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 mixed with soybean and corn prices continuing to look for demand indicators, notably from China meeting Phase One trade deal terms.
Grain markets to start May are mostly in the red as non-futures related crops like pea and lentil prices continue to perform well.
Grain markets are mostly in the red as the complex pulls after 4 straight days of gains, which saw wheat prices jump nearly 4%.
Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green, but trade flows are putting pressure on the likes of canola but supporting lentil prices
Grain markets are mixed entering November, a month that’s hopefully going to include a few trade deals with China, which would help canola and soybean prices.