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Beef, pork stocks imply strong demand

The smaller-than-normal rise in frozen meat stocks came despite hefty monthly increases in beef and pork production, implying demand was strong and outpaced supplies.

After the Bell | September 22, 2022

Winter wheat climbs near three-month highs on concern over Ukraine; corn also firmer, soybeans weaker.

Market Watch | September 22, 2022

Cash cotton prices plunge.

England Moves to Restart Fracking | September 22, 2022

China says Inflation Reduction Act EV policy violates WTO rules, Argentine wheat crop estimates are shrinking and Biden offers more funding to combat global hunger...

Drought expands, intensifies across HRW areas

Drought conditions expanded and intensified in HRW areas of the Plains over the past week.

U.S. Weekly Export Sales to China Notable in Wheat, Meats

Japan intervenes to support yen | $2.9 bil. in U.S. global food aid | Protests in Russia, Iran

Corn export sales continue to lag, soybeans remain steady

Weekly export sales data through week ended Sept. 15 revealed corn export sales for the week continued to fall behind year-ago levels by 50%, while soybeans remained steadily ahead.

First Thing Today | September 22, 2022

Winter wheat markets and corn futures are mildly favoring the downside after two-sided trade overnight, while soybeans and spring wheat are mixed.