Grain prices are in the red, alongside pretty much all other commodities and equities, as we start the week much like last Monday: extremely volatile.
Grain prices are mostly lower as the complex starts February with most eyes on China, namely the impact of the coronavirus and demand for agricultural goods.
Grain prices are mostly in the red as the sell-off from Friday’s trading continues in the first full week of 2020.
Grain prices this morning are mostly in the red ahead of the August WASDE report being released later today at 11AM CST.
While we’re digging into barley prices a bit today, futures grain prices this morning are in the green, trying to rebound from yesterday’s sell-off.
Grain prices are in the green this morning, as the choppy rebound from Monday’s lows has been mostly been brought about by North American production uncertainty.