Chicago Soybean Futures Were Higher on Friday
Wheat prices were little changed
Chicago soybean futures were higher on Friday, boosted by concerns about planting delays in Argentina and a rise in palm oil prices to the highest level in more than four years.
USDA Predicts Largest Corn Yield to Date
Rain Delays Wheat Harvest in Australia
Rain is delaying the wheat harvest in parts of Australia, threatening to disrupt deliveries from the world's #4 exporter of the grain to key markets.
Markets Roil in the Overnight; Reaction to the Election
Mexican Peso has the biggest fallout
Markets roiled overnight in reaction to Trump’s election but by early morning some of the market capitulation had waned.
Soybean Harvest at 93% Complete
Tomorrow's Crop Report Expected to Show a Bump in Soybean Yields
Election Tuesday saw beans continue to the upside while corn and wheat had marginal gains. In outside markets, equity futures were slightly lower following yesterday’s sharp advances while crude and the USD had a slight dip in early trade.
Fresh Export Deals this Morning
Grains were mixed overnight as soybeans posted solid gains to start the week while corn and soybeans drifted lower. Outside markets reacted sharply to the weekend announcement that the FBI would not change its view on Clinton’s emails. This sent equity markets sharply higher and gave the US...[Read More]