The grain markets could have some more negative news in the USDA November report.
Almost every crop is ahead of normal harvest progress due to the warm fall (except sugar beets), which usually leads to smaller harvest losses, analyst says.
The Midwest harvest could be over in mid-October, analyst says.
Inflation concerns are alive and well in the commodities markets as crude oil and cotton prices join oats in reaching multiyear highs.
Midwest temps are still forecast above normal, but wetter, which is a more bullish forecast than before.
After rallying for about a week following the bearish USDA report, the market is now faltering.