Grains Continue to Press Lower
Crude Oil also Slid to Start the Week
Grains continued to press to lower prices to start the week. In outside markets, crude oil also slid while the US dollar pushed higher.
How Low Can Grains Go?
Weekly Cash Comments
Weekly Cash Commentary for week ending 08/26/2016
The cash markets remained relatively stable this week posing slight gains of an average of 1 cent per bushel.
Overnight Session Saw Soybeans Trying to Reverse Yesterday’s Sell Off
Grains in positive territory to start the day
Grains were in positive territory to start today. Soybeans were trying to reverse yesterday’s punishing sell-off while wheat and corn were only fractionally higher in anemic trade.
Day 3 Pro Farmer Crop Tour Projections
Grains were mixed in the overnight.
Grains were mixed overnight with Nov beans spending much of the night below $10 while corn and wheat were holding onto small gains going into the break.
Corn Lows May Be Yet to Come
Day 2 Pro Farmer Crop Tour Results
Crude Oil is off nearly $1 a Barrel
Grains continued to weaken overnight and crude oil was off nearly $1 a barrel.
Few Signs of a Corn Bounce
Grains Start the Day Weaker
Crude Oil Continues to Slide
Grains were weaker to start the day while crude prices continued to slide in overnight trade.
Poor Bullish Signs from the Crop Tour[Read More]
Grains were Lower to Start the Week
Grains were lower to start the week as were most of the outside commodity and equity markets.[Read More]
Weekly Cash Comments
Grain basis was mostly lower to unchanged to close the week.[Read More]
Beneficial Rains Across the Midwest
Soybeans slid for a second session on Friday as beneficial rain in the U.S. Midwest buoyed expectations of a record U.S. crop this fall.[Read More]
Strong Signs for US Corn Exports[Read More]
Grains Were Off in Overnight Trade
Grains were off in overnight trade while crude oil hit the $47 a barrel mark and the US dollar continued to erode.[Read More]
Large Carry Outs and When to Start Moving Grain[Read More]
Soybeans Lead the Overnight Session
Grains were higher overnight again led by soybeans while wheat was in the red for much of the night session. In outside markets, the US dollar was fractionally higher after yesterday’s steep sell-off and crude oil was also lower in limited trade.[Read More]
How Long Will the Soy Recovery Last?[Read More]
Grains Mostly Higher Overnight
Grains were mostly higher overnight as soybeans and corn continue to add to recent gains while wheat slipped.[Read More]