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Soybeans rebounded after USDA released its latest S&D and Crop Production reports. You’ll find plenty of report coverage and related market-by-market analysis in this week’s newsletter. Meanwhile, concerns about inflation and its impact on the economic recovery linger. And comments from White House officials signal actions are coming soon regarding alleged consolidation in the meat industry. You’ll find more on these topics and others inside this week’s newsletter. Download it here.


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First Thing Today Audio | September 21, 2021

Experts believe a bailout is likely for the beleaguered Chinese real estate firm, the Biden administration reopens international travel and the pork product market takes a dive...

Legislative Crisis: Dems Link Debt Limit to Funding Bill Amid GOP Senate Hurdle

OECD boosts global inflation forecasts | Congestion mounts at Calif. Ports | U.S./U.K. trade

Ahead of the Open | September 21, 2021

Ahead of the Open | September 21, 2021 Corn futures seen lower after USDA crop ratings improve and harvest accelerates, soybeans firmer.

First Thing Today | Sept. 21, 2021

Cordonnier warns his U.S. corn & soybean yield forecasts may fall. Gulf terminals slowly coming back online. Inflation will continue to rise over the next two years. Cattle hold up well in the fact of economic jitters.

After the Bell | September 20, 2021

After the Bell | September 20, 2021 Grain futures slide as China concerns drive "risk-off" trade in commodity markets.

Regan says new WOTUS will maintain pre-2015 exemptions for agriculture

EPA's administrator also said EPA hopes release that foundational proposal sometime in November.