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Hard red spring wheat index prices (IP), including contracts quotes and price charts from the MGEX. Hard red spring wheat index futures prices and hard red spring wheat index options prices listed along with commodity summary information.

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Soymeal, Soyoil Keep the Soybean Rally Alive By: Domestic bean crushers are keeping the soybean rally alive by offering a little competition to the exports.At the open, March corn futures are trading 3 cents higher at $3.90 1/4 per bushel.January soybean…
Early Calls: Grains, SB Keep Pushing Up By: At 6:30 am:Early calls: Corn is 1-3 cents higher, soybeans 1-3 cents higher and wheat is seen 4-6 cents higher.Trackers:Overnight grain, soybean markets = Trading higher.Crude Oil = $.15 lower per barrel to…
Rally Continues With Soybean Meal, Oil Support By: Strong support from both soybean meal and soybean oil are keeping the rally going today. At the close, March corn futures are trading 7 cents higher at $3.87 1/4 per bushel.January soybean futures are…
Grains, Soybeans Rally Into Midday; SB Up Over 18¢ By: Moving into midday, the grains and soybean markets continue the rally started this morning. The March corn futures are trading 5 cents higher at $3.85 1/4 per bushel.January soybean futures are trading 18…
Soybeans Rebound; Up 13¢ At Open By: Soybeans lost some of the ground gained in the rally late last week, but rebounded right back this morning.At the open, March corn futures are trading 2 3/4 cents higher at $3.83 per bushel.January soybean…
Early Calls: Grain, SB Markets Looking Up By: At 7:45 a.m.:Early calls: Corn is 1 to 3 cents higher, soybeans 9 to 12 cents higher, and wheat is seen 0 to 2 cents higher.Trackers:Overnight grain, soybean markets = Trading mostly…
Grain Rally Stalls On S.A. Soymeal Import Rumors By: The grain rally from early October to early November seems to have stalled for now, as the great rally during harvest of a record large US corn and soybean crop has finally stalled with rumors of South…
Soybeans Dip, Keep Ground Gained in Last Week's Rally By: Soybeans dipped a bit today with favorable weather in South America, but we haven't lost the ground gained last week.At the close, March corn futures are trading 5 cents lower at $3.80 1/4 per…
Market Starter: Corn Bulls 'Disheartened' as Soybeans Face Pressure By: Trade has begun for this holiday-shortened week, and so far wheat has seen a mixed bag, but is trying to remain on the plus side of the ledger. The only item of news that I can see to support the strength, no…
Soybeans Dip to Open Monday By: After a big soybean rally to end the week, soybeans are dipping to open Monday markets.At the open, the December corn futures are trading 2 3/4 cents lower at $3.70 per bushel. January soybean futures are…
Fencing Cattle Markets By: As prices continue to climb higher, one has to wonder if cattle futures will ever find a top. Surely, there will be one. The trend remains firm on continued residual fallout from the 2011/12 drought which…
Wheat Markets: Looking for Direction By: Wheat prices ended the prior week on a strong note, having had a strong rally throughout much of the week. But that momentum was clearly missing this week as prices quickly retraced much of that rally, only to…
Soybean Rally Continues, Closing 18¢ Higher By: Soybeans keep the rally going to close the week up 18¢. At the close, the December corn futures are trading 1/2 cent lower at $3.72 3/4 per bushel.January soybean futures are trading 18 1/2 cents higher…
Cash Basis Strengthens For Corn, Soybeans As Futures Slip By: Cash grain markets found strength as futures prices were down on the week. Both spot and corn bean basis levels posted impressive gains, advancing 5 and 3 cents a bushel, respectively, on the week.Corn found…
Ethanol Grind, Soybean Meal Get Bullish Market Reaction By: Grain and soybean futures are continuing to climb throughout the day with the help of ethanol and soybean meal.At midday, the December corn futures are trading 4 1/4 cents higher at $3.77 1/2 per…
Market Starter: Wheat, Corn Staging a Comeback? By: After three days of losses, the wheat market was able to stage a comeback of sorts yesterday with funds estimated to have purchased around 4,000 contracts. Even with the bounce, we still posted a lower high…
Soybeans Moving on Up Following Strong Thursday By: After a strong Thursday for the grain markets, soybean futures continue to increase to open Friday.At the open, the December corn futures are trading 3/4 of a cent lower at $3.72 1/2 per bushel. January…
Early Calls: Little Change in Overnight Grain Markets By: At 7:15 a.m.:Early calls: Corn is 1 to 3 cents lower, soybeans 2 to 4 cents higher, and wheat 2 to 5 cents lower.Trackers:Overnight grain, soybean markets = Trading slightly lower.Crude oil…
Market Confusion! By: This week the soybean market is fulfilling one of Murphy’s Laws: “The market will do whatever is necessary to fool the majority.” Cash soybean bids broke above the $1.00 rally level on October 29…
Market Rebound: Corn, Soybeans Up Double-Digits After Rough Week By: Grain and soybean markets all ended the day on a positive note with 10 and 15 cent gains for corn and soybeans, respectively. The December corn futures are trading 10 cents higher at $3.73 1/4 per…
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Soymeal, Soyoil Keep the Soybean Rally Alive Domestic bean crushers are keeping the soybean rally alive by offering a little competition to the…

Early Calls: Grains, SB Keep Pushing Up At 6:30 am:Early calls: Corn is 1-3 cents higher, soybeans 1-3 cents higher and wheat is seen 4-6…

Rally Continues With Soybean Meal, Oil Support Strong support from both soybean meal and soybean oil are keeping the rally going today. At…