Grain prices are mixed this morning as good weather/seeding conditions and demand questions have put the bears in control the past two days.
Grain markets are mostly in the red as broader markets remain concerned about trade amidst some big wheat and soybean harvest data.
Grain markets this morning are green as the complex digests global corn and soybean harvest data, in addition to some optimism for a trade war deal.
Grain markets this morning are slightly lower as the complex is looking for any bullish headlines – be it a trade war deal signing or grain demand - to get things moving higher.
Grain markets this morning mostly green, including canola, factoring estimate from Statistics Canada of 21.3 million acres seeded in Canada
Grain prices in the green as weather, follow-on buying, and optimism for trade war talks are all spurring the complex higher.