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Market Commentary from the Northern Ag Network: 4/28/2017 10:00 PM
July Chicago wheat was up 2 1/4 cents early, continuing to show a modest bounce higher this week with a threat that heavy rains the next few days will inflict damage on wheat crops from eastern Oklahoma into Illinois. Wheat prices are also getting some benefit from cold weather in the northern U.S. and Canada and from dry weather in western Europe. Wheat crops are considered in good condition in eastern Europe, Ukraine, southern Russia, and China. The Wheat Quality Council's Kansas Wheat tour begins next week and DTN's Crops Technology Editor Pam Smith will be there, giving us direct reports on crop conditions. Technically, July Chicago wheat remains in a downtrend, but with weather in play and noncommercials heavily net short, short-covering rallies are possible.
July corn was down 2 cents early Friday with rain falling around Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri and cold temperatures staying in the northern Plains. The next few days will bring a broad coverage of rain over the Corn Belt with especially heavy amounts from eastern Oklahoma through Illinois. In South America, DTN's seven-day forecast is mostly dry which will be good for corn harvest progress in Argentina and should not be a problem for Brazil's second corn crop. July corn has kept a low profile in the month of April and remains in a sideway range with prices holding above support at $3.61 3/4.
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