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.
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 this morning are mostly green as the complex starts to weigh some weather challenges, especially on wheat prices.
Grain markets are almost all in the red, alongside all other broader markets, as heavy supplies burden wheat prices while a resurgence of COVID-19 cases is weighing on corn & soybean demand again.
Grain markets this morning are mostly green as currency effects and higher oil prices have supported more wheat exports and slightly stronger corn demand
Grain markets are mostly lower on increased U.S.-China trade tensions, while wheat prices are pulling back after being the best performer in the last week of trading for May.