Grain markets are all red, as are all other outside markets, as volatility builds into Tuesday’s US Presidential Election, prompting profit-taking & moves to the sideline.
: Grain markets are all over the place this morning (sort of like flax and chickpea prices!), with a lot of buzz about La Nina for wheat prices & China driving corn prices higher.
Grain markets this morning are higher, rebounding from yesterday’s down day, despite some strong corn and wheat exports sales data.
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 in the red as better weather is nullifying corn prices reaction to the USDA’s lower crop ratings.
Grain markets this morning are mostly green as currency effects and higher oil prices have supported more wheat exports and slightly stronger corn demand