Grain markets this morning are mostly quiet as fresh bullish news is and money managers have covered their short positions.
Today we review estimates of 2018 acres, the potential for weather premium thanks to South America, and how politics and getting in the way of agricultural progress.
Today we look at projections for corn and wheat prices, noting lower wheat acres global (but not by much), and how exports of some major crops are faring (especially when compared to Chinese imports).
Today we look at how much more bearish the grain complex can get and if some seasonal tendencies will get us off the lows that grain prices are sitting on.
Today the Breakfast Brief looks whether or not grain markets are starting to gain an edge. Namely with the near-completion of US corn harvest and winter wheat seeding campaigns, what's next? We also look at import needs of the Middle
Today's Breakfast Brief looks getting out of the bearish month of October, what Argentina's farmers are selling (and not selling), and how Canada and the US are impacted by changes to wheat trade in Africa and the Middle East.