Dollar Feels Pressure after FOMC Statement
Grains Traded Higher in the Overnight Session
In the overnight session the grains traded higher with uncertainty still surrounding the impact of the hot and dry weather. December corn up 3 1/4, November Soybeans up 8 and Chicago Wheat up 5.
Day 1 Wheat Quality Tour Results are In
Corn and Beans Continued to Inch Lower in the Overnight Session
Corn and beans continued to inch lower overnight while wheat was holding on to slim gains going into the morning break.
Crop Progress on Monday Shows Further Crop Deterioration on Grains
Grains Mixed in the Overnight
The latest weather model shows increasing rainfall across South Dakota and southern Minnesota into Iowa.
Grains Bolt Lower to Start the New Week
USDA Cattle on Feed Report Shows Solid Growth
Grains bolted lower to start the new week as rains fell over the weekend in key growing areas.
December Corn Drifts Back to $4 Overnight
Looking at weather shows heat across the central and southern Midwest through the weekend.
Grains were lower overnight with Dec corn drifting back to $4 in overnight trade.
Export Demand Stimulates Grain Future
Export Sales for the Week were All on the High Side of Expectations
Corn and Beans Modestly Higher in the Overnight Session
Corn and beans were modestly higher overnight with wheat trying pare losses going into the morning break.
10 Day Outlook Shows High Temps for US Central Plains
US Dollar Index Hovered around 10 Month Lows
Corn and beans posted modest gains overnight, while wheat drifted fractionally lower.
Market Shrugs Off Declining Crop Conditions
NOPA Crush Numbers were Disappointing for month of June
Grains Posted Double-Digit Gains in the Overnight
Grains posted double-digit gains in the overnight thanks to renewed fears about the crop conditions.