Weekly Wrap Up
Logan discusses the sharp movement higher observed in the wheat market this morning and Cody talks about the NOPA numbers that were released at 11 CST today. Tune in to see the weekly cash market report.
Grains Move Higher
Cody and Logan discuss the trade action in corn and soybeans today and break down the expectations for tomorrows NOPA crush numbers.
Soybeans Push Lower in the Overnight
Soybeans broke through key support yesterday opening the door to further losses in the days to come.
Grains are unchanged in the overnight session, with corn down a quarter cent, soybeans up a penny, and wheat up half a penny. Export sales were slightly weaker than analyst expectations for wheat this morning with only 338,700 metric tons sold compared to the 450,000 to 650,000 MT expected....[Read More]
Grain Futures Follow Through From Tuesday’s USDA Report
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USDA Report Breakdown
Today we discuss the USDA Report and what this means for grain prices moving forward. Tune in for the full report!
Report Day Expectations
Two major USDA reports will be released at 11 AM CST. Here is what you need to know.
Grains are sliding lower into this morning’s USDA report. Corn is down 2, soybeans off 4 and Chicago wheat is down 6 cents. Today’s USDA report will be released at 11:00 AM central time.This morning’s USDA report will be the first survey based yield estimate of the year. Yield figures will...[Read More]