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Natural Gas IntelligenceNatGas Price Bulls Take A Modest Hit In Weekly TradingNatural Gas IntelligenceCommodity Weather Group data showed the European Ensemble rising 3.3 cooling degree days (CDDs), the American Ensemble -0.7 CDD, and the Canadian Ensemble -2.3 CDD. Adding the three together gives a rise of just 0.3 CDD or a negligible change ...and more »
Moderating Temps Pull The Plug On NatGas Cash; Futures Sleepwalk LowerNatural Gas IntelligenceCommodity Weather Group data showed the European Ensemble rising 3.3 cooling degree days (CDDs), the American Ensemble -0.7 CDD, and the Canadian Ensemble -2.3 CDD. Adding the three together gives a rise of just 0.3 CDD or a negligible change ...and more »
GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the DayFox BusinessThe Commodity Weather Group said Friday morning that portions of Midwestern corn and soybean growing areas would be on the dry side through mid-August, despite beneficial cooler temperatures. Meanwhile, drought conditions in the northern Plains and ...and more »
Corn Futures Rise After Week of LossesFox BusinessThe Commodity Weather Group said Friday morning that portions of Midwestern corn and soybean growing areas would be on the dry side through mid-August, despite beneficial cooler temperatures. Meanwhile, drought conditions in the northern Plains and ...and more »
Lean Storage Build on Tap; September Called 2 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence"No significant changes are noted in the front of the forecast," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in its morning report to clients. "The East Coast has edged cooler for the one- to 10-day, while the Midwest is about flat to ...
NatGas Cash Stumbles, Futures Inch Higher; September Adds 2 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence"No significant changes are noted in the past 24 hours," said Matt Rogers of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients. "The six- to 10-day is a bit cooler Midwest, but slightly hotter across the South and Pacific Northwest again. The 11 ...
Traders Have $2.65 In Sight, Yet September Called A Penny HigherNatural Gas Intelligence"No significant changes are noted in the past 24 hours," said Matt Rogers of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients. "The six- to 10-day is a bit cooler Midwest, but slightly hotter across the South and Pacific Northwest again. The 11 ...
PM markets: sugar, coffee in vogue - grains out of fashionAgrimoney.comWhile there will be dry areas, "shifting around", according to Commodity Weather Group, "at now time are they exceeding 20-25% of the Corn Belt - not enough to spur bottom picking" in futures ahead of the US Department of Agriculture's next flagship ...
AM markets: grains aim at weak close to July. Palm oil gainsAgrimoney.comCommodity Weather Group forecast a "dry, mild pattern" in the Midwest this week, and "wetter Wednesday-to-Friday", particularly in central and south eastern South Dakota, north and central Nebraska, far north western and eastern Iowa, eastern Illinois ...and more »
Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished HigherLive Trading NewsCommodity Weather Group said in a report earlier this week that the chances of rainfall are below normal for the month of August, which likely will further hurt Spring crops. On the week, Corn futures fell 0.9%, Soybean futures edged up 0.5%. CBOT soft ...and more »
Chicago agricultural commodities settle higherHellenic Shipping News WorldwideCommodity Weather Group said in a report earlier this week that the chances of rainfall are below normal for the month of August, which likely will further hurt spring crops. For the week, corn futures fell 0.9 percent, while soybean futures edged up 0 ...
Agriculture.comWheat Higher in Early Trading as Spring Tour Shows Lower YieldsAgriculture.comOnly isolated or scattered showers are expected this weekend in the state and no severe storms are forecast, according to the National Weather Service. Commodity Weather Group said in a report earlier this week that the chances of rainfall are below ...and more »
GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the DayFox BusinessGrain and soybean futures rose on renewed weather concerns, as less rain fell on the Corn Belt than expected. Corn and soybean fields in Iowa, a key crop-growing state, got less moisture than initially thought and forecasters only expect significant ...
Seeking AlphaDrier Weather Pushes Grain, Soybean Futures HigherFox BusinessThat puts up to a quarter of Midwest crops at risk of stress, Commodity Weather Group said. Fast-changing prospects for rain and temperatures have meant a volatile week in the grain-and-oilseed market as traders bet on shifting forecasts. "Nobody wants ...GRAINS-US corn, soybeans fall on cool, wet forecast; wheat fallsReuters AfricaAM markets: speedy US cold front pushes grain prices lowerAgrimoney.comall 99 news articles »
Atlantic hurricane season in 2017 seen more active than normalTimes of IndiaForecaster Named Hurricanes Major Date Storms Hurricanes Commodity Weather Group 13 7 3 24-Jul IBM's The Weather Co 15 8 3 24-Jul Global Weather Oscillations 16 8 4 20-Jul Rockwell Collins' Wilkens Weather 14 7 3 12-Jul Colorado State University ...and more »
Excessive Rain in Eastern Midwest Likely to Continue Through Weekend as Crop Prospects DimAgriculture.comCommodity Weather Group in its seasonal agriculture outlook said it expects “patchy” dryness to linger in the Midwest in August. Maps in the report show below-normal precipitation will continue through the month in much of the northern edge of the U.S. ...
Seeking AlphaGrain, Soybean Futures Selloff ContinuesFox BusinessDryness may continue in as much as 25% of corn-and-soybean growing regions, the Commodity Weather Group said, but less hot and dry weather should prevent serious yield loss. That had traders scaling back bets prices would rise, particularly after ...GRAINS-US wheat, corn and soybean futures post sharp declinesReuters AfricaAM markets: speedy US cold front pushes grain prices lowerAgrimoney.comall 57 news articles »
Manitoba Co-operatorGRAINS-US corn, soybeans fall on cool, wet forecast; wheat fallsReuters Africa"Rains expand tonight through Thursday from northwest Midwest into Ohio Valley," Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients. Wheat futures also fell, led lower by a 3.6 percent drop in MGEX spring wheat . U.S. wheat was seen as too pricey for ...AM markets: speedy US cold front pushes grain prices lowerAgrimoney.comall 41 news articles »
AM markets: speedy US cold front pushes grain prices lowerAgrimoney.comSure, the forecast for the drought-hit spring wheat belt has turned "slightly wetter", said Commodity Weather Group, and this after some precipitation last week. However, last week's moisture "across the US spring wheat areas may have come too late to ...and more »
3 Big Things Today, July 21Agriculture.comCorn and beans were lower overnight as some rain will aid crops in much of the northern Midwest next week and on profit-taking after prices rose yesterday. Rainfall in the Midwest will aid corn and soybean filling in all but the southwest quarter of ...and more »

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