USDA report and beneficial Brazil rainfall weaken corn prices

Corn futures have floated between $3.60 and $3.70 since mid-September.  That is, until last Thursday. See the March prices below from Barchart.com. USDA Report The big news from the release was the...

NEAR RECORD NEGATIVE WPO INDEX SENDS NATURAL GAS PRICES, SOARING. WHAT’S THE WPO?

As La Nina forms, and the oceans cool in the equatorial Pacific, winters tend to start out mild for the most eastern ski resorts and the majority of U.S. energy areas, but there are exceptions. 1995...

LA NINA AND THE WPO—GREAT EARLY SKI SEASON OUT WEST

The negative Western Pacific Oscillation index (WPO) is depicted by a warm, strong block to the NW of Alaska well into November. The strong negative phase of the QBO (stratospheric winds, some 25-50...

THE MJO, LA NINA AND HOW THEY AFFECT GLOBAL COMMODITIES

There is a little tropical wave called the MJO that for many years was not taken into account by meteorologists, or many global forecast models. In recent years, these storm impulses have become...

HURRICANE OPHELIA: Was Mother Nature having a bit of fun with us?

FEATURED IMAGE SOURCE:           news.nationalgeographic.com The National Geographic website ran a story on October 16 about the extraordinary attributes of the tenth named storm of the year,...

High Winds and Dry Weather Aided Deadly CA Fire; Rain on the way

The Tubbs and Atlas (as well as several other small fires) fires began on October 8th.  The death toll climbed  to 44 today. It is likely to continue rising, as several people are unaccounted for. ...

Cocoa prices have rallied; will they break out of summer range?

Consolidation in Cocoa Prices September became the first month since March that December Cocoa Futures did not drop to $1830.  Cocoa prices have been hovering in a range between ~$1800 and $2100 in...

Why have soybean prices been so volatile?

Soybean price image source: Barchart.com Soybeans futures have been on a bit of a roller coaster ride since mid-summer.  Prices peaked in early July as drought conditions in...

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