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Why All The Biggest Agriculture Commodities Are Slumping Down ?

COMMODITY (B-Trams):Over the past few weeks, many of the biggest agriculture commodities have constantly experiencing a slump, causing concerns for farmers, investors, and consumers alike.

However,  Agriculture commodities are an essential component of the global economy, with millions of people around the world relying on these commodities for their livelihoods.

Extreme price spikes following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and margin calls, which are cash requirements to cover hedge positions, caused energy and metals markets to become dysfunctional as participants were price out. We’ll take a closer look at the reasons why some of the most important agricultural commodities are having trouble right now in this article.

Soybean ;

Agricultural Commodities Soybean futures fell to $13.95-$14.62/bushel and Nov23 futures to $12.87/bushel at last glance as soybean futures fell $0.05-$0.10/bushel overnight. The U.S. market continues to be weigh down by forecasts for a huge crop in Brazil, especially as domestic shipping speeds slow.

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Despite the fact that Brazil’s crop yield forecasts remain optimistic, they are still just short of records set during the 2020/21 growing season. The average yield for soybean fields in Brazil was 59.1 60-kilo bags per hectare, just shy of the record of 59.4 bags set in the 2020/2021 cycle. At the same time that lower demand and increased production put pressure on soybean futures prices, the global banking crisis and holiday demand, as well as festive sessional demand from Asian countries like China, India, and Pakistan, were also not increasing.

Wheat:

Cbot wheat futures prices tumbled $0.11-$0.15/bushel lower this morning as market concerns about Black Sea supplies eased following the extension of the Black Sea Grains Initiative over the weekend. Losses were limit by expectations of a smaller Ukrainian crop this year amid ongoing war turmoil in the country.

Prices for Russian wheat have fallen over the past week, adding to the bearish sentiment at play in U.S. wheat markets this morning. Russia will likely export record high volumes of wheat in March following shipment delays due to bad weather in February. Competing wheat shipments from Ukraine also helped to keep a lid on Russian wheat prices this morning. similarly from major buying countries are silent due to sufficent demostic stocks and easing in supply after the extension of grain deal, put pressue that resulting decrease in wheat prices.

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Corn: 

Overnight, corn prices dropped $0.03 to $0.07 per bushel, with local futures settling between $6.08 and $6.28 per bushel and Dec23 contracts circling $5.52 per bushel. The Black Sea Grains Initiative was renewed this past week, which placed pressure on maize prices as well as the wheat market, where concerns over global supplies are currently taking a break.

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The extension of the Black Sea export agreement has given the market some relief, according to Phin Ziebell, an agriculture economist at National Australia Bank, who spoke to Reuters. In the United States, the weather is more favourable for growing wheat. In the daily chart, corn is trap in a range between $6.27-1/4 and $6.38-1/4, which suggests that there are conflicting signals. A path would  indicated by escape from the range.

Palm Oil:

Malaysian palm oil futures fell more than 3% today, closing at their lowest level in five months. This decline was mostly due to steep declines in competing edible oils and crude oils like soybean and canola, as well as continuing worries about the global financial crisis.

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The benchmark palm oil contract for June delivery fell 117 ringgit, or 3.09%, to 3,667 ringgit ($824.42) a tonne on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange, marking its lowest closing price since October 13. In the meantime, rising mustarxd in key consumer nations like China, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh as well as increasing production in both Malaysia and Indonesia after labour concerns eased is placing tremendous pressure on palm prices.

Canola: 

Investors were waiting for signs of renewed demand when prices of canola futures on ICE Canada fell for the ninth day in a row, hovering close to their lowest level since June 2021. Traders claim that commercial hedging also increased market pressure. Canola   sold by ranchers, who had been saving canisters in anticipation of further market declines.

The benchmark contract for canola futures , on the other hand, decreased by $6.69 to $722.50 per tonne. lost momentum as global demand for agricultural commodities slowed

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