Grain markets this morning are mostly green ahead of tomorrow’s WASDE report, largely led by soybeans demand, and fund buying.
Grain markets are mostly in the red as lower energy prices weigh on the complex (and with implications for Plant 2020 planning).
Grain markets are mostly red as the complex digests yesterday’s Prospective Plantings report from the USDA and resets some positioning amidst continued bearish COVID-19 sentiment.
Grain markets are mostly green this morning as new acres and production estimates from the USDA are consuming most of the complex’s attention.
While we’re digging into barley prices a bit today, futures grain prices this morning are in the green, trying to rebound from yesterday’s sell-off.
Grain markets are mixed as the complex continues to digest wheat yields, grain exports activity, and weather over the next few weeks.