Morning Market Insight
February 23 2015
Stetson Senyak
Grain Marketing Specialist

Corn: Down 1 as of 7:45
December 2015 corn futures closed at $4.16 ¼ Friday, which leaves the average price through Feb. 20 at $4.1577. The average price for the month of February will serve as the base price for 2015 crop insurance.
Corn inventories were projected decreasing by 140m bushels from this season's nine-year high to 1.687bn bushels.
T-storm Weather: It would be ideal for second-planted in Parana and Center-West Brazil to be planted immediately to limit the potential for an early start to the dry-hot season to affect yields in April.

Soybeans: Up 3 as of 7:45
November 2015 soybean futures closed at $9.80 Friday, which leaves the average price through Feb. 20 at $9.6668. The average price for the month of February will serve as the base price for 2015 crop insurance. Brazil Soybean Meal premiums for May are historically high, but yet are $60 discounts to US premiums. The market had been closed for the Lunar New Years holidays and is catching up to declining U.S. soybean oil futures.

Wheat: Down 1 as of 7:45
Very cold temperatures in the Midwest lately but no real fear of any winter kill.
KWH sees a new contract low overnight, WH next major support at around $4.92
Ukraine Russia cease-fire and condition hasn’t improved much



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