Grain markets this morning are almost all green as U.S. grain prices are seeing the benefit from a weaker U.S. Dollar, but that’s also pushing other currencies higher, including the Canadian Loonie and Brazilian Real.
Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green as downside risk weighs on the likes of lentil & flax prices, whereas it’s risk on for futures-related crops on weather concerns.
Grain markets are mostly in the green as demand for essentials like pulses, meat, and cereals continue to help the complex.
Grain markets are mostly in the red as broader markets remain concerned about trade amidst some big wheat and soybean harvest data.
Grain markets are mostly in the green, readying themselves for the 2020 January WASDE report, set to be released today at 11AM CST.
Grain prices are mostly in the red as the sell-off from Friday’s trading continues in the first full week of 2020.