Grain markets are mostly in the green today as fresh Harvest 2019 data from Australia was made available and increased trade risk adds to technical selling.
Grain markets this morning are mixed as African Swine fever, Harvest 2019 progress, and trade war talks dominate the headlines.
August trading is coming to an end and it was a tumultuous month for grain markets with China, weather, and crop conditions owning the headlines.
With Harvest 2019 on the minds of many, grain markets are mostly in the green this Monday as the complex is rebounding from Friday’s sell-off due to heightened trade war tensions between the U.S. and China.
Grain markets are mostly in the green as they rebound from trade war volleys tossed between Washington and Beijing over the past week.
Canadian soybean exports are seemingly next on China’s hit list as grain markets are grappling with a trade war between opposite sides of the Pacific Ocean.