Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green, factoring in some drier conditions in the Midwest, after a sell-down day yesterday.
As we look into pea prices and other pulses this morning, grain markets this morning are mostly green as weather & trade headlines continue to dominate.
Grain markets this morning are mixed on weather and demand fundamentals (which have fallen significantly for malt barley) ahead of tomorrow’s June WASDE report.
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 are mostly lower on increased U.S.-China trade tensions, while wheat prices are pulling back after being the best performer in the last week of trading for May.
Grain markets this morning are mixed with soybean and corn prices continuing to look for demand indicators, notably from China meeting Phase One trade deal terms.