Grain markets are mostly higher this morning and, despite record US corn exports buying by China, rain events are putting corn prices in the red.
Grain markets this morning are mostly green as currency effects and higher oil prices have supported more wheat exports and slightly stronger corn demand
markets are in the red today, extending yesterday's losses, despite rumours of more U.S. corn and soybean exports purchases by China.
Grain markets are mixed with pulses and wheat prices the positive players while others in the complex are being dragged down this morning by oil prices.
Grain markets this morning are mostly green as strong U.S. soybean crush data and disrupted trade flows continue to drive the complex.
Grain markets are in the green this morning, led by soybean, oats, and wheat prices, but for the third straight Monday, equity and oil markets are all lower.