The next USDA report is Crop Production: November 9, 2017.
Market Comments for October 17, 2017
The markets saw some profit taking today with soybeans failing to continue the rally from last week. A daily sales announcement of 115K MT and 146K MT of corn sold to Mexico and unknown helped limit the losses in corn which saw some weakness from the lack of support in beans. Beans struggled again today due to harvest pressure and the non-immediate threat of planting delays in Brazil. Wheat traded on both sides today with pressure seen from Black Sea supplies and a firmer dollar. Winter wheat is reported at 60% planted this week.
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