UPDATE: 12th of February, 2018
US futures fell across the main agricultural bourses on a mix of profit taking and improved weather prospects in the US. Wheat retreated from multi month highs on profit taking and forecasts for better weather across the drought affected US Plains. CME and KBOT both ending moderately lower. Corn futures were lower on profit taking and concerns over US corn sales to China being switched to other origins. Soybeans sagged on much needed rain across the Argentina’s cropping belt and concerns over flagging US exports. Canadian ICE canola ended lower following weakness in US soybeans, but Matif rapeseed futures ended with gains. The AUD is trading a little firmer at 0.7811, up around 16 points. Local markets should see grain and oilseed values roughly unchanged to start the week with wheat basis slightly firmer.
|Cash Bids||Brisbane||Northern Newcastle||Southern Newcastle||Pt Kembla||Melb/Gee|
|Ex Farm/Delivered||Northern NSW||Central NSW||Southern NSW||Vic|
|CHKP1 Delivered 2017/2018||Goondiwindi POA||Wee Waa POA||Trangie POA||POA|
|Albus Lupins 2017/2018||Trangie $420||MGS Bomen $420||-$20 No.2|
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