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Weekly Grain Movement – A lackluster round of results

United States
Supply Yield / Stock Quantity
Maize (Corn)
Grain & Cereals
Feb 16, 2021
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Corn export inspections fell 17% week-over-week to 52.1 million bushels for the week ending February 11. That was still on the higher end of analyst estimates, which ranged between 39.4 million and 55.1 million bushels. And cumulative totals for the 2020/21 marketing year are still well ahead of last year’s pace, reaching 1.094 billion bushels. Japan was the No. 1 destination for U.S. corn export inspections last week, with 9.3 million bushels, followed closely by Mexico (8.7 million) and South Korea (7.2 million). Peru and Colombia rounded out the top five. Sorghum export inspections spilled to less than half of the prior week’s volume, falling to 2.8 million bushels, with all of that grain heading to China. Cumulative totals for the 2020/21 marketing year are still nearly tripling last year’s pace, meantime, with 131.4 million bushels. Soybean export inspections were lackluster, eroding 57% lower week-over-week to 29.7 million bushels. That was also lower than the entire range ...
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