July 2018 Canola Prices Recap

Canola prices in July followed soybeans prices downwards after the U.S. and China implemented a series of aggressive tariffs.

More specifically, we saw the November 2018 contract fall by 1.7% to close the month at $500.80 CAD per metric tonne. Also, the canola prices on the January 2019 contract closed at $507.40 CAD per metric tonne, down 1.9% on the month.

Canola Prices Performance

For our GrainCents readers, we’re watching a variety of factors that might affect canola prices: 3 are bearish, 4 are bullish, and 1 is noise.

(If you’re not familiar with what “noise” is, then we recommend you check out our GrainCents risk management process towards canola prices.)

This month, GrainCents investigated topics such as:

 

With a trade war and tariffs creating volatile markets, it’s more important than ever to stay on top of the factors affecting canola prices. Capture market premiums with GrainCent’s sales recommendations and actionable cash grain marketing advice delivered directly to your inbox.

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Sarah Bader

Sarah Bader is a science communicator, dedicated to cutting through jargon and getting to the heart of the matter. A lifelong nerd, communications allows Sarah to share her love of science and tech with a wider audience. Sarah has a BA in Communications and Sociology from the University of Ottawa.

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