Looking at U.S. and world prospects for dry weather and tight supplies of protein and dry mill classed wheat, a bullish outlook could be developing, sending prices in late spring and summer as high as $3.80 per bushel, according to one wheat analyst.
The U.S. soybean market has always been heavily influenced by fundamental factors such as China's demand, weather, and the size of the South American crop. This year, market watchers say you can add index funds, or better known as outside agricultural inve
The USDA's Stocks and Crop Production reports on Thursday dumped a lot of negative data for already low trending soybean prices to deal with. As a result, the bearish news could be traded for awhile, one trader said.