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Top Factors that Move the Price of Soybean Oil

June 24, 2015 – Comments (1)

Soybean oil is one of the two products of crushing soybean, with the other product being soybean meal. Soybean oil is classified as vegetable oil due to the fact that it is mostly used as cooking oil. Its application can also be found in other industries like the painting industry where it is used as a drying oil.  [more]

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Gold: A trend forged by the Fed

November 06, 2013 – Comments (0)

It has been quite obvious that the Gold market is driven by the Fed as the stimulus or quantitative easing has propelled the Gold market higher! The projection of tapering in September prior to the budget debacle had been enough to drive the Gold down into a lower range. The inverse relationship that Gold has with the US Dollar has never been more clear.  [more]

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Gold seeks footing!

October 17, 2013 – Comments (2)

The Gold market may get it’s boost if there is no accord going into a potential default! The US Dollar would lose value and the Treasuries would be worth less if the premier currency and its debt instruments defaulted. Gold would then take on a flight to quality role. Last Friday, it had an incredible selloff about 8:40 AM CST. About 800,000 ounces of Gold into the London fix or Comex exchange so it was rumored. The size of the order halted trading. Typically the large fund managers scale orders into the market more gradually.   [more]

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Cotton is 85 points lower on Macro fears.

April 25, 2013 – Comments (0)

Cotton futures rallied two cents from the low on Friday ahead of the close, probably spurred by option expiration in the May contract.  [more]

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Grain market relatively quiet this week

February 19, 2013 – Comments (0)

The grain market this week was relatively quiet compared to weeks past, with high volatility in soybeans in the March contract settled last Friday at 14.30 level…up about $.08 for the trading week – still trading above its 20 day moving average but below its 100 day moving average. There is no trend in sight as investors and traders are keeping an eye on South American weather, which at this point is relatively decent while we’re going into the critical growing season in the next 3 to 4 weeks.  [more]

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