Grain markets this morning are quietly mixed after corn and soybean prices pulled back again yesterday on the beneficial rain that most of the Midwest is getting.
As we look into pea prices and other pulses this morning, grain markets this morning are mostly green as weather & trade headlines continue to dominate.
Grain markets are in the red to start the week as the complex pulls back after a few positive sessions, led largely by soybean exports demand from China.
Grain markets this morning are mostly in the red as better weather is nullifying corn prices reaction to the USDA’s lower crop ratings.
Grain markets are almost all in the red, alongside all other broader markets, as heavy supplies burden wheat prices while a resurgence of COVID-19 cases is weighing on corn & soybean demand again.
Grain markets are mostly green after yesterday’s June WASDE report, which showed some decent demand for soybean exports but a bigger winter wheat harvest.