/2020 and will begin at 9:00 am CST. Source: USDA Market News Service, Oklahoma City, Ok ... (full story)

RA_FV001 Raleigh, NC-Summary of Farmers' Market Prices in North Carolina Provided by: Fruit & Vegetable Market News Office Federal-State Market News Office - Raleigh, NC Phone: 919-707-3156 Internet Address: http://www.ncagprices.org STATE FARMERS MARKET - RALEIGH, NORTH... (full story)

AL_LS603 Las Cruces, NM Feeder Cattle January 23, 2020 Daily Import Total Sales January 22, 2020 Santa Teresa, NM. EST: 2300 Compared to Tuesday, steer calves and yearlings sold... (full story)