Grain markets are mostly lower this morning on a bearish May WASDE and oil prices pulling back again on 2nd wave fears.
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.
Grain markets are mostly green as eyes turn towards Plant 2020 expectations from the USDA and potential impacts of a recession thanks to COVID-19. “Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must
Grain markets are mostly in the green, readying themselves for the 2020 January WASDE report, set to be released today at 11AM CST.
Grain markets are mostly in the green as disappointment in ethanol rules are offsetting the trade war deal with China and the UMSCA passing.
Grain markets this morning are mixed, with the complex weighing notably weak soybean exports (and other crops) against the possibility of a trade war deal getting done with China.