Grain markets this morning are mixed with corn prices giving up some of yesterday’s gains while soymeal prices are leading oilseeds higher.
Grain prices are starting the week in the red as bullish speculators have been jumping ship like it's going out of style.
Grain prices this morning are pretty much all in the red as speculative capital heads for the exits after a boring WASDE report yesterday.
Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at what forward-looking grain prices are doing (namely corn), what would happen to commodities if there was a sell-off in the stock market, and why cash is king again in grain markets.
Do you know how grain prices are tracking against harvest progress in North America? Of if they're adding premium because of planting in South America? And what should we expect from Thursday's November WASDE grain report? Read today's FarmLead Breakfast
Grain markets are mostly in the red this Wednesday morning, despite the somewhat-bullish reports released yesterday. Soy oil and canola aren’t necessarily in that camp though as Malaysian palm oil stocks topped 2 million tonnes for the first time in