Grain markets are in the red this morning as the likes of canola prices and soybeans are all trading lower on WTI oil prices down more than 20% overnight.
Grain markets are green this morning with soybean and corn prices leading the charge of trade war deal headlines and tighter supplies in Brazil.
Grain markets mostly in the green, but canola prices are not as Canadian canola exports took another negative hit from China this week.
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 mostly in the green in a bit of a risk-off feeling with the US Dollar slightly slower, and equity markets higher.
With South American weather headlines subsiding, today’s Breakfast Brief looks at wheat acreage in 2018 and where wheat prices could go if dryness remains.