Oct 11, 2021

The overnight session offered little for excitement to start our week.  Today's trade was all about positioning ahead of tomorrow's WASDE report.  Weakness in soybeans as the carry-in will get larger and it feels like the size of the US crop, whether it’s in yield or acres, could also get larger.  Soybeans finished last week on a weak note and selling followed through today.  The November contract finished the day well below the 1240'0 support level, we could see a test of the 1200'0 and 1184'0 support levels in the near future.  A couple cents better in corn today with money positioning on the long side ahead of tomorrow's report.  Corn carry-in will get larger tomorrow but the question will be 2021 corn production and if the USDA changes it.  Federal offices were closed for holiday today so we will get our USDA harvest progress report, export flash sales (if any), and a glut of other information to trade tomorrow.

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