Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green again, although canola prices are being weighed down by the Canadian Loonie climbing back above 80 cents USD this morning.
Grain markets this morning are mixed as the complex continues to weigh pre-WASDE report guesstimates, namely those in the exports and ending stocks columns for US corn and soybeans.
Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at some updated grain production numbers out from Europe and Australia, while wait for CONAB's update in Brazil and the USDA's new numbers from the world agricultural production supply and demand estimates (WASDE).
Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at wheat production declines in Australia, why soybean prices have a bull fighting a bear in South America, and how wheat trade is heating up.
Today we look at the impact that weather might have on grain markets over the next few months, namely that in South America. We also dig into any optimism for flax prices, in addition to some early expectations for 2018
Will grain prices be impacted by this week’s November WASDE grain report? We look into several scenarios, fresh wheat demand, and bullish indicators for canola prices and soybean prices.