Grain markets are lower as Monday’s crop progress report continues to be digested, and profits are taken off the board, despite some more challenging weather this week.
Grain prices are in the green today this week’s focus reverts from the WASDE report to weather, notably in Australia and North America.
Grain markets are once again in the green, led by corn prices, as speculators continue to unwind their short position due to the bullish delay in Plant 2019.
Grain markets are all in the green this morning, as the complex tries to rebound from yesterday’s farmer selling and profit-taking.
After three straight sessions of posting lower closes, grain prices this morning are back in the green.
Ahead of the WASDE, grain prices this morning are barely in the red as the complex pulls back from yesterday's gains, despite a weaker USD.