Grain markets this morning are mixed as the complex digests everything from new tariffs from China in response to COVID-19 criticism to recovering meat prices.
Grain markets this morning are in the green, although weaker oilseeds demand has soybeans on the cusp of having their worst weekly performance in a month.
Grain markets were able to squeeze out a positive gain last week on concerns of the impact of frosty weather.
Grain markets are in the green, with wheat and durum prices closely watching frosty weather forecasts closely.
Grain markets this morning are mixed with corn, canola, and soybean prices all higher but cereals in the red.
Wheat, soybean, canola, and corn prices are all lower morning as U.S.-China trade relations continue to worsen on who is taking the blame for COVID-19.
Grain markets to start May are mostly in the red as non-futures related crops like pea and lentil prices continue to perform well.
Grain prices are mixed this morning as good weather/seeding conditions and demand questions have put the bears in control the past two days.
Grain markets are in the red this morning as the likes of canola prices and soybeans are all trading lower on WTI oil prices down more than 20% overnight.
markets are in the red today, extending yesterday’s losses, despite rumours of more U.S. corn and soybean exports purchases by China.