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September 12: Instant Reaction to the September WASDE Report
September 12, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
On Wednesday, the USDA released the September 2018 WASDE Report. Overall, this was yet another bearish report for farmers.
Quick Reactions to the August WASDE Report
August 10, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
The USDA reported that 2018/19 U.S. production of wheat would come in at 1.877 billion bushels. That figure was 4 million bushels lower than the July estimate. It was also higher than the average trade expectation of 1.85 billion bushels. 
June 12 - Can the July 2018 WASDE Stop the Bleeding?
July 12, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain prices are slightly mixed ahead of today’s July 2018 WASDE report out from the USDA at 12 PM EDT.
May 10: Grain Prices Mixed After May WASDE Report
May 10, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
The USDA released its May WASDE report on Thursday. Grain prices failed to push significantly higher despite some bullish news.
May 9: May WASDE Report Preview
May 09, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
On Thursday, the USDA will release the May 2018 WASDE report. We break down trade expectations heading into this vital report.
April 2018 Peas Prices Recap
May 02, 2018 Adrian Uzea
Peas prices started to see a little bit of strength in the month of April on some better demand prospects. Let's dive in.
April 2018 Soybean Prices Recap
May 02, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
For soybean prices, April 2018 will be remembered for its trade war talk and wild projections on soybean acreage.
April 16: Wheat Prices and Soybean Prices Slump in Chicago
April 16, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Wheat quality was in focus as the USDA released the weekly crop progress report after trading closed on Monday. The release came after a sharp selloff in wheat prices and soybean prices at the Chicago Board of Trade Monday. Here's our daily recap of grain trading.
March 23: Grain Prices Rebound from Trump Tariff Tantrum
March 23, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Grain prices were mixed Friday as markets digested the latest speculation on a trade war between the United States and China.
March 13: Wheat Prices Dip Despite Quality Concerns
March 13, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Today, we watched wheat traders largely ignore concerns about quality in the plains. Meanwhile, some bullish numbers in South America offered support to both corn prices and soybean prices.
March 5: Dry Weather Continues to Push Wheat Prices Higher
March 05, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Here in Chicago, no one appeared too concerned about a possible trade war around the globe. While President Donald Trump was threatening vehicle tariffs on Europe, wheat and soybean traders were pushing May and July contracts to new highs.
January 24: Winter Wheat Prices Pop Wednesday
January 24, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
It was a big day for wheat prices, but not the usual reasons you might expect. On a quiet day of economic and trade data, grain prices pushed higher thanks to a weaker U.S. dollar. And what prompted the greenback to slump today?
January 22: Soybean Prices Push Higher on South American Weather News
January 22, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Today, Congress announced it has reached a deal to reopen the government. But the news had little effect on U.S. grain prices. In fact, the USDA’s inspections report wasn’t affected by the temporary shutdown.
December 19: Rains in Argentina Weigh on Soybean Prices Again
December 19, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Another day, another downturn in soybean prices. I know I'm not supposed to talk too much about the weather, but what can do you when Argentina's forecasts are singlehandedly knocking any optimism out of the markets?
October 16 - Soybean Prices Fall as Traders Take Profits off the Table
October 16, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Soybean prices fell today. This could because supply is expected to be a record high this year.
October 12: Soybean Prices Surge after October WASDE
October 12, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The USDA's WASDE report surprised markets today, causing a surge in prices. However, the market volatility quickly settled and prices slumped just a bit.
October 10 - Spring Wheat Prices Retreat
October 10, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
A day after trading was closed for the Columbus Day weekend, grain prices fell across the board on Tuesday at the Chicago Board of Trade. December corn contracts fell back below $3.50, while spring wheat prices declined by 5.75 cents.  Weather events continue to delay that harvest, Markets didn’t show significant price movement as traders continue to take a wait-and-see approach to Thursday’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report.
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