Grain markets were able to find some fresh gains for the first week of November, one which was very much overshadowed by the U.S. election. While Friday saw some selling in the grain markets, it was a still a relative positive week, but it was one that history will likely remember for the controversial words and actions of the 2020 U.S. Presidential election. Ongoing healthy volumes of fresh demand reports, weather concerns, and currency fluctuations have all been trying ` What’s more, this week will likely hang heavy over the institution that is democracy in the United States of America…
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