U.S. Corn Export Sales

Sales for 2018/19 are 11.78 mmt behind

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United States export sales are reported weekly by the Foreign Agricultural Service. Selected data from the latest release is reported below along with analystical tools developed by CropReports.com. The report is normally released every Thursday at 8:00 AM EDT, except for when there is a holiday in the release week. This page is automatically updated with the latest report data.

Weekly Export Sales Released September 16, 2021

Data from the Foreign Agricultural Service

For the week ending Sep 09, 2021 the Foreign Agricultural Services reported new net corn sales of 246,600 metric tons for the 2018/19 marketing year, and 2,300 metric tons for the 2019/20 marketing year. This is the 102nd week reported for 2018/19 and the 51st week of the current marketing year which started Sep. 1st, and ends Aug. 31st, 2018.

Current Marketing Year

2018/19 Marketing Year

Next Marketing Year

2019/20 Marketing Year

2018/19 Corn Export Sales Pace

Corn export sales are currently 11.78 million metric tons (MMT) behind of the current USDA export prediciton of 62.23 MMT. The green pace line in the chart below shows predicted weekly sales, seasonally adjusted, to equal the current USDA export prediction. If a week's actual sales are higher than the green line, then that week's sales are larger than expected. If a week's sales are lower than the green line, then sales are less than expected. Charts for both the current, and next, marketing year are displayed below.

Sales for 2018/19 Marketing Year

 

2019/20

 

Full Year Predictions

Assumes constant carry over
 
2018/19
2019/20

USDA

62.23

62.23

Green

50.45

24.87

Blue

50.45

24.87

This Week's Sales

As of Sep 09, 2021
 
2018/19
2019/20

Actual

246,600

2,300

Green

0

0

Blue

0

0

Sales to Date

 
 
2018/19
2019/20

Sales

50.45

24.87

Carry-Over

0.00

0.00

Commitments

50.45

24.87

What are the Green and Blue Paces?

Weekly export sales exhibit seasonal trends throughout the year. The Green Pace is the seasonal sales pace over the last 10 years scaled to the current USDA exports. Although there is an obvious seasonality in sales, there is a large variation in sales for any given week. The green band around the seasonal green pace gives a loose sense of a normal range for a given week.

The blue pace is the same seasonally adjusted average as the green pace, but is scaled to the last 4 weeks sales, instead of the USDA export prediction. This shows whether recent sales have been stronger or weaker than the USDA prediction.