Articles By Mark Shenk

1 Nov 2022 | Mark Shenk
US millers ground 237 million bushels of wheat during the third quarter of 2022, up 2% from the second quarter and 3% higher than during the same period a year earlier, according to the USDA...
1 Nov 2022 | Mark Shenk
US agricultural producers’ sentiment declined in October, as farmers continued to express concern that interest rates will...
31 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
US soybean, corn and soybean harvests advanced in the week to October 30 with the soybeans approaching 90% completion, according to data from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)'s latest crop conditions update released Monday...
31 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
Wheat futures jumped more than 6% on Monday as market participants weighed the impact of the Russian withdrawal from...
28 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
Investors in the US agriculture commodity markets increased the net long position in corn and soybeans as they trimmed the...
27 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk, Eduardo Tinti
Low water levels along the key Mississippi River basin mean that there is a lack of physical soybean and corn offers around the...
26 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk, Eduardo Tinti
Argentine farmer sales of the 2022/23 wheat crop more than doubled in the week ended...
24 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
The USDA’s local attaché post in Australia said that the country is headed for a third-consecutive bumper grain crop during the 2022/23 marketing year...
24 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
US weekly wheat export inspections dropped by 46% to 125,582 mt in the week ending October 20, data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed Monday...
23 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
Investors did not make substantial changes to their net positions in the US soybean, corn, and wheat markets as they weighed bullish concerns including threats to the Black Sea export...
20 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
US weekly net corn sales surged 104% to 408,300 mt in the week ending October 13, data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed...
19 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
US ethanol production increased by more than market participants projected in the week ended October 14 while stockpiles unexpectedly declined...
17 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
US corn and soybean harvests exceeded analyst projections as farmers took advantage of dry weather conditions, according to the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) latest crop conditions update released late Monday...
17 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
Export inspections of US corn slipped 2% week-on-week to 448,423 mt in the week ending October 13, data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed Monday...
17 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
US weekly wheat export inspections tumbled by 62% to 231,842 mt in the week ending October 13, data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed on Monday...
14 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
Low water levels in the Mississippi River are threatening the movement of US agricultural goods to the Gulf Coast and to global markets beyond, leaving exporters scrambling...
12 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
The sharp rise in wheat prices at the start of the week was a stark reminder of the world's dependence on supplies from the Black...
11 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
US weekly wheat export inspections dropped by 8% to 614,371 mt in the week ending October 6, data from the US Department...
10 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk, Tim Worledge
With wheat back in the geopolitical cross hairs, the USDA's update to its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (Wasde)...
10 Oct 2022 | Mark Shenk
Wheat futures surged over 7% on Monday as traders responded to Russia's barrage of missile attacks on cities across Ukraine earlier today that appeared to heighten still further the risks to a UN-brokered accord...
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