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Jan 10 - The January WASDE Report (the Biggest of Them All)
January 10, 2020 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are mostly in the green, readying themselves for the 2020 January WASDE report, set to be released today at 11AM CST.
Dec. 20 – Ethanol Rules Overshadow Completed Trade Deals
December 20, 2019 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are mostly in the green as disappointment in ethanol rules are offsetting the trade war deal with China and the UMSCA passing.
Oct. 25 – Soybean Exports Have Pivotal Moment with China
October 25, 2019 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are mixed, with the complex weighing notably weak soybean exports (and other crops) against the possibility of a trade war deal getting done with China.
Oct 9 – Another WASDE Report Amidst Trade Talks & Blizzards
October 09, 2019 Brennan Turner
Ahead of tomorrow’s October WASDE report, grain markets this morning are mostly in the green thanks to trade talks optimism and a blizzard in the forecast.
Aug. 23 – Corn, Soybean Yields Continue to be Up for Debate
August 23, 2019 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are in the red as the complex weighs the corn and soybean yields results from the ProFarmer crop tour this week.
U.S Grain Export Prices Hit 6-Year Low
August 16, 2018 Victor Han
Export prices for U.S. grains have dropped to a 6-year low, thanks to volatility driven by the weather and uncertainty over trade war talk.
May 29 - Grain Prices Fall After Trump Imposes Tariffs on China
May 29, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Grain prices reacted negatively to news that the Trump administration plans to proceed with tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese imports.
May 23 - Wheat Prices Rip Higher in Chicago
May 23, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Chicago wheat, corn, and soybeans all pushed higher today. How are factors like Trump, Argentina, and weather concerns affecting markets?
GrainCents 2018 Corn Prices, Market Outlook
January 06, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Corn prices in 2017 didn’t have too much opportunity for profitable sales. Will 2018 be any different? We explore in our GrainCents 2018 outlook
2017 Corn Market in Review
December 30, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
2017 was a record year for a lot of reasons in corn. Before we dig into what we expect in 2018, you need to understand the underlying factors
December 20 - New Bearish Pressures for Grain Prices
December 20, 2017 Brennan Turner
With grain markets slowing down ahead of the holiday season, grain prices are also feeling the bearish pressure of smaller volume/trading activity and less bullish headlines out of South America.
December 13 - Weak December WASDE = Weak Grain Prices
December 13, 2017 Brennan Turner
Today’s Breakfast Brief reviews the USDA's weak December WASDE report , and then discusses where grain prices can go from here. 
December 1 - Who's Expecting Feed Grain Prices to Go Down?
December 01, 2017 Brennan Turner
Today’s Breakfast Brief gives a lesson feed grain prices, if UK and Canadian crops are getting bigger, and how oil is supporting grain prices.
October 26 - The Rocket Science of Grain Prices
October 26, 2017 Brennan Turner
Grain prices are continue to the progress of South American planting and North American harvest. Some hiccups that are impacting trade though include the Canadian Loonie, new grain price forecasts, and trade taxes.
October 20 - Bullish Grain Prices (Just Not Right Now)
October 20, 2017 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are all higher to start this Friday in October. This is creating some bullish sentiment among farmers but there is still a lot of grain in the global market that we're aware of.
October 18 - Grain Prices Backing Off Again?
October 18, 2017 Brennan Turner
This morning we're looking bearish pressures that are forcing bulls to back down. We also announce our US store. Finally, we explore Chinese crop subsidies, Brazil's soybean exports, and what to expect with NAFTA and nitrogen prices.
August 22 - Stronger Dollar Pressures Grain Prices
August 22, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
A strong U.S. dollar weakened grain prices today. Much of the market's attention is on the upcoming conference hosted by the Federal Reserve. People are hoping for some support in the falling wheat prices.
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