Investors are digesting the trade talk, Argentina’s soybean weather, and positioning ahead of next week’s USDA Prospective Planting Report.
From Iowa to Ohio and from Minnesota to Illinois, farmers say that they expect more soybean acreage than last year.
Outside money pressures the soybean market. Will the bloodletting continue?
Rain falls in Argentina, but will it be enough to calm fears of a falling soybean crop?
Investors are taking profits in the soybean market, while they are backing away from the wheat market beause of weekend rains.
A lot of macro-economic reports will released, Friday.
With wet planting conditions, combined with low prices, Southern U.S. farmers will plant less corn and more soybeans this year.
Brazil's ag minister Blario Maggi says the country needs to import more agriculture products.
The market participants continue to see yesterday’s soybean ending stocks number of 555 million bushels as bearish.
Investors are reacting negatively to today’s soybean USDA Supply/Demand numbers.