Grain markets are mixed today with as Chinese buying of corn and barley exports continues, but bearish weather is keeping a lid on things.
Grain markets this morning are mixed on weather and demand fundamentals (which have fallen significantly for malt barley) ahead of tomorrow’s June WASDE report.
Grain markets this morning are mostly red as new political spats between China and the U.S. are weighing on almost all asset classes.
Grain markets were able to squeeze out a positive gain last week on concerns of the impact of frosty weather.
Grain markets to start May are mostly in the red as non-futures related crops like pea and lentil prices continue to perform well.
As we flip into a new month looking at feed barley prices and pork prices, futures grain markets are mixed to start the month of December.