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Market Monitor

Market Monitor is a weekly analysis of world wheat markets and their impact on Oklahoma producers, and it is presented by Kim Anderson, OSU Cooperative Extension agricultural economist.

Market Monitor is a weekly analysis of world wheat markets and their impact on Oklahoma producers, and it is presented by Kim Anderson, OSU Cooperative Extension agricultural economist. Visit Anderson's Ag Econ Extension at OSU Marketing and Risk Management website for more information.

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(Please visit SUNUP TV's YouTube channel for shows predating August 4, 2012.)

 
May 20, 2017 Market Monitor 5/20/17
Kim Anderson explains why Egypt’s purchase of wheat from nearby countries impacted the price they paid for U.S. wheat.
May 13, 2017 Market Monitor 5/13/17
Kim Anderson analyzes the latest supply and demand report.
May 06, 2017 Market Monitor 5/6/17
Kim Anderson says the recent snow in the High Plains could damage one percent of U.S. exports, but time will tell.
Apr 29, 2017 Market Monitor 4/29/17
Kim Anderson says the stage may be set for higher wheat prices.
Apr 22, 2017 Market Monitor 4/22/17
Kim Anderson says Oklahoma has seen low wheat prices before followed by $9 per bushel, but will it happen this time?
Apr 15, 2017 Market Monitor 4/15/17
Kim Anderson says wheat exports nearly doubled this year, but the rains may keep the prices low.
Apr 08, 2017 Market Monitor 4/8/17
Kim Anderson says are about double what it was last year, but it’s not enough to bump up the price.
Apr 01, 2017 Market Monitor 4/1/17
Kim Anderson says rain is good for the wheat plant, but it is not good for the price.
Mar 25, 2017 Market Monitor 3/25/17
Kim Anderson says though the price of wheat slipped 45 cents, producers need to focus on their crop. He says it will pay off in the end.
Mar 12, 2017 Market Monitor 3/12/17
Kim Anderson shows how prices have changed in the latest WASDE report.
Mar 05, 2017 Market Monitor 3/5/17
Kim Anderson says bushel expectations for U.S. wheat are lowering and the price of wheat is up 20 cents.
Feb 25, 2017 Market Monitor 2/25/17
Kim Anderson says planted acres are shifting lower in the U.S. while they are growing across the globe.
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