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Wheat Leads Corn Higher, Leaves Soybeans in Negative Territory By: Reports of poor wheat conditions discovered during a crop tour in the nation's center this week sent wheat futures soaring Wednesday, taking corn futures with them at the market's close, leaving…
Wheat Launches to Close Wednesday By: Low quality and disease in wheat are some of the initial findings on the Kansas Wheat Quality Tour, driving prices up."The first-day tour average for the Kansas WQT was 34.3 bpa, down from 34.7 last year and…
Market Starter: Trade Looking Ahead to Next Week's WASDE Data By: While not enough to warrant pulling out the party hats, the corn market provided us with the first day of encouragement in weeks.  After pressing down to the lowest levels traded since last fall and reaching…
Corn, Wheat Start Wednesday Higher, Soybeans Lower By: After a Turnaround Tuesday saw corn futures end the day higher, that trend looks to be intact heading into Wednesday's open outcry trading session, taking wheat futures with it while soybeans look to open…
Soybean, Corn Futures Manage Gains Despite Bearish Signals By: Corn and soybeans closed Tuesday's trade slightly higher despite all-around bearish factors at home and abroad in a sign that some analysts say show recent low prices could be enticing buyers to look…
Planting Springs Ahead; New Lows Ahead? By: Last week was a great week of planting in the U.S.: 36% of the corn was planted, pushing corn planting well ahead of normal. This was a critical week since the start of May begins the prime planting period for…
Market Starter: Soybeans Higher Amidst Potential Export Boost By: Though planting data released Monday is likely keeping a lid on potential grain market gains Tuesday, soybean prices could see a boost as the grains enter the day's trading session on a mixed note.Heading…
Soybeans Up Double-Digits at the Close By: Soybeans made a strong rally this afternoon, trying to make a comeback from the end of last week's drop.At the close, the July corn futures are trading 1 3/4 cents lower at $3.61 1/4 per bushel. July…
Soybeans Higher, Wheat & Corn Lower to Open Monday By: South America's turmoil in the agriculture industry is continuing to give soybeans a bit of a boost to start the week. Be watching for the planting progress report this afternoon to set the tone for the…
U.S. Ethanol Exports Worth $2 Billion By: By USDA/FASU.S. ethanol exports rebounded in 2014, with value and volume both up approximately 35% from the previous year, although still below the record set in 2011, according to the USDA report released…
Soybean Market Loses Strike Support By: Soybeans end the week on a bearish note, as they close near the week’s lows. These lows were scored earlier in the session. For the week, the July beans ended down 6 cents. But, today’s close was 30 ¼…
SoyRoy: Key Spring Marketing Moves By: We have not had a lot of rain this spring here in Cass County. However we have had several small rains that have succeeded in keeping the soil damp and just  wet enough to prevent a lot of planting. Those…
Market Starter: Grains Fighting to Post Spring Low By: Bulls in the grain and soy markets are probably beginning to feel a bit like Sisyphus who was condemned to push a boulder up a hill time and again only to watch it roll back down before beginning the entire…
Here's One Options Strategy for Marketing Soybeans Right Now By: New-crop bean prices have traded from $10.05 to $9.33 since January. November futures, as of this Perspective, are trading near $9.60. Prospects for a large projected U.S. and world carryout suggest farmers…
Corn, Soybean Markets Start May Lower By: DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--On Friday, ideal planting weather, a failed Argentine strike and macroeconomic reports all pressured the CME Group's corn, soybean, and wheat markets.  At the…
Soybean, Wheat Markets Seen Up Friday By: On Friday, the CME Group's corn, soybean, and wheat markets are expected to start mostly higher. The early calls for the commodities on Friday, May 1, 2015, are mostly stronger. Corn is seen opening…
Soybeans, Wheat Fall Double-Digits By: DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--After ticking higher to start, the CME Group's soybean and wheat markets closed lower Thursday.At the close, the July corn futures settled 1 1/2 cents lower at $3.66…
Market Starter: Grains Reaching 'Levels of Value' By: With the exception of a possible psychological boost with the beginning of strike season in Argentina and pressure in the dollar there is little in what would be considered positive fundamental news. …
Farm Markets To Push Higher Thursday By: On Thursday, the CME Group's corn, soybean and wheat markets are expected to start mostly higher. The early calls for the commodities on Thursday, April 30, 2015, are mostly stronger. Corn is seen…
Is A Low Near for Corn Prices? Here's One Technical Trend to Watch By: Next week's near-perfect weather outlook has farmers running hard to get a corn crop in the ground. Some analysts say the end of this week could see the crop completely sown. These circumstances are…
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