Except for canola prices trading on the ICE futures board, grain markets in the U.S. are only open for a few hours today because of the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday.
Grain markets this morning are quietly in the green with corn prices and HRW wheat prices sitting the most propped up.
Grain prices are mostly in the green as the broader market is feeling less concerned about a US-China trade war happening.
Grain markets this morning are again in the green as new forecasts for acreage and weather are keeping the bulls in charge.
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.
Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at how China continues to own the world's feed exports (especially barley), capturing the carry in cash grain prices, and how Brazil is updating its ethanol policy.