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Listen: What do USDA WASDE numbers mean for grains and ethanol markets?

The US Department of Agriculture released its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate report Friday, August 10, where it increased its Russian wheat production forecast while cutting European estimates. Similarly, corn production numbers in the US and Ukraine also rose. What do these numbers mean for those trading and using grains in a market where supply constraints have resulted in sharp price increases for both producers and end-users?