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Commentaar over de markt (Chicago) van: 08-jun-2021

US winter wheat futures were firm on Tuesday, supported by technical buying after falling on Monday. MGEX spring wheat futures fell sharply for the second day in a row, with the front-month contract shedding 1,8 percent as crop prospects in Canada improved following weekend rains. Funds bought 2.750 contracts. As of Saturday condition ratings for US winter wheat improved from 48 to 50 percent good to excellent, compared with 51 percent a year ago. Condition ratings for US spring wheat declined from 43 to 38 percent good to excellent, versus 82 percent last year. Harvesting of US winter wheat was 2 percent complete, versus 6 percent a year ago and the five-year average of 7 percent. During the first 4 months of this year Russia exported 9,5 million tonnes of wheat, versus 10,4 million tonnes a year ago.

CBOT corn futures rose on Tuesday, with the market led higher by new-crop contracts due to concerns about hot and dry weather limiting yield capacity in the US Midwest. Some technical buying also was noted after the benchmark CBOT July corn futures contract fell on Monday. Funds bought 12.750 contracts. Last week condition ratings for US corn declined from 76 to 72 percent good to excellent, compared with 75 percent last year.

Winnipeg November canola futures rose by $ 2,60 to $ 774,20 on Tuesday for a third straight session, lifted by spillover support from higher soy prices due to concerns about hot, dry US weather. The Canadian Prairies, which also have dry conditions, are in better shape after recent rains, and canola prices lagged soy gains, a broker said.

CBOT soybean futures rose on Tuesday a day after a government report showed that the condition of the US crop was not as good as analysts were expecting. Funds bought 12.000 contracts of soybeans, 3.000 contracts of soymeal and 6.500 contracts of soyoil. As of Saturday planting of US soybeans was 90 percent complete, versus 84 percent last year and 79 percent on an average. Condition ratings for US soybeans were 67 percent good to excellent, compared with 72 percent last year. Egypt’s GASC bought 60.000 tonnes of soyoil and 40.000 tonnes of sunflower oil in an international tender. Crude oil rose by 82 cents to $ 70,05.

Bron: Stigevo