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#MorningBriefing - #Wheat rallied yesterday in Chicago. Prices ⬆️4%, supported by Australia’s lowest production announcement since 2008 and by a healthy round of USDA's weekly export inspections. Corn⬆️1% while soybeans closed slightly⬇️ amid concerns about the Chinese demand.

🇪🇺🌾✂️Strategie Grains cut their 2020 EU soft wheat production estimate from 139.8 to 138.6 MMT this month, below 146.0 MMT LY-@INTLFCStone
🌽corn output rose slightly from 67.2 to 67.3 MMT (up from 63.5 MMT LY)
🌾barley rose from 62.1 to 62.5 MMT (vs 62.2 MMT LY)

#MorningBriefing - The markets stabilized after last sessions’ price drop. The outbreak of the #coronavirus pushed all #commodity markets downwards. The possible impact of the virus on the Chinese economy triggered sales across the markets.

#MorningBriefing - CME, #corn lost almost 2% in despite of another good export sale. US #Soybeans declined further, with operators still awaiting the first Chinese purchases after last week’s Phase1 deal. The favorable weather conditions in South America also weigh on the market.

#MorningBriefing - The US markets are closed today for the #MartinLutherKingDay. Friday, all contracts closed ⬆️. #Corn rose ~3.5% amid bargain hunting after Thursday’s price drop. #Soybeans and #wheat followed higher. Ukraine exported 33.3mT of grains since the start of 2020.

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CEMI Milano – June 22nd, 2018
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