The first full week of trading in June was highly volatile for the grain markets, as the complex whipsawed around on continued planting concerns (namely Prevent Plant corn acres), weather forecasts, and fresh trade issues. Simply put, there are a lot of factors impacting the market and that’s why we saw some wild intraday swings in trading. For the most part, traders seem to believe that regardless of the date, the U.S. crop will get planted, and saw profits taken off the board from last week. Minneapolis hard red spring wheat was the only grain that made any major gains…
Register to continue reading
Join the RealAg Community
Create a FREE account to access exclusive content, get access to invite-only webinars and, while supplies last, we’ll send you a RealAg hat!
- Focus your experience on RealAgriculture.com by managing your shortcuts and commodities
- Favourite articles to save for later reading
- Manage your newsletter subscriptions
- Comment on articles (restricted to members only)
- Did we mention the free RealAg hat?!