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Tsarizm (blog)Russian Wheat Expected to Benefit From Mild Weather, Good Snow CoverTsarizm (blog)A mild early start to the Russian winter bodes well for a banner crop of wheat as Russia tries to maintain its role as the world's biggest exporter of grains. No cold snaps are expected and snow conditions are favorable. “We have a fairly snowy winter ...
Cold Weather on Tap in December NatGas Bidweek Action, But Markets Skittish After Getting Burned - Natural Gas Intelligence
Natural Gas IntelligenceCold Weather on Tap in December NatGas Bidweek Action, But Markets Skittish After Getting BurnedNatural Gas Intelligence... trading days on calls for a cold weather pattern to develop in the coming week, some overnight model runs that suggested that same cold pattern might not be as strong as previously thought prompted a 15.4 cent sell-off to test the $3.00 area ...and more »
Grain, Soybean Futures End Week With a BounceFox BusinessThe Commodity Weather Group said that scattered rains over the weekend would reach up to half of the country's corn and oilseed, but that would mostly give way to dryness. Around a quarter to a third of Argentine crops were at most imminent risk of ...and more »
BloombergRussian Wheat Expected to Benefit From Mild Weather, Good Snow CoverBloombergFavorable weather expected at the start of the Russian winter will help planted wheat, according to Commodity Weather Group. Currently, no major cold snaps are seen in southern Russia and Ukraine, while snow cover is projected to be adequate ...and more »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, December 1Agriculture.comDry weather is now forecast for parts of Argentina in the next six to 15 days, according to Commodity Weather Group. That could hurt production in the South American country. Still, the forecaster said, weather models are split on whether it'll be ...and more »
NatGas Market Skittish Over Warm Shift in Next Week's Cold Pattern; Bearish Storage No Help - Natural Gas Intelligence
Natural Gas IntelligenceNatGas Market Skittish Over Warm Shift in Next Week's Cold Pattern; Bearish Storage No HelpNatural Gas IntelligenceMeanwhile, warm temperatures leading up to next week's cold had the spot market reeling, and the NGI National Spot Gas Average tumbled 18 cents to $2.78/MMBtu. After venturing above $3.210 a day earlier, January natural gas settled at $3.025 Thursday ...and more »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, November 30Agriculture.comSoybeans and grains were slightly lower in overnight trading after trading higher yesterday on favorable growing weather in South America. Rain is forecast for the next two weeks in much of northern Brazil, which will aid crop development, according to ...Evening markets: wheat, corn gain as expiry looms. Coffee futures up tooAgrimoney.comall 12 news articles »
Evening markets: wheat, corn gain as expiry looms. Coffee futures up tooAgrimoney.comIn Paris, March soft milling wheat futures bounced 1.4% from their contract closing low to the last session to end this one at E161.50 a tonne, helped by Algeria's purchase of 570,000 tonnes of the grain – believed largely from France - at prices ...and more »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, November 29Agriculture.comBeans fell on forecasts for rain in parts of northern Brazil in the next two weeks, which should boost crops in the region. Intermittent showers are expected in much of western Argentina through Sunday and again on Wednesday, Commodity Weather Group ...GRAINS-Wheat pauses after two-day slideDaily Mailall 61 news articles »
BloombergYuletide Weather Will Make or Break This US Natural Gas RallyBloombergThere are some signs that bone-chilling cold is on the way, but models aren't showing it yet, Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland, told clients in a daily note. Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal.and more »
GRAINS-Wheat pauses after two-day slideDaily MailForecasts called for scattered rain in parts of Argentina in the week ahead, although models differed as to the amount and there was a risk of moisture declining again next week, the Commodity Weather Group said in a note. (Reporting by Naveen Thukral ...and more »
UkrAgroConsultWill the correct Argentine weather outlook please stand upUkrAgroConsultLooking further ahead, Commodity Weather Group issued a warning that Argentina could see dry and hot conditions in January and February, with north east Brazil to prove dry too. And coming against a backdrop of growing confidence in a La Nina, if a ...
Financial TimesFive factors set to unlock coffee stalemateFinancial TimesCoffee trees tend to alternate between “on” years and “off” years as they recover from a good harvest, and 2018 is an on year for Brazil. Many analysts are forecasting bumper crops, with Dutch lender Rabobank predicting a record 59m 60kg bags to be ...
Will the correct Argentine weather outlook please stand upAgrimoney.comLooking further ahead, Commodity Weather Group issued a warning that Argentina could see dry and hot conditions in January and February, with north east Brazil to prove dry too. And coming against a backdrop of growing confidence in a La Nina, if a ...
Soybean Futures Rise Before ThanksgivingFox BusinessMeanwhile, traders continue to look to South American weather for indications of next year's global supply outlook. The Commodity Weather Group said that current forecasts offer rain relief to half of the driest corn and soybeans in Argentina, where ...and more »
Agriculture.comSouthern Plains Likely Dry Through Winter, Lack of Rain May Hurt WheatAgriculture.comHard-red winter wheat growers in the southern Plains are facing chances of below-normal precipitation through February, continuing a streak of dry weather that's persisted in the past month. Commodity Weather Group said in its seasonal agricultural ...
GrainewsWheat Futures Rise on Concerns About Radioactivity in RussiaFox BusinessRussian weather officials6 confirmed a sharp increase in radioactivity in the Ural Mountains, said AgResource Co. in a note to clients, following prior warnings from French officials. Analysts said the source of the contamination was unclear, though ...3 Big Things Today, November 20Agriculture.comall 43 news articles »
December NatGas Trades Lower on Lack of Consistent Cold; Cash FlatNatural Gas IntelligenceThere remains a lot of noise in the weather data, Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers told NGI. Rogers said the current outlook shows "warm-sided variability, just not as crazy warm as last year." The American forecast ensembles came in ...
Agriculture.comGrain, Soybean Futures Mixed on Outside MarketsFox BusinessBut the Commodity Weather Group said that lingering patches of dryness will continue to stress corn and soybean crops. Continue Reading Below. ADVERTISEMENT. Traders are looking for signs that a La Nina weather system, which typically casuses ...3 Big Things Today, November 20 | Successful FarmingAgriculture.comall 19 news articles »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, November 20Agriculture.comRainfall in Brazil over the weekend benefited several growing areas in Brazil including Mato Grosso, Parana and Goias, Commodity Weather Group said. The best rains in the next two weeks are forecast in northern Brazil, where corn, soybeans and coffee ...and more »