Winter again for August 9th

  • American crude oil The coronavirus Delta delta is closed on Monday due to concerns about energy demand. The September contract lost $ 1.80 to close at $ 66.48 a barrel, but dropped 7% last week.
  • The future of the U.S. corn and soybeans fell on Monday due to the week’s heavy rainfall and weakening of the crude oil market. The future of wheat (along with corn and soybeans) could hinder exports by pushing against the US dollar. September Corn 4¾ declined to close a bu at $ 5.50¼, but joined months later. Chicago September wheat fell 7¾ fell to close at 7.11¼ bu. Kansas City In September, wheat fell 4¼ to close at $ 7.01½. Minneapolis In September, wheat lost 7½ to close at $ 9.08. August Soybeans At $ 14.33¾ a bu rose 11½ rose to close, but all of the latter months were low. August Soybean meal It earned ¢ 80 to close at $ 359.60 per ton. August Soybean oil At. 65.72, ሷል 2.31 sur to live on one pound, but all later months were low.
  • With the addition of COVID-19 cases and additional travel restrictions, concerns about the pace of economic recovery, US equity indexes fell sharply as stock prices plummeted on demand, but most ended Monday. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average It fell 106.66 points, or 0.30%, closing at 35,101.85. Of Standard and poor 500 index It closed at 4.17 points or 0.09% to close at 4,432.35. Of Nasdaq Composition It gained 24.42 points or 0.16% to close at 14,860.18.
  • Of US Dollar Index Monday was high.
  • American Gold As the dollar appreciated, futures fell again on Monday. The August contract fell by $ 36.60 to fix $ 1,723.40 per ounce.

Winter again for August 6th

  • The Future of American Corn and Wheat Friday and throughout the week amid strong international demand and concerns about corn production and wheat production in Brazil in the northern plains and the Black Sea region. The future of soybeans was high for days on new exports to China, but was low for the week as it was suitable for the next major pod filling stages to determine Middle Eastern climate. The U.S. Department of Agriculture will release its first corn and soybean estimates based on the U.S. survey on August 12, 2021. Corn It was easy to close at $ 5.55, but all the last few months have been higher. Chicago September wheat rose 6¼ rose to close at $ 7.19. Kansas City In September, wheat earned $ 14,05 to close at $ 7.05. Minneapolis September wheat added 12½ to close at ¼ 9.16¼ per bu. August Soybeans At 14.22, he jumped 19¾ to close a bu. August Soybean meal It earned $ 1.90 to close at $ 358.80 per ton; March 2022 and subsequent months were low. August Soybean oil At 3. 63.41 0. 0.94 rose to live up to one pound.
  • The United States’ major equity indexes closed sharply with the DJI and S&P 500 on Friday, and the technology failed. Prices rose sharply on the U.S. July job data, which showed strong economic recovery. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average Closing at 144,208.51, it rose 144.26 points or 0.41%. Of Standard and poor 500 index He scored 7.42 points or 0.17% to close at 4,436.52. Of Nasdaq Composition It closed 59.36 points or 0.40% to close at 14,835.76.
  • American crude oil Futures are down 7% for the week, and the strength of the US dollar and the increase in COVID-19 rates are down 7% for the week, posting fears that energy demand could fall. The September contract lost 81 and closed at $ 68.28 per barrel.
  • Of US Dollar Index Friday was the busiest Friday in July in the United States.
  • American Gold As the dollar continues to rise, the future will be Friday. The August contract fell by $ 45.10 to fix $ 1,760 per ounce.

Again for August 5

  • The future of the US corn and soybean market has closed more than expected market sales since July due to strong weekly export data. Unfortunately, on export sales data, wheat prices have declined during the winter, but in the growing region, spring wheat has risen. September Corn Rent 10 ¢ at $ 5.55¾ to close a bu. Chicago September wheat fell by $ 4.1 to close at $ 7.12. Kansas City In September, wheat lost 2¾ to close at $ 6.91½. Minneapolis September wheat gained gained to close at $ 9.03¾. August Soybeans At 0 14.02½ 1 bu dropped to close bu: From September 2021 to August 2022 it closed high and September 2022 lowed further. August Soybean meal It earned $ 3.80 to close at $ 356.90 per ton. August Soybean oil At 2. 62.47, 30 0.30 declined to live.
  • Major US equity indexes closed at the top of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq on Thursday, reaching only 0.2% below the record. The share of banking, technology and travel companies has increased, covering the concerns of CVD-19 issues as unemployment claims have been declining every week and business has been expanding. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average It rose 271.58 points, or 0.78%, to close at 35,064.25. Of Standard and poor 500 index He scored 26.44 points or 0.60% to close at 4,429.10. Of Nasdaq Composition It closed 114.58 points or 0.78% to close at 14,895.12.
  • American crude oil Tensions are running high in the Middle East and he is expected to make up for the loss on Wednesday. In September, the contract gained 94 gained to close $ 69.09 per barrel.
  • Of US Dollar Index He was weak on Thursday.
  • American Gold When investors turn to risky stocks, the future is bleak. The August contract decreased by $ 5.40 per ounce to $ 1,805.10.

Winter again for August 4

  • American crude oil Concerns about a sudden increase in U.S. crude oil reserves and an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases could reduce demand. The barrel closed at $ 2.41, or 3.4%, in September, closing $ 68.15.
  • There were fears Wednesday that economic recovery could be hurt if COVID-19 slows down and US wheat (due to high prices) is not included in major export bids. The fate of a new crop of corn has also slipped on demand concerns, further pressure on energy market weaknesses, and the effects of COVID-19 worries. The future of soybeans has been marred by weather concerns and high personal crop forecasts. September Corn At 5.45¾ a bu fell 4¾ fell to close. September 2022 and the months after that are up. Chicago September wheat 7¼ fell to close a bu at 7.17¼; The months of July 2022 and beyond are narrowly mixed. Kansas City In September, wheat lost $ 139 to close at $ 6.94. Minneapolis In September, wheat spilled 16 ¾ to close at $ 9.03. August Soybeans $ 14.03½ added 11¼ to close bu. August Soybean meal It earned $ 5.30 to close at $ 353.10 per ton. August Soybean oil At 2. 62.77 ለመ, it declined by 0.50 to live.
  • With the addition of COVID-19 cases, more than 300 points were made on the tragic data that could indicate a weakening of economic recovery, but other key indicators were mixed. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average It dropped 323.73 points or 0.92%, closing at 34,792.67. Of Standard and poor 500 index It closed 20.49 points or 0.46% to close at 4,402.66. Of Nasdaq Composition It closed 19.24 points or 0.13% to close at 14,780.53.
  • Of USD Wednesday’s index for the second day was high.
  • American Gold The future is up for Wednesday. The August contract increased by $ 40,810.50 per ounce.

Winter again for August 3

  • The U.S. Department of Agriculture expects the soybean crop ratings on Tuesday to hit the soybean complex. The future of corn has also declined. Wheat’s fate was largely low, but crop opportunities in North America and Russia declined, with losses seized and even four front contracts in Kansas City raised. September Corn At 5.50½ a bu fell 8¼ fell to close. Chicago In September, wheat fell 5 fell to close at $ 7.24½. Kansas City September wheat added $ 4 to close at $ 7.07. Minneapolis September wheat 3 shed at 9.19¾ to close one bu. August Soybeans At $ 13.92¼, a bu fell 26½ fell to close. August Soybean meal It dropped $ 9.40 to close at $ 347.80 per ton. August Soybean oil At 3. 63.27 1. 1.35 decline to live per pound.
  • Widespread growth in U.S. stocks rallied on U.S. equities on Tuesday, and the S&P 500 hit another record high. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average 278.24 points, or 0.80%, closed at 35,116.40. Of Standard and poor 500 index It closed 35.99 points or 0.82% to close at 4,423.15. Of Nasdaq Composition It closed 80.23 points or 0.55% to close at 14,761.29.
  • American crude oil The future was low on Tuesday, with the September contract closing at $ 70.56 and losing $ 70.56.
  • Of USD The index ended its downturn last week and rose to Tuesday.
  • American Gold As the US dollar fluctuated, the future declined. The August deal fell from $ 8 to $ 1,810.10 per ounce.