Minor Changes Made in December WASDE Report


OMAHA (DTN) — Lower exports caused USDA to bump up ending wheat stocks higher than expected, increasing ending stocks to 598 million bushels (mb) while USDA made no monthly changes to domestic corn or soybean supply or demand in the December World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE).

USDA cut 2021-22 wheat exports by 20 mb to 840 mb in the report.

According to DTN Lead Analyst Todd Hultman, Thursday’s U.S. estimates were neutral for corn and soybeans and slightly bearish for wheat. Hultman pegged the world ending stocks estimates as a little bearish for corn and wheat, and a little bullish for soybeans.

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