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luisvieira
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

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Yes, It is 35 percent tax on exports. That's an unusual tax and big money that the Argentine government, a broken one, is rushing to get. Also, people do not always remember that a lot of subsidies for those who live in the city in Argentina are paid with this money generated by grain exporters there. It becomes an issue of life and death for the Argentine government when farmers strike...

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bkadds
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

SW-any examples on tractor price difference? Was unaware of any discrepancy. As far as the report-let the thing come and go. In the whole scope of things it is just a guess and will not end the world one way or the other. Overhyped.
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sw363535
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

This is where we will be when the US Government stops borrowing money and printing.

 

 

Or worse.

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sw363535
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

great point bkadds,

 

Not specificly,  but I will try to get it.  I was refering to a discussion with a dealer on the issue on the cost of meeting the 2014 epa regulations per tractor.  His comment was based on company discussions of the cost per tractor of regulation that is not necessary on export sales.  

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BF2012
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ECI Said

For the most part - I'm 99.9 precent wrong on this marketing stuff - so this will probably be no defferent - but think it will ( the report ) will be a non event - How long have all the PRO's been say'n The corn will be better - on higher yields - Yet the price on corn has traded sideways for better than a month with everybody and there brother on the say boat - well all but MT1 lol

 

Wouldn't be surprised to see corn up after  they Drop the Bomb

 

At least you started your post off with some accurate information.   Trust me Kenny, this won't be a non-event.  Also, what is a say boat?   Can't say I've ever seen or been on one. 

 

You think we're trading sidweays now, just wait until we get into the $ 1.25 - 1.75 range.   Only way we'll ever see profitable levels in the forseeable future is with some reduction in buhels produced.   Better be praying for a spring flood event lasting till late June followed by a flash drought....although that chain of events would still probably result in a record crop.

 

 

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bkadds
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

BF-if, as most say, we are all in pretty strong financial shape we should do what other industries do-cut back on production just like OPEC does. You would probably make as much until the imports rise from SA. But, instead farmers allow what is being done. Call it what you will, but we do it to ourselves. Everything runs in cycles and just tighten your belt.
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giolucas
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

Don't need the report to get hosed....the market just gave it to me.  

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glenlivet18
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

What's happening?  Soybeans have shot up like a homesick angel.  Report's not until 11 CST right?  Did a rumor just go out?

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marketeye
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

Luis,

 

Here is a clarification on the soybean tax talk in Argentina. This comes from a financial advisor in Paraguay. He is following the discussion and just asked me to add this to the mix:

 

"In your chat on the Price of argentian soy, there is a small specific point....and BIG difference that Luis didn't say.
Yes, there is a 35 retention, but also they HAVE to sell at official dollar....which is around 6.62. Meanwhile, the "blue" dollar or parralel market is at 10.80. They loose another 30% in pesos......," he says.

 

I hope this helps,

 

Mike

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hanktbd
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Re: Floor Talk January 10 (Report Day)

The Dukes must be buying.