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.
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
Today we discuss corn export sales, ethanol production, and soybean technicals on GrainTV. If you haven't taken a look at our mobile trading platform now is the time! Visit us at GrainHedge.com to take your demo and get live quotes on your mobile device.
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]
Talking August Beans and Pre-Report Expectations
Today we discuss the August soybean contract and market expectations coming into tomorrow's USDA report at 11:00 AM central time. Want live mobile quotes for tomorrow's report? Visit us at GrainHedge.com and take a demo this evening and have live quotes fo
Tricky New Crop Basis Environment
Logan and Cody discuss what was moving soybeans in today's trade as well as the expectations for the two major USDA reports scheduled to be released on Tuesday. Cody discusses spot basis changes throughout the country this week and compares this years ne
Corn Ratings Drop 2%
Today we discuss crop conditions released after the market close and what helped move grain markets higher.
Soybean Basis Turns Lower on the Week
Soybean basis was off sharply across the country, down nearly 14 cents on average. Today we discuss the cash market for corn and soybeans and what the markets will be focusing on next week.
Soybean basis was off sharply across the country, down nearly 14 cents on average. GrainTV discusses the cash market for corn and soybeans and what the markets will be focusing on next week.
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Crop Conditions Slip
Alert: First Notice for August Soybeans is on Thursday, July 31st. Grains are trading lower in Chicago, with corn down 3 cents, soybeans off 10 and wheat unchanged to lower. This morning there were reportable sales of 135,000 metric tons of new crop Soymeal to unknown destinations and...[Read More]
Tune in as Cody describes the 24-cent higher move soybeans made and how new crop soybean sales are helping it out. Export inspections, weather outlook and crop conditions also were covered in this report.[Read More]
Soybeans Higher in the Overnight
The grains are mixed this morning with corn trading 3 cents higher, wheat 3 ¾ cents lower and August soybeans 12 cents higher this morning. The August soybean contract is trading at $12.24 ½ and has first notice on Thursday, July 31. Currently, the spread between August and September...[Read More]
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String of Reportable Sales This Morning
The grain markets moved a couple cents higher in the overnight after trading down for the better part of yesterday. September corn is up 1 ¼ cents. September wheat is up 4 ½ cents and august soybeans is up 14 cents on the day. Crop conditions were released yesterday after the market closed,...[Read More]