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 prices are mixed this morning as good weather/seeding conditions and demand questions have put the bears in control the past two days.
Grain markets are mostly in the red as lower energy prices weigh on the complex (and with implications for Plant 2020 planning).
Grain markets are mostly red as the complex digests yesterday’s Prospective Plantings report from the USDA and resets some positioning amidst continued bearish COVID-19 sentiment.
Grain markets are mostly green as eyes turn towards Plant 2020 expectations from the USDA and potential impacts of a recession thanks to COVID-19. “Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must
Grain markets are all in the green this morning as the U.S. Dollar maintains its strength and the agriculture industry starts focusing on Plant 2020.