Grain markets this morning are mixed as the complex settles down after the USDA gave us some bullish data in their November WASDE report on Tuesday.
Grain markets this morning are mostly green ahead of tomorrow’s WASDE report, largely led by soybeans demand, and fund buying.
Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green as the U.S. Presidential election continues to dominate headlines
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.