While trade issues will likely continue to be the center focus, there are plenty of other things to monitor as well. Here are key dates to be aware of as summer starts to wrap up.
The supply and demand fundamentals continue to balance each other well, which is why prices continue to chop and traded in this sideways pattern. Yet be aware of what might be lurking ahead.
It happens nearly every year; the summer weather rally. Seasonally, that is also the best time to capture cash marketing opportunities for new crop sales.
While you’re busy in the fields this month, there are a few reports coming that will likely trigger larger-than-normal market reactions.
Today’s USDA report painted a very friendly and supportive tone for grain prices going forward into the U.S. planting and growing season for 2018.
There has been quite an uproar the past few years about the seemingly “mystical and all-knowing” funds and speculators in the commodity marketplace.
Make the most of every penny possible. Here is a quick hit list of five tips to make the most of your time and grain.
It’s the time of year to think back and reflect on 2017. Here are the top five grain and livestock marketing pieces many have expressed they want to improve upon in 2018.
If exports don’t pick up steam in the coming months, the “extra supply” from this year’s harvest will stay on U.S. soil.
Cattle futures have come to life yet again. Demand, and demand alone, is the sole reason for higher prices. Domestic and export demands are solid as packers gear up for holiday needs. At the end of October, beef prices increased substantially suggesting boxed beef prices on Friday, October 27, closing at $203.30. This is the highest beef market since early August.