Below is a sample of Thursday morning’s This Week in Grain newsletter. Click here to sign up for our free daily grain report email. Hello grain traders, I expect markets to stay right here for most of the day after the early selloff, probably retracing a bit to the upside in wheat ahead of tomorrow’s… Read more.
This Week In Grain
US grain and oilseed markets exploded higher last night on the open following the G-20 meetings over the weekend leaving price gaps everywhere you look. The meeting appears to have been a success as the message has been spun as positive by both sides.
Row crop markets are mixed in the overnight, as the USD trades unchanged amidst an evening of low volume. All 4 markets I cover for you come into this morning facing weekly losses although no real technical damage has been done in any market with the exception of KC Wheat.
US row crop markets are higher across the board this morning as high level talks take place between the US and China per China’s commerce department. Soybeans are leading the way higher on this news as January beans make a run at 900.
US row crop markets are mixed this morning, while crude oil makes a new 9 month low. December corn and January soybeans remain in their tight ranges at 370 and 888, while cotton markets bleed lower as FND approaches for December futures at 76.66, up slightly.
Good morning friends Happy Friday from a cool, crisp Chicago Ill. CBOT markets are mixed this morning as corn and beans trade slightly higher, while wheat is lower. Cotton markets are down 20 ticks this morning to the mid 77.85 level, capping a very boring week for the markets while producers deal with the wrath… Read more.
Good morning friends Row crop markets are mixed this morning, trading just above Fridays close in wheat while the rest of the complex is in the red. Currency markets should hold some sway this week, as the FOMC meets on Wednesday to most likely raise rates for the 3rd time this year. This comes as… Read more.
Good morning friends The story this morning continues to be the collapse in emerging market currencies. Row crop traders are watching the Brazilian Real closely as trades just above the 2015 low when the Real traded near 4.28 to 1. We are already at an all-time closing low against the greenback, further weakness in the… Read more.
Good morning friends The carnage continues at the CBOT after President Trump announced plans are in the works for a tariff plan to hit back at China with tariffs on a list of another 200 billion dollars of import tariffs. Every market on my screen with the exception of the dollar and copper (oddly) are… Read more.
Good morning friends US row crop markets are higher across the board as I walk to work with 2 inches of snow on the ground here in Chicago, two weeks into the month of April. Corn and soybean prices have erased all of the selling that had taken place starting at 3 am on Wednesday… Read more.