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March 2018 Spring Wheat Prices Recap
April 01, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
March was another tough month for spring wheat prices. Global competition and changes in buyer behavior are weighing on trader sentiment.
March 2018 Winter Wheat Prices Recap
April 01, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
It was a tough month of winter wheat prices as weather premiums evaporated and concerns about crop quality in the U.S. Plains began to abate.
January 17 - Grain Markets Looking to Demand, South America
January 17, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are quietly mixed again, with oilseeds lower and wheat recovering some of its losses from the past few days as weather premium and export hopes pick up.
November 22 - Grain Markets Finding A Turkey Rally?
November 22, 2017 Brennan Turner
Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at whether grain markets can rally through the US Thanksgiving holiday, why wheat had a pretty good day yesterday, and what our expectations should be for corn prices.
November 16: Soybean Prices Go In Reverse
November 16, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Market prices continue to experience a downward trend. Prices can't catch a break due to acreage and export estimations.
November 2 - Soybean Prices Push Back Near $10 Per Bushel
November 02, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Grain prices, especially soybean prices, took a backseat to critical news out of Washington D.C. on Thursday. November 2nd, 2017.
Does Egypt Really Matter in Wheat Markets?
October 31, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
For the 2017/18 calendar, the FAO projects that Egypt will import 11.7 million to 12 million tonnes of wheat, a figure that is about 9% higher than its five-year import average. No other country will likely break the 10-million tonne mark this year. This is where we get to the point about why you should care.
Getting Handcuffed (Or Why You Shouldn't Have Been)
June 26, 2017 Brennan Turner
Heading into the last week of June before traders take a breather over the July long weekend, markets are prepping for what will be a significant reporting week.
September 23 - Quick Policy Premiums
September 23, 2016 Brennan Turner
Today we look at premium being paid for specialty crops and pulses, in addition to what Canada might've given up to China for a canola deal. Do you think Trudeau gave up too much?
March 16 - Waiting To Lose?
March 16, 2016 Brennan Turner
In today's Breakfast Brief, we question those who are waiting for the US winter wheat crop to "lose" and, accordingly, reviewing if you have a grain sales plan (unlike the Egyptian government). 
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