Grain markets are mixed with pulses and wheat prices the positive players while others in the complex are being dragged down this morning by oil prices.
Grain markets are mostly in the green as demand for essentials like pulses, meat, and cereals continue to help the complex.
Grain markets are mixed as a re-ignition of the coronavirus spreading in China is renewing uncertainties of economic activities.
This morning we’re exploring pea exports amidst all grain prices on the futures board being in the red as friendly headlines are slowing.
Grain markets are closed until 8:30 AM CST for U.S. Thanksgiving so, this morning, we’re looking at Canadian canola and pulses.
Grain markets this morning are relatively quiet so today we’re looking into stronger activity for pulses, but, conversely, weak soybean exports.