Monday Saw Good Export Inspections
Grains Were Mildly Weaker in Overnight Trade
Grains were mildly weaker in overnight trade, while the US dollar surged to a one-week high.
Grains Start the Week Higher
Soybeans Shot Higher by a Dime
Grains were higher to start the week as soybeans shot higher by a dime in overnight trade while wheat and corn posted modest gains.
Grain TV Friday
Weekly Cash Comments
Weekly Cash Commentary for week ending 02/03/2017
Grain basis levels continue to be steady as ample farmer supplies and large commercial stockpiles are keeping basis levels in check.
Grain Markets Mostly Weaker
US Dollar Index Pushed above 100
Grain markets were mostly weaker as corn and wheat were in negative territory while beans was making a late session move back into positive ground.
Strong Exports for 2nd Week in a row
Grains Drifted Lower for Most of Night Session
Weekly Export Sales Numbers In
Grains drifted lower for most of the night session but got a bump at the end thanks to decent export sales.
Grain TV Wednesday
Soybeans Continue to Trade Down
Grain Markets in Negative Territory
Grain markets were in negative territory to start the day as soybeans continue to trade down to its recent low in the $10.20 area, off 60 cents from its high 2 weeks ago.