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Prices Updated Tuesday 2:00 pm

BIDS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME.
REMINDER PRICES ARE NOW DELIVERED COAST
RED WHEAT MARKETS ARE MORNING ONLY
Buying Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 11:00am and 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 11:00am and no afternoon market


Club Wheat Premium: +.00 max 12.0% protein

Old Crop 2018 SWH vs. SRW Futures Basis = $0.89/bu. SRW July 2018 futures

New Crop 2018 SWH vs. SRW Futures Basis = $0.62/bu. SRW Sept 2018 futures

New Crop SWH bids are for Max 10.5% Protein Market Scales Time of Delivery 

14% DNS Scales:  +.06/-.10 ea. 1/4 from 14%, 16% max

11.5% HRW Scales:  +.10/-.20 ea. 1/2% from 11.5%, 13% max

2018 Winter Wheat RP Base Price = $5.92/bu. Portland

2018 Spring Wheat RP Base Price = $6.30/bu. MGE
Barge Fuel Surcharge:
April -1.5% = -$.005/bu. (negative means you get a credit back)

Country Elevator (truck/rail) Fuel Surcharge:
April 18% = $.021/bu.
 


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@W - WHEAT - CBOT
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Jul 18 520'6 525'6 520'2 524'6 3'2 521'4 09:44P Chart for @W8N Options for @W8N
Sep 18 537'6 542'4 537'4 541'2 2'6 538'4 09:44P Chart for @W8U Options for @W8U
Dec 18 558'6 563'4 558'6 562'4 2'6 559'6 09:44P Chart for @W8Z Options for @W8Z
Mar 19 576'4 581'4 576'4 580'4 2'4 578'0 09:44P Chart for @W9H Options for @W9H
May 19 587'4 591'0 587'4 591'0 3'0 588'0 09:44P Chart for @W9K Options for @W9K
@KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
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Jul 18 540'4 545'0 540'2 544'2 3'6 540'4 09:44P Chart for @KW8N Options for @KW8N
Sep 18 559'0 563'4 559'0 563'2 4'0 559'2 09:44P Chart for @KW8U Options for @KW8U
Dec 18 585'0 589'2 585'0 588'2 3'6 584'4 09:44P Chart for @KW8Z Options for @KW8Z
Mar 19 603'0 606'6 603'0 606'0 3'4 602'4 09:44P Chart for @KW9H Options for @KW9H
@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 18 632'4 636'0 631'2 635'2 2'2 633'0 09:42P Chart for @MW8N Options for @MW8N
Sep 18 638'2 641'6 637'0 641'6 3'0 638'6 09:42P Chart for @MW8U Options for @MW8U
Dec 18 647'2 649'0 647'2 649'0 2'4 646'4 09:42P Chart for @MW8Z Options for @MW8Z
Mar 19 655'0 655'0 655'0 655'0 1'0 654'0 09:34P Chart for @MW9H Options for @MW9H
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Jul 18 404'4 406'2 404'4 406'0 1'2 404'6 09:44P Chart for @C8N Options for @C8N
Sep 18 413'0 414'6 413'0 414'4 1'0 413'4 09:44P Chart for @C8U Options for @C8U
Dec 18 423'0 424'4 423'0 424'4 1'2 423'2 09:44P Chart for @C8Z Options for @C8Z
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
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Jul 18 1030'4 1034'6 1028'2 1034'6 4'2 1030'4 09:44P Chart for @S8N Options for @S8N
Aug 18 1034'2 1038'4 1032'2 1038'4 4'2 1034'2 09:44P Chart for @S8Q Options for @S8Q
Sep 18 1035'2 1040'4 1033'4 1040'4 5'0 1035'4 09:44P Chart for @S8U Options for @S8U
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Humid: 40% Dew Pt: 56oF
Barom: 29.72 Wind Dir: NE
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 9 mph
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Daily Commentary

5/22/18 - Dry conditions all around the globe is the main story at this moment.  Australia, Canada and Black Sea conditions are all of concern moving forward.  Most concering is the Black Sea region which has been extremely dry for the past 30 days.  It's easy to get bullied up with the weather issues and fund money rolling in but keep in mind this is a typical spring weather rally that will most likely end with a slight change in forecasts.  Balance sheets for all wheat still remain heavy and for this to change we would need mulitple areas to remain dry for longer than 30 days.  White wheat buisness seems to be picking up a touch after falling off the past few weeks.  Indonesia is looking for a September cargo and we have the typical Japanese tender buisness in this week. 


The Weekly Top Five
These are the 5 biggest issues that NWGG feel are affecting today's markets and items to watch for as we progress through the year.     

1: 5/10/18 The latest USDA supply and demand report was generally bearish for wheat despite the cut to HRW production this year caused by the drought in the Southern Plains.
2: 5/10/18 The USDA did not include a new line item that would show world wheat balances with Chinese stocks removed as had been discussed earlier in the month and will include that information on the June report.  The information is already available in the report in its current state you just have to do the math yourself so it shouldn't be any kind of shock to the system but could generate a bullish headline.  From the data on this month's report world wheat ending stocks less China show 125.7 mmt vs last year at 143.65 mmt, it is also the lowest number since 2013.
3: 5/10/18  The most bullish item on May's supply and demand report was world corn ending stocks which are projected to fall from 194.85 mmt this year to 159.15 mmt for the 2018/19 crop year, the stocks to use ratio falls from 18.2% to 14.6%.  The U.S. stocks situation is also bullish as projected ending stocks drop from 2.18 billion bushels to 1.68 bb next year and the stocks to use ratio drops from 14.8% to 11.5%
4: 5/10/18  Given the projected tightness of corn supplies it puts extra pressure on the U.S. to have a good crop this year and makes final corn acreage a much more important number.  Planting progress has been behind average but made good progress last week and should see another healthy chunk planted this week.  Spring wheat progress is also behind average but not in danger of losing acres yet.
5: 5/10/18  Russian wheat areas have been dry over the last few weeks but had good subsoil moisture to sustain the crop.  The length of the dry spell had begun to generate some concern but now there is rain in the forecast which should keep their crop prospects looking good for the time being.

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