Grain markets are mostly green this morning as they try to rebound after feeling top heavy, something that I continue to see in pea and lentil prices.
Grain markets are all red, as are all other outside markets, as volatility builds into Tuesday’s US Presidential Election, prompting profit-taking & moves to the sideline.
Grain markets are mostly red to start the last week of October, which has seen corn, wheat, and canola prices all rally significantly.
: Grain markets are all over the place this morning (sort of like flax and chickpea prices!), with a lot of buzz about La Nina for wheat prices & China driving corn prices higher.
Grain markets are all green as speculative buying & continued demand is helping, especially for oats exports, which are currently on a record pace.
Grain markets this morning are mostly green, as, like pea prices, it seems like nothing can stop the rally (but there's always something to consider...).