SRW Wheat (Cash): The DTN National SRW Wheat Index (SR.X, national average cash price) closed at $3.86 3/4, down 13 1/2 cents for the week. The SR.X remains in a secondary (intermediate-term) 3-wave downtrend, with Wave A (first wave) ending at a test of support near $3.81 1/2. This price marks the 76.4% retracement level of the previous 5-wave uptrend from $3.44 through the high of $5.03. Wave B looks to have peaked near initial resistance at $4.09 3/4, the 23.6% retracement of Wave A. If so, Wave C would be expected to extend to below the Wave A low.
SRW Wheat (New-crop Futures): The Chicago July 2018 contract closed at $4.72 1/2, down 11 3/4 cents for the week. The contract posted a new low of $4.71 1/2 last week, extending its secondary (intermediate-term) downtrend. Weekly stochastics are in single-digits reflecting an extremely oversold situation.
HRW Wheat (Cash): The DTN National HRW Wheat Index (HW.X, national average cash price) closed at $3.49 3/4 down 10 1/4 cents for the week. The market remains in a 3-wave secondary (intermediate-term) downtrend with the recent low weekly close of 3.39 1/4 the end of Wave A (first wave). Wave B (retracement wave) looks to have peaked with a test of resistance at $3.71, a price that marks the 23.6% retracement level of Wave A from $4.73 3/4 through $3.39 1/4. The Wave C (third wave) target is $3.33 1/4.
HRW Wheat (New-crop Futures): The Kansas City July 2018 contract closed at $4.72 3/4, down 13 1/4 cents for the week. July Kansas City wheat continues to consolidate between support at its contract low of $4.71 1/4 and initial resistance at $5.07. However, last week's low of $4.72 was within fractions of a new contract low. If July KC posts a new low the downside target becomes $3.35 by subtracting the previous sideways range (36 cents) from the previous low ($3.71 1/4).
HRS Wheat (Cash): The DTN HRS Wheat Index (SW.X, national average cash price) closed at $5.73 3/4, up 1 1/2 cents for the week. The SW.X continues to consolidate near support at $5.82 1/2, a price that marks the 50% retracement level of the previous uptrend from $4.35 through the high of $7.30 1/4. Weekly stochastics remain below the oversold level of 20% and in position for a bullish crossover signaling a move to a secondary (intermediate-term) uptrend.
HRS Wheat (New-Crop Futures): The Minneapolis September 2018 contract closed at $6.29 1/2, down 3 3/4 cents for the week. New-crop Minneapolis spring wheat remains in a secondary (intermediate-term) downtrend. Support is at the recent low of $6.20.
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