Home Most Popular Resurgence of Wheat Futures Triggers Midweek Rebound

Resurgence of Wheat Futures Triggers Midweek Rebound


Market Rally:

The wheat market witnessed a spirited recovery on Wednesday, bouncing back with substantial gains reaching up to 3%. After enduring a tough start to the week, KC wheat surged by 13 ½ to 17 ¼ cents. Meanwhile, CBT SRW futures soared by 9 ¾ to 10 ¾ cents at the closing bell. Spring wheat futures in Minneapolis weren’t far behind, posting gains of 10 ¼ to 12 cents on the day.

International Activity:

News sources reported that Saudi Arabia’s GFSA secured 795k MT of wheat through a weekend tender, injecting fresh activity into the market. Across the globe, Japan is gearing up to purchase 113.5k MT of wheat in a routine MOA tender, with the results slated for release tonight or early Thursday. This international activity promises to keep the wheat industry on its toes, offering traders and investors new avenues for exploration and analysis.

Closing Figures:

The day concluded with May 24 CBOT Wheat at $5.56, marking an increase of 10 3/4 cents. Similarly, Jul 24 CBOT Wheat closed at $5.72 1/4, up 10 1/2 cents. May 24 KCBT Wheat edged up to $5.80 1/2, climbing by 17 1/4 cents, while Jul 24 KCBT Wheat settled at $5.72, showing a gain of 14 1/2 cents. Bringing up the rear, May 24 MGEX Wheat was up by 12 cents, reaching $6.39 1/2 at close.

Alan Brugler, the author of this piece, maintains a strict stance of neutrality, with no direct or indirect position in the securities mentioned. The article solely intends to provide informative insights for readers. Please refer to the Barchart Disclosure Policy for additional details.

The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author and do not necessarily mirror the views of Nasdaq, Inc., adding a personal touch to an otherwise formal financial narrative.