Grain markets are all in the green this morning, led by the soy complex (namely soymeal) as it’s been suggested that Argentina didn’t get enough of a weekend rain that it needed.
Grain markets are mostly in the green following yesterday's activity, led by winter wheat, on weather concerns in both North and South America.
Grain prices are trading quite thin as we head into the lull of Christmas markets. Today though we go through another pulse import tax from India, what we're watching in canola, and more rains in South America.
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’s Breakfast Brief looks at the per bushel comparison of wheat prices around the world, what happened while Americans got in a turkey coma yesterday, and why we're watching Argentina.
Today we look at what acres in 2018/19 is setting up to be and how corn and wheat prices are starting to show a glimmer of hope.