Grain markets are mostly lower this morning on a bearish May WASDE and oil prices pulling back again on 2nd wave fears.
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 this morning are mostly green as the April WASDE report tomorrow has investors positioning, amidst all the other COVID-19 turmoil in the markets.
Grain markets this morning are mixed as the complex has already digested the March WASDE report and is going back to the regular programming of volatility.
Grain markets are mixed this morning after a neutral-to-bearish February WASDE report washed over the complex like a luke-warm shower. “Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail. Without it, nothing can succeed.” – Abraham Lincoln (16th President
Grain markets are mostly lower ahead of tomorrow’s February WASDE report, in which there are concerns about its relevancy.