Grain markets are mostly in the green as disappointment in ethanol rules are offsetting the trade war deal with China and the UMSCA passing.
Grain markets are mostly in the red as the complex pulls after 4 straight days of gains, which saw wheat prices jump nearly 4%.
Grain markets are in the green this morning, following Friday’s positive close on news of a trade war deal being found between the U.S. and China.
Grain markets are green this morning with soybean and corn prices leading the charge of trade war deal headlines and tighter supplies in Brazil.
Grain markets are mostly lower after yesterday’s December WASDE report didn’t change anything, leaving the trade to look for new headlines.
Grain markets are mixed ahead of tomorrow’s December WASDE report, with the oilseed complex in the green on fresh soybean exports headlines.