Grain markets continued their unusual upward trend to start the month of September as, despite some weather concerns and harvest progressing, the bulls are holding fast for the complex. Futures markets continue to be buoyed by some strong new crop export sales and said supply concerns, all of which helped soybean prices climb to new two-year highs ahead of the September long weekend. While next week, on Friday, September 11th, we’ll get the next monthly WASDE report from the USDA, it was Statistics Canada that had a spotlight on this week, sharing its first production estimate for Harvest 2020, as…
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