Seed Consultants 4/1/2013 Closing Comment with Gary Wilhelmi

first_img SHARE Previous articleFarmers, Demand RespectNext articleComment Period Still Open on COOL Proposal Hoosier Ag Today Facebook Twitter Home News Feed Seed Consultants 4/1/2013 Closing Comment with Gary Wilhelmi Seed Consultants 4/1/2013 Closing Comment with Gary Wilhelmi FinancialDow off S&P was 6 lower at 1562NASDAQ down 24WTO crude off $ .44Go9ls steady at $1599Dollar index 24 lower at 82.75DAX held up .1%ISM manufacturing index 51.3 down from 54.2 last monthOver seas dire but any new economic threatsLivestockBoxed beef center of attention this weekCash offers around $130June hogs up $ .45 in mild rallyWeaker margin presses cash hogsGrain and soybeansCorn crunched and has dropped about $1 in two days since the bearish stocks reportFunds had bought 47,000 May corn going into the report and got hammeredSupport in May is at $6.20-40Support Dec down at $4.50 volume large in May 252,000 contracts and now the shorts are in perilSoybeans and wheat followed supplemented by not as bearish stocksCorn acres are the largest in 27 years, but we don’t know what the weather has in storeExport inspections 19 m corn and less than one-half of a year ago, 16 m beans at 1.2 MT versus 1 MT last year and wheat 792 m versus 828 mJapan buys 500,000 corn and is pending on another 200,000Wheat crop condition: 29% good, 5% excellent, 36 % fair, 20 % poor and 10% very poorKansas 31 % g-x and Ok 27%11:17 updateDow off 36, NASDAQ 26 and S&P down 8ISM manufacturing index falls to 51.3 from 54.2WTI crude $1 .05 lower10:52 updateMay corn now off $ .39, May beans down $ .14 and May wheat $ .12 or below supportHogs drop $.65 on June and $ .70 on OctoberJune cattle steady at $124.32Equities skim some profits10:03 updateDow up 22 and S&P 1 lowerMay corn is at $6.67 with support at $6.20-40May soybeans $13.97 with support at $13.70May wheat is at $6.82 on supportLive cattle $1.40 higher and feeders up the 300 point limitHogs $ .40 betterNight volume picks up to 61,000 on May corn, 26,000 beans and 13,000 in wheatFunds added 47,000 to corn longs coming into the report and 17,000 in soybeansMarket OpeningFinancialUS ISM manufacturing index expected at 54.2—actual 54.4China 50.9 (any thing over 50 shows expansion in both)US construction up 1.1% versus down 2.1 % in JanuaryChinese factory profits up 17%DAX up .1%FTSE up .4 %Dollar index 82.91 off 8WTI crude $96.53 down $ .86Gold $1598 off $2LivestockCheaper feed costs firm meatsNorthern beef up $7 at $205Cash offers near $130Warmer eating weather coming this weekPork cut out 16 loads with carcass up $1.26 and hams down $ .04Weekly slaughter 599,000 off 2000 and 2,184,000 up 8000Grain and soybeansChart damage and over night down another $ .31 in corn, 13 beans and 9 in wheatMore of old crop new spread liquidationCorn stocks were 5.4 b versus 5 b expected and beans 999 m versus 947 mFunds added 47,000 corn longs and 17,000 soybeansTemperatures warming quicker than thoughtWheat crop condition this afternoonFieldwork advances up into west-central IndianaChart damage was severe on ThursdayOutside markets not shape shifting By Hoosier Ag Today – Apr 1, 2013 SHARE Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

New mortgage funds payment partnership promises an end to move-in day nightmares

first_imgSales progression staff who regularly endure the nightmare of client completions delayed by the UK’s creaking mortgage and conveyancing systems may soon lead less stressful lives.A new digital mortgage processing scheme launched today by conveyancing firm My Home Move and escrow account specialist Shieldpay promises to “transform moving day” for hundreds of thousands of transactions every year, and has already completed its first house sale.Crucially for many agents, the system – which is claimed to improve transparency and both reduce costs and fraud during the sales progression and conveyancing processes – will offer buyers and sellers guaranteed sale completion and key collection times.Fully regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority, Shieldpay’s payment solution also lessens the risk of property fraud by verifying the identity of all parties involved, holding funds securely and only releasing them when all sides agree they’re happy.Mortgage fundsThe system has the backing of Barclays, My Home Move’s in-house legal firm Premier Property Lawyers and conveyancing regulator, the Council for Licensed Conveyancers.“For too long individuals and businesses have had to engage in unnecessary complexity when sending and receiving sizeable funds,” says Peter Janes, Founder and CEO of Shieldpay (pictured, left).“Anyone who has ever bought or sold a home will know it’s probably the most important transaction of their lives but unfortunately, it’s also the most painful.“They also suffer from a complete lack of transparency over the status of the transaction.”Doug Crawford, CEO of My Home Move (pictured, right), says: “Having completed the first residential property transaction with Shieldpay, we can see the immediate benefits that their solution brings and how moving day could be revolutionised for many home movers.“Clients waiting with the removal van in the afternoon for money to reach the lawyers could soon be a thing of the past.”Peter Janes My Home Move Premier Property Lawyers Barclays Shieldpay Council for Licensed Conveyancers Doug Crawford May 30, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » New mortgage funds payment partnership promises an end to move-in day nightmares previous nextProducts & ServicesNew mortgage funds payment partnership promises an end to move-in day nightmaresClients waiting with the removal van in the afternoon for money to reach the lawyers could soon be a thing of the past, claim My Home Move and Shieldpay.Nigel Lewis30th May 20180765 Viewslast_img read more

Evansville Talks Possible Gun Resolution

first_imgAPRIL 9TH, 2018  AMANDA PORTER INDIANAIt hasn’t been introduced just yet, but Evansville city councilman Dr. Dan Adams plans to introduce a resolution he says will deal with guns and school safety.The resolution is modeled after a gun control measure in South Bend, IN that keeps guns out of the hands of violent criminals, domestic abusers and those who are severely mentally ill.The resolution in South Bend closes the background check system loophole.Evansville’s city attorney says it’s going to take some time to look over what other cities have done to make sure they stay within the lines of what’s legal.“All of those situations are kind of mute,” says Joshua Clayborn.“This not being under consideration number one, because there is no resolution that has been introduced yet to the extent Dr. Adams is introducing something, we are going to make sure its legal. I am not entirely familiar with what every other community has done so I can’t speak to what they are doing right or wrong, but at least here we will definitely be following the law.”More than a dozen members of the community spoke out on both sides of the issues at Monday’s council meeting.Amanda PorterReporter and Anchor for 44NewsMore Posts – WebsiteFollow Me:TwitterFacebook FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

USACE Working on Damaged Levee Along Skagit River

first_imgThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, has been busy over the last couple of days repairing damaged levee along Skagit River.According to the release, USACE is working on two sections of levee totaling 1,700 feet of damage, within Diking District 1, at a cost of about $938,000.“Repairs began on August 6th with all in-water work expected to be complete by August 31, the end of the “fish window” when construction crews can work in the water with the least amount of disruption to fish,” the Corps said.Damage to the levee occurred in November 2017. High flows occurred on the Skagit River with a peak flow of 90,200 cubic feet per second at the Skagit River near Mt. Vernon U.S. Geological Survey gage 12200500.USACE also added that construction-related traffic disruptions may be present in the area of Memorial Highway and Valley View Drive.Once repaired, the levee will be restored to its pre-flood 50-year level of protection in order to protect lives and property from subsequent flooding in the ensuing flood seasons.last_img read more

Gorowsky’s missed opportunity, Stalock’s save haunt UW in 1-0 loss at Kohl Center

first_imgTom Gorowsky had to work a little harder than usual to score an empty-netter in Wisconsin’s 3-1 win over Minnesota-Duluth Friday night, but he eventually beat defender Mike Montgomery for his ninth goal of the season.The next night, Gorowsky had an even easier attempt with a wide-open goal — but couldn’t bury the shot.In the first period of Saturday’s contest, Bulldogs goaltender Alex Stalock handled the puck and tried to clear it out of the UMD zone, but Gorowsky was waiting for him, using some nifty stickwork to bat the puck out of the air. Knocking it to the ice, Gorowsky was then presented with a rare situation: an out-of-position Stalock with an empty net to shoot at.“I kind of knew he was going to shoot it, and I was just waiting for it and knocked it out of the air,” Gorowsky said.But Gorowsky rushed the attempt, sending the shot wide right of the goal. Had he converted, the Badgers would have taken an early 1-0 lead and set the tone for the game.“It’s extremely frustrating and disappointing,” Gorowsky said. “I had all the time in the world and I just wasn’t focused, or for whatever reason, I missed the net. I missed the net last night on an open-netter. I don’t know what was going on with me this weekend.”At the time, Gorowsky and Wisconsin had no idea whether the missed opportunity would come back to haunt them in the long run. Looking at the 1-0 final score in favor of Minnesota-Duluth, however, there was plenty of discussion afterward as to its significance.“I remember reading, when I was a kid, Vince Lombardi used to say there’s so many plays in a game, and you never know which one’s going to make the difference,” Wisconsin head coach Mike Eaves said. “Tommy misses that and we create a turnover in our own zone and they capitalize on that. Now you’re really starting to magnify things. But we had chances and we didn’t score.”“Was it the reason we lost the game? No,” Gorowsky said. “But it would have made the game a lot different. We could have went up 1-0 early on.”While Gorowsky’s miss may have been the most glaring, it wasn’t the only missed opportunity to score for the Badgers Saturday night. Wisconsin fired 33 shots on Stalock, with a handful of quality scoring chances in the mix.Still, the missed empty-netter loomed large when it was all said and done.“It wasn’t the whole game,” UW captain Blake Geoffrion said of Gorowsky’s miss. “There were other chances for us to score throughout the game. Podge (Turnbull) had a nice chance in front where Stalock tried to come out and poke check it and it almost squeezed through his legs. We just didn’t hit the bounces and couldn’t get one past him tonight.”Stalock entered the series as the top goaltender in the WCHA statistically, with a 2.24 goals against average and a .921 save percentage. Ironically enough, Stalock never had to make a play on the biggest Badger shot of the night.“Let’s not forget that Stalock’s a pretty good young goaltender,” Eaves said.“He’s a good goaltender, and he’s an athletic kid,” Geoffrion said. “Hats off to him on that one.”last_img read more

Andale knocks Wellington 63-21 in homecoming clash

first_imgCondit737Walsted1033 Reichenberger3 Burnett6 A-Eck 4 run (PAT kick) A- 100 yard interception (PAT kick) Beard1557Knowblough1463 Follow us on Twitter. Brand4 Eck122 W – Reichenberger 1 run (PAT kick) A-Knowblauch 15 run (PAT kick) Hines4 First half W- Nance to Phelps 74 pass (PAT kick) Richter213 A- Capul 60 run (PAT kick) Individual:        Nance24Capul9117 Reichenberger554Bugner240 Rushing:WellingtonattemptsyardsAndaleattemptsyards W- Condit 3 run (PAT kick) Hines211Eck13159 A- Eck 46 run (PAT kick) Lane Beard gets a dose of Andale defenders in one of his early runs. (Photo by Eric Rinehart).by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The pecking order has been established in the Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV and Andale is still sitting at the top.Wellington was on the other end of a tail spanking Friday night losing 63-21. The Crusaders are 4-1. But the great news is this loss had no playoff implications. There’s still plenty of football to play.Andale accumulated 434 yards on the ground and added 70 passing for a 504 yards in offense. The Crusaders defense so dominating the first four weeks, had no answers for the Indian offense.Hank Eck scrambled for 159 yards and Anthony Capul rushed for 117. And the player Wellington head coach Tyler Ryan called the best he’s seen from Andale, Hunter Knoblauch, was only the third best rusher in this game, with 63 yards.Defensively, Indians’ best option was to take away the Trevor Nance to Colin Reichenberger connection, who have been accumulating record breaking yards all season. Boy did they ever. With defender Knoblauch on Reichenberger, No. 10 never caught a ball until the second half.In fact, to add insult to injury, Nance’s first pass to a Reichenberger was to second cousin Lucas Reichenberger wearing Andale gold and black. Nance did not have one of his better nights. He had four interceptions and one touchdown throw. The last one was a bitter one. With the game no longer in doubt and Wellington hoping to get some points down 57-14, a throw to the right flat to C. Reichenberger was intercepted by an Andale player who took it 103 yards for a touchdown.It was that kind of night. Ryan said one of the keys was to not give up the big lead early. But Eck immediately scored on Andale’s first offensive possession – a 46 yard run. And just like that, Andale was in front 7-0. When Wellington appeared to have Andale stopped on a 4th and 5 on the next possession Knoblauch dished the ball to Eck who ran in 23 yards for a touchdown.The biggest injustice occurred in the second quarter. The Crusaders pieced together an impressive 74 drive that put Andale on its heals due to the introduction of Adam Condit at tailback. His misdirection running off the right and left tackle led to a 3-yard touchdown and Wellington shaved the lead to 21-7.Adam Condit came up big on one drive in the second quarter. (Photo by Eric Rinehart).On the ensuing drive, Wellington’s defense had Andale in a 3rd-and-8 situation at its own 35 and the Crusader faithful were rocking. Then quarterback Luke Walstad would get open on a 25 yard scamper and Andale was back in Wellington territory. From that point forward, the Crusaders had that look of a defeated bunch.Andale would get two touchdowns before the half, including a razzle-dazzle reverse that got Knoblauch into the end zone from the 7. Wellington trailed 35-7 at the half.The second half was a formality. Andale’s first drive ended up being a touchdown. Nance then hit Connor Phelps on a 74-yard touchdown throw to put Wellington into double figures.The Crusaders would drive deep into the red zone twice in the fourth quarter, but would turn the ball over on downs on one. Then there was that awful 103 yard interception.Wellington would score on a Reichenberger end around late for the final 63-21 score.More pictures of the game by Eric Rinehart can be seen here. Storm comes storming in before the football game. Andale 63 Wellington 21   Total Scoring Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments A- Capul 10 run (PAT 2 point run) A-Eck 23 run (PAT kick) Passing: Wellingtonatt.- comp.YardsAndaleatt.-comp.Yards Nance13-26227Walstad4-748 Second half Bruns1 Phelps8173H. Knoblauch18 Phelps4 Troutman6 Tackles A-Knoblauch 7 run (PAT kick) L. Reichenberger224 Norris6 Total13227470 Haydon1 Gilkey5 Pfalzgraf5 Receiving:WellingtonCatchesYardsAndaleCatchesYards Nance5 Reichenberger444Johnson111 Condit10 Wellington077721 Total3015355434 Bodkins8 Andale142122663 Dagenais414last_img read more