Oct. 26 – Canola Prices Plateauing as China Leads Food Security Concerns

Grain markets are mostly red to start the last week of October, which has seen corn, wheat, and canola prices all rally significantly.

Average kabuli chickpea prices in Saskatchewan through October 21, 2020
Oct. 23 – Idle Chickpea Prices & China Fueling Corn Prices

: Grain markets are all over the place this morning (sort of like flax and chickpea prices!), with a lot of buzz about La Nina for wheat prices & China driving corn prices higher.

2020/21 weekly Canadian canola exports through Week 10
Oct. 16 – Strong Soybean, Canola Exports & a Smaller Wheat Harvest

Grain markets are in the green as the strength of corn, soybean, wheat, & canola exports (both sales & actual shipments) continue to push the complex higher.

EU wheat harvest is looking a lot smaller due to a dry spring
Aug 7 – Wheat Harvest Picking Up Reflects Price Pullback

Grain markets this morning are mostly in the red as estimates for the likes of the corn, soybean, and wheat harvest are starting to turn to reality.

Chicago SRW wheat prices over the last 5.5 years
July 24 – Wheat Prices Look Strong Today, but Top-Heavy

Grain markets are mostly in the green, again led by wheat prices, namely futures in Chicago, but one has to ask how long the unseasonal strength can last for.

Grain markets are paying closer attention to the hot weather forecast through the end of July
July 17 – Will Grain Markets See a Summer Weather Rally?

Grain markets this morning are mostly green as the complex starts to weigh some weather challenges, especially on wheat prices.