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Technical Picture Improving But Traders Cautious; September Called 4 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... summer cooling season continues to fade faster than normal with another round of slightly cooler changes today for the Midwest to East through especially the front 10 days of the forecast period," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group.and more »
Manitoba Co-operatorUSDA soy, corn estimates questionedWestern ProducerCommodity Weather Group has analyzed seven years with similar rainfall patterns and temperatures in the Midwest and similar crop condition ratings. The final yields in those years ranged from 40 to 50 bu. per acre. The USDA is already at the high end ...USDA Drops Soybean Crop's Rating, Raises CornAppsforPCdailyall 19 news articles »
ExpressNewslineDry weather leads to another decline in crop conditionsExpressNewslineAbout 70 percent of US corn and soybean growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to forecasts by the Commodity Weather Group. "One of the larger surprises for forecasted yield came from Indiana". Nine percent is rated in poor ...USDA Drops Soybean Crop's Rating, Raises CornAppsforPCdailyall 14 news articles »
Agriculture.comRain in Northern Plains: Iowa Will Boost Crop Prospects, Still Too Late for Some GrowersAgriculture.comThe good news for producers in the region who have crops left to grow: The rain will continue for much of the northern Plains for at least the next seven days, said Joel Widenor, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. “It ...and more »
Hoosier Ag TodayCorn slips as US crop rating improves, wheat also retreatsHellenic Shipping News WorldwideAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn and soybean growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to forecasts by the Commodity Weather Group. Meanwhile, U.S. soybean suppliers are expected to face stiff competition from Brazil where ...GRAINS-Corn falls nearly 1 pct on USDA crop condition reportReuters AfricaGRAINS-Corn eases as U.S. crop rating improves, wheat gives up ...ReutersSoy, spring wheat extend losses on technicals, US weatherTimes of Indiaall 93 news articles »
KIWARadio.comGRAINS-Corn falls nearly 1 pct on USDA crop condition reportReuters AfricaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn and soybean growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. MARKET NEWS * The dollar edged higher against the yen on Tuesday, pulling away from a recent four-month ...Soy, spring wheat extend losses on technicals, US weatherTimes of Indiaall 47 news articles »
ICE Canada canola futures fall to 10-day lowWestern ProducerAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. USDA after the close of trading said 59 percent of the U.S. soybean crop was rated good to excellent, down ...and more »
GRAINS-Soy, spring wheat extend losses on technicals, US weatherReuters AfricaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. USDA after the close of trading said 59 percent of the U.S. soybean crop was rated good to excellent, down 1 ...
GRAINS-Soy, spring wheat extend losses on technicals, US weatherReuters AfricaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. USDA after the close of trading said 59 percent of the U.S. soybean crop was rated good to excellent, down 1 ...
GRAINS-Soy, spring wheat extend losses on technicals, US weatherReuters AfricaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. USDA after the close of trading said 59 percent of the U.S. soybean crop was rated good to excellent, down 1 ...
GRAINS-Soy, spring wheat extend losses on technicals, US weatherReuters AfricaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. USDA after the close of trading said 59 percent of the U.S. soybean crop was rated good to excellent, down 1 ...
Hoosier Ag TodayGRAINS-Wheat, soy extend losses on technicals, US weatherReuters AfricaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. "We took a lot of wind out of the sails for the bulls on Thursday. We're seeing some follow-through selling ...Corn slips as US crop rating improves, wheat also retreatsHellenic Shipping News WorldwideGRAINS-Corn eases as U.S. crop rating improves, wheat gives up ...ReutersSoy, spring wheat extend losses on technicals, US weatherTimes of Indiaall 95 news articles »
GRAINS-Wheat, soy extend losses on technicals, US weatherReuters AfricaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. "We took a lot of wind out of the sails for the bulls on Thursday. We're seeing some follow-through selling ...
Wheat, soy extend losses on technicals, US weatherTimes of IndiaAbout 70 percent of U.S. corn- and soybean-growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to the Commodity Weather Group. "We took a lot of wind out of the sails for the bulls on Thursday. We're seeing some follow-through selling ...and more »
Corn, soy numbers in USDA report called too highWestern ProducerCommodity Weather Group has analyzed seven years with similar rainfall patterns and temperatures in the Midwest and similar crop condition ratings. ADVERTISMENT. The final yields in those years ranged from 40 to 50 bu. per acre. The USDA is already at ...and more »
Meet the GangWashington PostHe is President and co-founder of the Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Md., which focuses on weather risks for the energy and agriculture sectors. Matt was previously the Director of Weather for MDA EarthSat Weather in Rockville, Md., and he has ...
Viewpoint: Seasonal diesel spikes unlikely this winterArgus MediaThe upcoming winter, December through February, is expected to be warmer than the 30-year average, but colder than last winter, according to Commodity Weather Group. Forecasters also expect October to be cooler than last year. A colder winter compared ...
Weather Models Mostly Unchanged; September Called a Penny HigherNatural Gas IntelligenceThere was little change observed in overnight weather models. "No major changes are noted overnight and the net model adjustments over the past 24 hours feature mostly slightly same-day losses," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group.
GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the DayFox Business16:20 ET - The US soybean crop improved last week, according to the USDA. The share of oilseeds in good-or-excellent condition inched higher to 60% as of Sunday, up from 59% last week. That's the second consecutive week of better ratings, due in part ...
ReutersGrain, Soybean Futures RallyFox BusinessThe Commodity Weather Group expects 25% to 30% of corn and soybeans, mostly in Iowa, Illinois and the northern Plains, to be under notable moisture stress as a result. In particular, drought continues to sear crops in the Dakotas. "The general feeling ...Corn Futures Recovers From LossesFSM News (registration) (blog)all 26 news articles »

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