2019/20 cumulative US corn exports through Week 44
July 15 – US Corn Exports Get Boost, But Rains Prevail

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.

June 17 – Corn Prices Optimism, Pessimism in Canola Prices?

Grain markets this morning are mostly in the red as better weather is nullifying corn prices reaction to the USDA’s lower crop ratings.

June 8 – Wheat Exports Musical Chairs & Identifying Corn Demand

Grain markets this morning are mostly green as currency effects and higher oil prices have supported more wheat exports and slightly stronger corn demand

May 29 – Soybean, Corn Prices Waiting on Demand

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.

May 22 – Is a New Cold War with China Happening?

Grain markets this morning are mostly red as new political spats between China and the U.S. are weighing on almost all asset classes.

May 4 – Corn Prices: Best & Worst COVID-19 Scenarios

Wheat, soybean, canola, and corn prices are all lower morning as U.S.-China trade relations continue to worsen on who is taking the blame for COVID-19.

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