More bullish news is coming to the corn market in coming months, analyst says.
We are hitting price levels that, once again, one could make sales at – finally, analyst says.
The U.S. probably has a more ‘normal crop,’ with problems with drought in Iowa and points east, due to a dry July and August, analyst says.
U.S. crop yield potential is dropping at rates as fast as any drought we’ve had, analyst says.
It’s likely that the USDA will hike yields in next week’s report, one analyst says.
The 2020 crop so far has thrived due to stored soil moisture at the beginning of the year, one analyst says.