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Sunflower Market News for 2/13/2017
发布时间:2017-02-13
Sunflowers are priced per hundred weight (CWT).
 

NuSun Prices

Location February Change March Change New Crop 2017 Change
Fargo ND 14.70 unch 14.80 unch Cash 16.00/AOG 15.00 unch
Enderlin ND 15.25 -.10 15.45 -.10 Cash 16.35/AOG 15.85 -.10
Goodland KS 14.25 -.10 NQ unch NQ --
Prices recorded here are believed to be reliable at the time of posting. All prices are subject to change. Contact these facilities for complete market details.

 

High Oleic Prices

Location February Change March Change New Crop 2017 Change
Enderlin ND NQ -- NQ unch NQ --
Pingree ND NQ -- NQ unch NQ --
Goodland KS 15.90 -.10 NQ unch NQ --
Fargo ND NQ unch NQ unch Cash 17.00/AOG 16.00 unch

 

CBoT

  Trading Range Nearby Close Change
Soybean Oil -.35 to -.45 34.17 -.44
Soybean Meal +.50 to +1.30 343.20 +1.10
Market Comments
New crop sunflower prices are out at the crush plants with cash and Act of God (AOG) contracts available. Something else to consider is the oil premiums that crush plants pay on sunflower. Sunflower is the only oilseed that pays premiums for oil content above 40%. Considering oil premiums that are offered at the crush plants on oil content above 40% at a rate of 2% price premium for each 1% of oil above 40%; this pushes a contract with 45% oil content gross return 10% higher per cwt. USDA released it latest supply and demand report this week. Traders were expecting USDA to have an increase in exports and lower ending soybean stocks. This did not happen as USDA left the numbers unchanged from the January report. USDA also left Brazil's soybean production unchanged despite several U.S. and Brazilian analysts forecasting a bigger number. USDA did lower the soybean crop in Argentina. However, larger crops in Brazil look like they'll more than offset losses in Argentina. Other than the USDA report there wasn’t much in fresh grain market fundamentals. South American weather forecasts remain mostly favorable, and Brazilian soybean vessel loadings for February are expected to continue at a strong pace. Next week most of the focus for traders will be digesting USDA's supply and demand report figures and on what's happening in South America.