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Forecasts for US Sept 1 grain stocks report

09/24/2012 @ 4:19pm

The following are analysts' estimates in billions of bushels for U.S. grain and soybean stocks as of September 1, 2012, as compiled by Dow Jones Newswires. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is scheduled to release its report at 8:30 a.m. EDT (1230 GMT) Friday. Parentheses denote the number of estimates in that average and range.

2012 Jun. 1 2011 Sep. 1

USDA        USDA 
                  Average    Range      Stocks      Stocks 
   Corn (16)      1.126   0.887-1.261   3.149       1.128 
   Soybeans (16)  0.132   0.115-0.152   0.667       0.215 
   Wheat (14)     2.281   2.159-2.533   0.743       2.147 
                            Corn   Soybeans  Wheat 
   ABN Amro                 1.225  0.140     2.450 
   ADM Investor Services    1.110  0.136     2.266 
   AgriSource               1.200  0.125      n/a 
   Agrivisor                1.125  0.126     2.230 
   Allendale                1.181  0.148     2.276 
   Citigroup                1.130  0.115     2.159 
   Doane Advisory Services  1.071  0.140     2.533 
   Farm Futures             1.007  0.121     2.186 
   Jefferies/Bache          1.261  0.152     2.271 
   Kropf/Love Consulting    1.000  0.125     2.266 
   Linn Group               0.887  0.116     2.266 
   Newedge USA              1.085  0.130     2.228 
   Prime Ag                 1.181  0.145     2.270 
   Rice Dairy               1.112  0.130     2.250 
   RJ O'Brien               1.238  0.125     2.287 
   U.S. Commodities         1.195  0.132      n/a

Write to Andrew Johnson Jr. at andrew.johnsonjr@dowjones.com

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

September 24, 2012 17:14 ET (21:14 GMT)

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