In the overnight session the dollar rallied back toward the top of the trading range helping the grains shed a few pennies going into the pause in trade.
In the overnight session corn fell 1 ¾ cents, soybeans fell 1 cent and wheat backed off from yesterday’s gains by 4 ¾ cents. The dollar index, which fell yesterday, is now back trading near the highs on the daily chart, up over ½ a percent this morning.
Russian regulations may slow the pace of exports and increase the cost of exporting grain.
In the overnight session corn continued trading lower finishing down 3 cents going into the morning pause. Soybeans which traded a 13 ¼ cent range last night, added 1 ¼ cents to the closing price on Friday, and wheat improved 1 ¼ cents as well. Soybeans had a particularly negative session on...
Tune in to hear Cody and Kevin discuss how grains closed out the week as well as what to expect in the near future. Cody and Kevin also discuss the world wheat market and how the U.S. dollar index is affecting it.