Grain markets are mostly lower this morning on a bearish May WASDE and oil prices pulling back again on 2nd wave fears.
Grain markets are mostly lower after yesterday’s December WASDE report didn’t change anything, leaving the trade to look for new headlines.
Grain markets this morning are higher after yesterday’s bullish October WASDE report and increased optimism for a U.S.-China trade war to soften/end.
As the complex contemplates the effect of rain on North American wheat production and tomorrow’s September WASDE report, grain markets this morning are mostly lower.
Grain markets are in the red as we end July on trade war rumours, weather, and crop progress data flip flop for attention from the complex.
Grain markets are mixed as the complex continues to digest wheat yields, grain exports activity, and weather over the next few weeks.