Grain markets closed last week’s Good Friday-shortened trading in the green as a neutral April WASDE and new oil production cuts helped the complex.
Grain markets are mostly in the green, readying themselves for the 2020 January WASDE report, set to be released today at 11AM CST.
As we flip into a new month looking at feed barley prices and pork prices, futures grain markets are mixed to start the month of December.
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 this morning on fresh headlines of higher Chinese pork prices and ongoing Harvest 2019 delays.
Grain markets this morning are mixed as African Swine fever, Harvest 2019 progress, and trade war talks dominate the headlines.