Grains Continue Higher in the Overnight
In the overnight session corn improved 2 cents, soybeans increased 12 ¼ cents and Chicago wheat increased 3 ¾ cents.
EXPORTERS SELL 419,000 TONNES U.S. SOYBEANS TO CHINA AND 113,000 T SOYBEANS TO UNKNOWN, ALL FOR 2014/15.
Soybeans surged another 12 cents higher in the overnight on very light news. A close above 972 ½ on the November 14 contract would be a strong technical signal that October’s price...[Read More]
Soybeans Surge Higher on Chinese Demand Prospects
Today we discuss economic news out of China and weather expectations for Brazil as we approach the weekend. Tune in for the full report!
Soybeans Take a Technical Break
Today we discuss the soybean technical environment and the morning's export sales report. Barge rates have backed off and we see river bids strengthen for soybeans and corn across the mid-west.
Grains Bounce on Light News
Grains took another bounce higher today as fundamental news remains light. Today we discuss the technical outlook and ethanol production on GrainTV.
Light NOPA Crush Helps Beans Move Lower
Today we discuss a weak NOPA crush number on GrainTV and the technical landscape for November soybeans.
Grains Move Another Leg Higher
Corn and soybeans moved another leg higher today. Today we discuss the move and what prices may offer resistance to further gains. Crop progress was released after the closing bell, showing corn and soybean pace still lagging.
Corn and soybeans moved another leg higher today. Today Grain TV discusses the move and what prices may offer resistance to further gains. Crop progress was released after the closing bell, showing corn and soybean pace still lagging.
Mycotoxin Report:October 13
The Monday Mycotoxin Report is a collection of confirmed reports from many sources to provide viewers a macro-overview of mycotoxin levels in grain across the U.S. and Canada.
USDA Sends Corn and Soybean Futures Lower
Today we discuss the October USDA report, released this morning at 11:00 AM central time. First glance made this report look neutral to slightly bullish relative to trade expectations.
Corn/Beans Drift Higher Into USDA Numbers
Corn and Beans again closed in the black today in a quiet upward trade. Today we discuss wheat technicals and expectations for tomorrow's USDA report.
Breaking Dollar Helps Grains
The dollar index made at technical break from the uptrend observed since August today. This helped corn and wheat close in positive territory while soybeans closed moderately lower.[Read More]
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Big Wheat Exports[Read More]
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Grain Handling Challenges Ahead With Large Harvest
Rail transportation tops the concerns of farmers this year as they prepare to harvest what’s expected to be a massive corn crop.[Read More]