Except for oats futures, the entire grain complex enjoyed a week in the green as geopolitical risk and production headlines swirled. On Friday, wheat markets had a big day as market participants responded to a week of strong U.S. export sales. While total export activity is down year-over-year, it’s a positive sign for future sales…. Read More

Grain markets traded mostly lower this week as the complex dealt with thin volume on the shortened trading week, due to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday. More broadly, grain markets are watching for any news on trade negotiations between the U.S. and China. Weather out of South America is usually a catalyst for this time of… Read More

On Wednesday, September 12th the USDA came out with one of the most bearish World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) reports in recent memory, destroying any pre-report expectations — especially for corn and soybeans. Going into the September WASDE report, the market was already quite bearish on soybeans, expecting to see 2018/19 ending stocks in… Read More