Finally, the end of a tumultuous quarter — This week in the grain markets



Grain markets ended the last trading week of September mostly in the red, weigh on by relatively bearish stocks report from the USDA. Oats and canola prices were the only crops that were able to end the week in the green as concerns about the Western Canadian harvest continue to mount. The gains made this week for oats – 8-12 cents higher— also reflected that for the month. For the quarter though, oats prices on the futures board in Chicago gained 16 – 30 cents. Comparatively, for the month, canola prices were slightly higher but were down nearly $12 from…

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Categories: Grain Markets / Markets / Opinion

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