Profit-taking continues to pressure this week’s ag market action. Plus, better crop-weather in South America makes it tougher for the farm markets to establish a rally.
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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.