Grain markets are closed until 8:30 AM CST for U.S. Thanksgiving so, this morning, we’re looking at Canadian canola and pulses.
Grain markets this morning are green as the complex digests global corn and soybean harvest data, in addition to some optimism for a trade war deal.
Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green, led by winter wheat on concerns of the 2020 crop and strong volumes of wheat exports.
Grain markets are mixed this morning, with canola prices eyeing vegetable oil needs while wheat’s bulls are working hard to make a green week for the complex.
Grain markets are mixed today with oilseeds up but corn and cereals lower, despite some continuing strength of wheat exports, especially in the United States.
Grain markets this morning are relatively quiet so today we’re looking into stronger activity for pulses, but, conversely, weak soybean exports.