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Market Commentary from the Northern Ag Network:11/19/2018 2:00 PM
January soybeans fell 18 1/2 cents Monday after the U.S. and China could not come to terms for a concluding statement at the weekend's Pacific Rim summit. Corn and all three wheats also finished lower, influenced by soybeans and the slow pace of wheat exports.
March Kansas City wheat fell 7 3/4 cents to a new 2018 low of $4.98 3/4, taking cash HRW wheat prices below $4.50 for the first time in six months. It will be interesting later Monday to see if USDA notes any planting progress in winter wheat the past week. Very little planting seems likely at this late date, especially in Southern Plain states like Arkansas where weather has been hostile. Much of the focus this time of year is on the demand side of the market and in that regard, the pace of wheat exports remains sluggish, especially for HRW wheat. USDA did show an increase in last week's wheat inspections on Monday, but total inspections remain well below USDA's expectation for a 14% increase, at 18% below a year ago. Based on cash prices, SRW wheat and spring wheat continue to trend sideways, while the trend in HRW wheat turned lower on Monday's close. DTN's National HRW index closed at $4.55 Friday, 28 cents below the December contract and holding above support at $4.50. Similarly, DTN's National SRW index closed at $4.75 Friday.
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