Grain markets are mostly green this morning as new acres and production estimates from the USDA are consuming most of the complex’s attention.
Grain markets are mixed this morning after yesterday’s ABARES report of a smaller harvest helped wheat prices find fresh one-week highs.
Grain markets are mixed as a re-ignition of the coronavirus spreading in China is renewing uncertainties of economic activities.
Grain markets are mixed this morning after a neutral-to-bearish February WASDE report washed over the complex like a luke-warm shower. “Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail. Without it, nothing can succeed.” – Abraham Lincoln (16th President
Grain markets are mostly lower ahead of tomorrow’s February WASDE report, in which there are concerns about its relevancy.
Grain markets this morning are trying to rebound on some bargain buying, amidst a competitive corn exports environment, another big soybean harvest in Brazil, and the economic impact of the coronavirus.