Grain markets are slightly lower as the complex tries to factor a strong U.S. Dollar weigh on wheat exports, but not so much for corn.
Grain markets are slightly in the red as the complex pulls back from the big gains made yesterday on slower crop progress and a new NAFTA being signed.
Grain markets are slightly in the red this morning with canola prices being the only commodity hanging onto a positive change day-over-day right now.
Grain markets this morning are mixed, ahead of today’s USDA crop progress report, with wheat prices slightly in the green, but everything else in the red.
The USDA came out on Wednesday with its September WASDE report, which turned out to be one of the most bearish WASDE reports in recent memory, especially for corn and soybeans.
Grain prices are trading quite thin as we head into the lull of Christmas markets. Today though we go through another pulse import tax from India, what we're watching in canola, and more rains in South America.