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Mr. Scoville is a futures market analyst specializing in grains, softs, rice, oilseeds, and tropical products such as coffee and sugar. He offers brokerage services to an international clientele of agricultural producers, processors, exporters, and other professional traders.

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Grains Report - Thursday, May 28
Corn was a little higher and seemed to rally in sympathy with Soybeans. Some traders noted that the Brazilian Real was stronger to help Corn and Soybeans prices here.
Softs Report - Wednesday, May 27
Cotton was higher on the weaker US Dollar and on hopes for new buying from China.
Grains Report - Tuesday, May 26
Wheat markets were mixed, with Hard Red Winter futures a little lower and Soft Red Winter and Spring markets a little higher. Improving weather around the world and here at home was the big reason to see some selling hit the markets.
Softs Report - Tuesday, May 26
Cotton was a little lower last week after failing to hold above the previous week's highs. Support is coming from improved demand for US Cotton, but this demand has started to fade.
Grains Report - Friday, May 22
Wheat markets were higher in fund related buying tied to the dry weather in Europe and Russia.
Softs Report - Thursday, May 21
FCOJ was lower yesterday as trading volumes start to come down for Memorial Day. It was a profit-taking day. Trends are still mostly up in the market.
Grains Report - Wednesday, May 20
Corn was a little higher. Oats were lower but still look strong on the charts. It is possible that Corn futures have seen at least a short term low.
Softs Report - Tuesday, May 19
Cotton was a little lower in consolidation trading. Support is coming from improved demand for US Cotton.
Grains Report - Friday, May 15
Corn was a little lower on fund selling. The funds are already very short and seem to be adding on to those positions.
Softs Report - Thursday, May 14
Cotton was lower on speculative long liquidation. Support is coming from hopes and ideas of improved demand for US Cotton.
Weekly Ag Markets Update – Wednesday, May 13
Wheat markets were a little lower for the week. Improving weather around the world and here at home was the big reason to see some selling hit the markets.
Softs Report - Tuesday, May 12
Cotton was mostly a little lower, but July was higher. Futures held support and higher prices are still indicated.
Grains Report - Monday, May 11
Soybeans and products closed mixed last week with Soybeans a little higher and Soybean Meal and Soybean Oil mostly a little lower.
Softs Report - Friday, May 8
FCOJ was higher and trends are still up in the market. Support is coming from the continued effects of the Coronavirus that are keeping people at home and drinking Orange Juice.
Grains Report - Thursday, May 7
Wheat markets were lower in range trading and on improving conditions for Winter Wheat growth here at home and around the world.
Softs Report - Tuesday, May 5
Cotton was lower as trade tensions with China ramped up in response to the coronavirus and the need for the president to find someone else to blame the outbreak in the US on.
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