(Infographic) Meeting The Demand For Pork
How will the world meet the demand for the worlds most popular meat?
Soybean basis came under pressure this week giving up 2 cents a bushel, while corn basis continued to flat line at unchanged on the week.[Read More]
Grain markets were mostly quiet overnight with corn and wheat posting fractional changes while soybeans advanced around 3 cents a bushel. In outside markets, the US dollar inched higher after being routed in the last two trade sessions while crude oil and stock futures also were quiet,...[Read More]
Grains were higher overnight with corn and wheat up 2 cents while soybeans were up 4 cents. In outside markets, the US dollar continued to move lower giving up 0.5% after losing 1.6% yesterday, which is supportive for grains. Stock futures were drifting lower as was crude oil. Silver and...[Read More]
Grains dipped lower overnight as the slog thru choppy trading continues. S&P futures and crude oil were modestly higher after Tuesday’s sharp sell-off.[Read More]