Winter again for August 24th

  • Crude oil prices have risen, U.S. crop yields have declined, and exports to China have boosted soy futures for a second day on Tuesday. Slover support and similar crop conditions in the Middle West have boosted the future of maize. The day before, wheat was plundered and plundered. September Corn $ 5.44½ added 6½ added to close bu. Chicago September wheat fell 1¾ ed to close at $ 7.18. Kansas City Although the latter months have merged, September wheat remained stable at $ 7.04¼. Minneapolis Although later joined by contracts, the September 6 wheat gained 6 gained to close at $ 9.30¾. September Soybeans Raised 43a to close at $ 13.37 bu. September Soybean meal It increased by $ 8.30 to close at $ 354.90 per ton. September Soybean oil At 1. 61.09, he earned 8 1.84 to live on.
  • Shares of banks, oil producers and travel industry helped boost US equity markets, and technology Nasadak rose to 50th place for the first time in its history by more than 15,000 points. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average Closing at 35,366.26 increased by 30.55 points or 0.09%. Of Standard and Poor 500 Index It closed at 4.70 points or 0.15% to close at 4,486.23. Of Nasdaq Composition It closed 77.15 points or 0.52% to close at 15,019.80.
  • American crude oil Next Tuesday, the October deal rose $ 1.90 to close at $ 67.54 per barrel.
  • Of US Dollar Index The third consecutive meeting was canceled on Tuesday.
  • American Gold As the dollar depreciates, futures continue to rise, with the August contract rising $ 2.40 to adjust $ 1,805.60 per ozone.

Winter again for August 23rd

  • Growing soybean oil helped shape the future of soybeans on Monday, but was limited by major U.S. soybean production and rainy weekends in the westwest. International wheat prices and the weakening US dollar have boosted much of the wheat’s future. Over the next five months, the future of corn has declined in anticipation of a major US crop and the demand for biofuel producers. September Corn Dropped $ 5.38 to close on a bu; September 2022 and above were higher. Chicago In September, wheat was added at 7. 5,33 to close at $ 7.33. Kansas City September wheat rose 2¼ rose to close at $ 7.04¼ $ bu. Minneapolis Although the terms were later incorporated, September wheat received ¼ 6 ለመ to close at $ 9.24¾. September Soybeans It is set to close at $ 12.94. September Soybean meal It dropped $ 6.70 to close at $ 346.60 per ton. September Soybean oil At 9. 59.25, he earned 7 1.76 to live on.
  • U.S. equity markets grew on Monday from technology stocks to Pfizer, Inc. The COVID-19 vaccine has been fully approved by US regulators. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average Closing at 35,335.71 increased by 215.63 points or 0.61%. Of Standard and Poor 500 Index It closed 37.86 points or 0.85% to close at 4,479.53. Of Nasdaq Composition It jumped 227.99 points or 1.55% to close at 14,942.65.
  • American crude oil On Monday, the contract will increase by $ 3.50 or 5.6% in October, closing at $ 65.64 per barrel and ending a seven-day daily decline that includes the longest start in 17 months.
  • Of US Dollar Index Inflation resumed on Friday.
  • American Gold As the dollar depreciated, futures rose, and the August contract raised $ 22.20 to complete $ 1,803.20 per ozone.

Winter again for August 20th

  • Dakota and surrounding U.S. crop areas are expected to receive significant rainfall over the weekend, lower crude oil prices, and gold futures weigh on the future of grain and oil. The future of maize is also hampered by the findings of the Pro Farmer crop tour, which estimates more than average maize production in Iowa. September Corn It fell 11¼ fell to close at 5.38¾ bu. Chicago In September, wheat fell 13¼ fell to close at $ 7.14¼. Kansas City September wheat declined 13½ to close at $ 7.02. Minneapolis Although all future contracts have been reduced, September wheat has grown 1¼ ed to close at $ 9.18½. September Soybeans It dropped 29¼ to close a bu at $ 12.93¾. September Soybean meal It costs $ 1.80 to close a ton at $ 353.30. September Soybean oil At 7. 57.49 3. 3.11 fell to live.
  • A week-long trading session closed on Friday in the US stock market, but posting weekly losses due to fears that slow growth in China and an increase in coronavirus cases could slow US recovery. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average Closing at 35,120.08 increased by 225.96 points or 0.65%. Of Standard and Poor 500 Index It closed 35.87 points or 0.81% to close at 4,441.67. Of Nasdaq Composition It jumped 172.88 points or 1.19% to close at 14,714.66.
  • American crude oil Futures are set to fall on Friday, with contracts ending in September to close at $ 1.3 to $ 62.32, and $ 1.36 to close at $ 62.14 per barrel in October.
  • Of US Dollar Index Friday was low.
  • American Gold As the dollar depreciated and the future progressed, the August contract rose to $ 1,781 per በ 80.

Winter again for August 19

  • According to rainfall forecasts in the northwest, the sharp decline in crude oil and metals, which could increase soybean production, has boosted the future of maize and soybeans. The weakness of the corn and soybean explosion and the strong US dollar wheat futures to rebound on Thursday. September Corn It fell 11¾ fell to close at $ 5.50. Chicago In September, wheat fell 9¾ fell to close at $ 7.27½. Kansas City In September, wheat fell 8¼ to close at $ 7.15. Minneapolis In September, wheat fell 6 fell to close at $ 9.17. September Soybeans It dropped 35¼ to close at $ 13.23. September Soybean meal It dropped $ 6.10 to close at $ 351.50 per ton. September Soybean oil At. 60.60 a pound fell 1.33 fell.
  • U.S. equity markets closed after Thursday’s trade deficit. Of Dow Jones Industrial Average It fell 66.57 points, or 0.19%, closing at 34,894.12. Of Standard and Poor 500 Index It closed 5.53 points or 0.13% to close at 4,405.80. Of Nasdaq Composition It closed 15.57 points or 0.11% to close at 14,541.79.
  • American crude oil Continuing to fall on Thursday, the September contract expires at $ 1.77 per barrel to $ 63.69 and the October contract to $ 63.50 per barrel.
  • Of US Dollar Index High Thursday.
  • American Gold On Thursday, the August contract fell by $ 1.40 to end $ 1,780.20 per ounce.

Winter again for August 18th

  • One day after the fall of more than 3%, the future of wheat has stabilized and on Wednesday most of the negotiations have been completed. The event raised most of the future of the corn, although this week marks the sixth straight week in declining rainfall and ethanol production in the Midwest. The future of soybeans has fallen somewhat as rainfall forecasts and global vegetable oil prices have weakened. September Corn Rise 3½ ¾ to close at $ 5.61¾ bu. Chicago In September, wheat was added at 7.37¼ to close a bu 2¾. Extended contracts have been modified or not changed. Kansas City September wheat grew 7 advanced to close at 7.23¾ one bu. Minneapolis In September, wheat rose $ 2 to close at $ 9.23. September Soybeans It dropped 10¾ to close a bu at 13.58¼. September Soybean meal It dropped $ 2.50 to close at $ 357.50 a ton. September Soybean oil At 1. 61.93, he fell 0.61 fell to rest one pound.
  • Following the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes on Wednesday, most of the officials, who have been sliding between small gains and losses for most of Wednesday, will see the central bank recover as the central bank begins its recession at some point this year. . Of Dow Jones Industrial Average It fell 382.59 points, or 1.08%, and closed at 34,960.69. Of Standard and Poor 500 Index 47.81 points or 1.07% fell to close at 4,400.27. Of Nasdaq Composition It closed 130.27 points or 0.89% to close at 14,525.91.
  • American crude oil Futures continued to fall on Wednesday, with the September contract approaching $ 1.13 per barrel at $ 65.46.
  • Of US Dollar Index The current contract is simplified, but has been updated for December.
  • American Gold Futures are down on Wednesday, with an August contract lowing $ 3.40 to complete a $ 1,781.60 deal.