Demand, South America’s crop-weather and a lower U.S. dollar all help the ag markets.
Dry weather returning to Argentina’s soybean crop, along with short-covering and demand, are all helping support the soybean prices.
The market has been building in a bearish USDA January Crop Production Report for weeks.
The USDA releases its January Crop Production Report at 11:00am CT, this morning.
The drought-stricken soybean season in Argentina is pushing up prices a bit.
The early year trading is driven by South America’'s crop-weather, outside money, and the upcoming January USDA Report.
Do you want to know if your farm is in jeopardy of financial ruin? There are warning signals that farmers can watch for regarding a decaying financial scenario.
Investors are facing end-of-month and end-of-year trade positioning.
Investors just don’t see any inspirational reason to be active in the farm markets.
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