Wheat prices are leading the grain complex lower this morning, albeit quietly as volume starts to die down today (and will likely stay soft ahead of the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday).
Grain markets this morning are almost all in the green, but durum, one of the crops without a complex, isn’t doing too hot.
Grain prices this morning are almost all in the green, led by soybeans, as the complex looks to end its second straight week in the green.
Wheat prices are leading the grain markets lower this morning on ideas of rains helping the US crop emerging.
Ahead of Thursday’s Prospective Plantings report from the USDA, grain markets are mixed, being also cognizant of the heightened geopolitical risk.
With rains falling in drier places, grain markets saw a significant sell-off yesterday but are trying to rebound this morning and are mostly in the green.