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Cotton rally frays, as benign weather undermines 'rude shock'Agrimoney.comA benign weather outlook for the southern US put the dampeners on a revival in cotton futures spurred by the "rude shock" of data showing that the country's sowings of the fibre had risen less than had been thought. US cotton futures for December eased ...
AM markets: weather, funds help grain futures jump into JulyAgrimoney.comAnd drought worries are not diminishing, with the northern US spring wheat belt set for "only patchy rains the next 10 days", said Commodity Weather Group, cautioning over temperatures rising into the "low 100s" degrees Fahrenheit through Thursday in ...and more »
BloombergA Shrinking Spread Shows Gas Market Is Far From Over the GlutBloombergTemperatures are expected to be normal from east Texas to the Northeast through July 14, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC. That means people won't be using as much power to cool off, said John Kilduff, partner at Again Capital LLC in New York ...
Europe's Parched Wheat Fields Get Some Relief as Heat Wave EasesBloombergShowers are expected to fall across the region's main growing areas throughout this week, according to Commodity Weather Group and MDA Weather Services. That may ease a moisture shortage and limit any further yield losses during the crucial grain ...
Duluth News TribuneDusty wheat fields signal peak for glutDuluth News TribuneWhile eastern states have seen favorable soil moisture, below-average rains in the west triggered unfavorable planting conditions. Ongoing dryness may reduce wheat acreage, according to Commodity Weather Group. - China: While the USDA forecasts that ...and more »
The Spokesman-ReviewDusty wheat fields signal peak for glutThe Spokesman-ReviewWhile eastern states have seen favorable soil moisture, below-average rains in the west triggered unfavorable planting conditions. Ongoing dryness may reduce wheat acreage, according to Commodity Weather Group. China: While the USDA forecasts that ...and more »
STLtoday.comDusty wheat fields signal peak for glutSTLtoday.com... to the latest government forecast. While eastern states have seen favorable soil moisture, below-average rains in the west triggered unfavorable planting conditions. Ongoing dryness may reduce wheat acreage, according to Commodity Weather Group.and more »
Dusty wheat fields signal peak for glutLockport Union-Sun & JournalWhile eastern states have seen favorable soil moisture, below-average rains in the west triggered unfavorable planting conditions. Ongoing dryness may reduce wheat acreage, according to Commodity Weather Group. - China: While the USDA forecasts that ...Google News
BloombergDusty Fields Signal a Peak for the Global Wheat GlutBloomberg... to the latest government forecast. While eastern states have seen favorable soil moisture, below-average rains in the west triggered unfavorable planting conditions. Ongoing dryness may reduce wheat acreage, according to Commodity Weather Group.
Chicago agricultural commodities close mixedXinhuaCooler temperatures were forecast during the next week for developing corn and spring wheat crops in the U.S. Midwest and northern Plains. A widespread rain event was also predicted around the end of the month, according to Commodity Weather Group.and more »
Agriculture.comCorn, Beans Mixed, Wheat Rises on Dry Weather in Northern PlainsAgriculture.comIn the longer-term, rains will likely increase in the latter half of the 16- to 30-day period, which should help crops, but in the northern Plains dry weather likely will expand and increase drought stress on spring wheat, according to Commodity ...and more »
The Union LeaderTropical Storm Cindy weakens slightly ahead of Gulf Coast landfallThe Union Leader“The big story here is going to be a large area of rain across the southern portion of the U.S.,” said Matt Rogers, president and co-founder of Commodity Weather Group. Cindy could drop between 6 and 9 inches of rain and bring as much as 15 inches to ...Tropical Storm Cindy Weakens Slightly Ahead of US Gulf Coast LandfallU.S. News & World ReportGulf of Mexico Storm Cindy threatens shipping, crude importsWorldOil (subscription)all 2,135 news articles »
ReutersTropical Storm Cindy weakens slightly ahead of US Gulf Coast landfallReutersOutages at refineries could drive up gasoline prices. "The big story here is going to be a large area of rain across the southern portion of the U.S.," said Matt Rogers, president and co-founder of Commodity Weather Group. Cindy could drop between 6 ...Gulf of Mexico Storm Cindy Disrupts Shipping, Crude ImportsBloombergWeather NewsABC NewsCindy to raise the risk of flooding in part of northeastern US - AccuWeatherAccuWeather.comall 3,863 news articles »Google News
NasdaqTropical Storm Cindy weakens slightly ahead of US Gulf Coast landfallNasdaq(New throughout, adds comment from Commodity Weather Group, context on refining capacity, storm fatality, updates on oil operations, National Hurricane Center) By Liz HamptonJune 21 (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Cindy weakened slightly on Wednesday ...Gulf of Mexico Storm Cindy threatens shipping, crude importsWorldOil (subscription)all 1,864 news articles »
CBS NewsTropical Storm Cindy Weakens Slightly Ahead of US Gulf Coast LandfallU.S. News & World Report(Reuters) - Tropical Storm Cindy weakened slightly on Wednesday afternoon as it headed toward landfall on the Texas-Louisiana border, but it still threatened to bring flash floods from Texas to Florida, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).Gulf of Mexico Storm Cindy threatens shipping, crude importsWorldOil (subscription)all 1,740 news articles »
Have Natural Gas Prices Hit A Bottom?Baystreet.caThe Commodity Weather Group LLC expects temperature to be below normal in the central U.S. and average on the East and gulf coasts from June 24 to June 28. A cooler summer implies reduced natural gas demand, which is causing prices to fall.Google News
Have Natural Gas Prices Hit A Bottom?Seeking AlphaNatural gas is mainly used for electricity generation. During summers and winters, the demand for electricity increases. The Commodity Weather Group LLC expects temperature to be below normal in the central U.S. and average on the East and gulf coasts ...and more »
Gulf of Mexico storm Cindy disrupts shipping, crude importsStandard-Examiner“It's essentially a demand destroyer for the Deep South,” said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. “No production concerns really.” Cindy could bring 6 to 9 inches (15 to 23 centimeters) of rain across parts of ...and more »
Have Natural Gas Prices Hit A Bottom?OilPrice.comThe Commodity Weather Group LLC expects temperature to be below normal in the central U.S. and average on the East and gulf coasts from June 24 to June 28. A cooler summer implies reduced natural gas demand, which is causing prices to fall.
Dallas NewsTropical Storm Cindy shuts down Gulf oil terminal, forces rig evacuationsDallas News"It's essentially a demand destroyer for the Deep South," said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. "No production concerns really." Cindy could bring 6 to 9 inches of rain across parts of Louisiana ...and more »

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