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                                                      April 9, 2020
                                                                  
                                   Portland Price Trends
                 04-01-19    08-01-19    03-01-20    04-02-20   04-09-20
#1 SWW (bu)         5.95        5.90        5.95        6.10       6.12
White Club          5.95        5.90        7.45        7.60       7.62
DNS 14%             6.68        5.98        6.93        6.99       7.14
HRW 11.5%           6.14        5.36        6.08        6.22       6.36
#2 Corn (ton)     172.00      170.00      173.00      155.00     154.00
#2 Barley         140.00      140.00      140.00      135.00     130.00

   Wheat...West coast wheat markets showed week-to-week improvement this
week, even with somewhat defensive basis levels on both white wheat and
hard red winter. Soft white wheat basis pared about a dime from last week
while hard red winter weakened 20 cents against the recent slowed pace of
export demand. 
   Weekly Sales...USDA reported a modest improvement in export demand for
U.S. wheat last week, but the weekly total of 9.5 mb came in 35% below the
four-week average.  Year-to-date commitments now stand at 920 mb, which is
2% ahead of a year ago and 7% above the five-year average pace. Top seller
was hard red winter with 4.2 mb, placing sales 8% ahead of a year ago and
13% above average at 346 mb.  Hard red spring registered 3.8 mb which puts
sales at 270 mb; 8% ahead of a year ago and 4% above average.  Soft white
saw 1.2 mb in new bookings, placing sales at 184 mb which sets 5% behind a 
year ago but 10% above average.
   Top Buyers...Taiwan was top buyer of U.S. wheat over the past week with
3.6 mb, followed by Mexico with 3.1 mb, Nigeria with 2.4 mb, Italy at 1.7
mb and Guatemala with 740,000 bushels.
   
                                       -Norm Ruhoff  Contributing Analyst

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