Grains were Mixed in the Overnight as Soybeans Continue to Rally
Crude oil continued to lose ground in the overnight session.
Grains were mixed overnight as soybeans continued to add to its latest rally while corn and wheat were slightly lower. In outside markets, S&P futures held above the critical 2,100 benchmark after closing above it for the first time in a month. Crude oil continued to lose ground in the...[Read More]
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Grains were Higher in the Overnight Soybeans Lead the Advance
Monday's export inspections were above trade estimates
Grains were higher overnight with soybeans leading the advance, reaching its highest point since early November. In outside markets, the US dollar eased slightly while S&P futures advanced following Monday’s losses. Crude oil was narrowly traded.
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Beans Continue to Trend Higher
Grains Showed Limited Activity in the Overnight
US Dollar Index Continues to Rise to a Contract High
Grains showed limited activity overnight as markets held mostly fractional gains coming out of the overnight session. In outside markets, the US dollar index continued to rise to a contract high on the Dec futures, while S&P futures and crude oil were modestly higher.
Weekly Cash Comments
Weekly Cash Commentary for the week ending 11/27/15
Cash grain basis levels were mostly flat this week on average with the US soybean basis unchanged, while corn posted a modest 1-cent advance.
Futures were modestly higher
Corn came in as the shining star
Grains were closed overnight due to the Thanksgiving Holiday and will open at 8:30 AM CDT for trading. S&P futures were modestly higher while crude oil was down in early trade.
Soybeans Blast Higher
Grains were higher overnight
In outside markets, crude oil gave up most of its gains from Tuesday
Grains were modestly higher overnight trying to rebound from Tuesday losses. In outside markets, crude oil gave up most of its gains from Tuesday to move lower in Wednesday, while S&P futures were up in overnight trade,
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