Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green, factoring in some drier conditions in the Midwest, after a sell-down day yesterday.
Grain markets this morning are mostly lower as demand for things like soybean & lentil exports are pushing up against weather & production potential.
Grain markets this morning are mostly green as the complex starts to weigh some weather challenges, especially on wheat prices.
Grain markets this morning are mostly lower as the complex continues to digest the July WASDE (out on Friday) and wetter weather forecasts.
Grain markets are mostly lower on increased U.S.-China trade tensions, while wheat prices are pulling back after being the best performer in the last week of trading for May.
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.