Grain markets this morning are in the green following the updated Harvest 2019 estimates from both the USDA and StatsCan yesterday.
As the complex contemplates the effect of rain on North American wheat production and tomorrow’s September WASDE report, grain markets this morning are mostly lower.
Grain prices this morning are mostly in the red as the complex prepares for more reports this week from the likes of Statistics Canada, ABARES, and, of course, the USDA.
Grain prices this morning are mixed with a big 2019 global wheat harvest pressuring prices while oilseeds are trying to rebound from yesterday.
While cash markets for the likes of canola and feed barley prices are suffering, futures grain markets are back in the green this morning after a bearish session yesterday.