Grain markets this morning are mixed as wheat & durum prices rebound from yesterday’s selling but traders are also watching weather, currency, and China’s dam problems.
Grain markets are in the red to start the week as the complex pulls back after a few positive sessions, led largely by soybean exports demand from China.
Grain markets this morning are almost all green as U.S. grain prices are seeing the benefit from a weaker U.S. Dollar, but that’s also pushing other currencies higher, including the Canadian Loonie and Brazilian Real.
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.
Grain prices are all in the green this morning as the complex looks to rebound from yesterday’s down day that saw only good sales in wheat exports.
Grain markets are slightly lower as the complex tries to factor a strong U.S. Dollar weigh on wheat exports, but not so much for corn.