The larger-than-expected production levels for both crops sent harvest futures prices to lows not seen since late in June.
While market observers focus on the changing outlook for corn and soybean yields, export markets continue to reveal consumption information relevant to price formation.
The volatility in price movements associated with weather will continue for the next six to eight weeks.
Recent volatility in corn prices indicates concern about the 2017 U.S. corn crop.
The Acreage report surprised many observers and generated strong positive movements in corn and soybean prices.
The 6/1 soybean stocks estimate may not provide new info, but the implications for bean prices in the Acreage report could make for a long summer of depressed prices.
Find out what we should expect to see in the report and how that will affect the corn market.
The USDA’s June WASDE report of world supply and consumption projections contained a number of changes from the May report for corn and soybeans.
You should be watching these specific factors for pricing opportunities during the summer months.
The consumption projections for corn and soybeans reflect the potential market size under a scenario consisting of substantial supplies and lower prices.