The month of June saw winter wheat prices decline thanks to ongoing trade tensions between the United States and the rest of the world. In addition, crop quality has ticked a bit higher in recent weeks despite drought conditions that plagued the crop earlier this year. A stronger U.S. dollar also continues to weigh against global commodities.
Winter wheat prices in the month of June were down, with Soft Red winter wheat losing 5% and Hard Red winter wheat dropping by 10%.
For our GrainCents readers, we’re watching a variety of factors that might affect winter wheat prices: 2 are bearish, 5 are bullish, and 7 are noise.
More simply, there is a lot of action in the market right now but there is not a lot that is actually moving winter wheat prices except for the White House. Thus, we continue to look closely at the American market, but also the one in the Black Sea, namely Russia, as it relates to oats prices.
This month, for GrainCents readers, we delved deeper into topics such as:
Heading into the second half of the year, buyers and sellers of grain need actionable insight to make sense of ongoing trade tensions, supply and demand factors, and market behavior. We’re going to see a few wild swings in prices as the summer months progress, and you owe it to yourself to stay on top of the markets.
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