Soybean and corn futures were higher overnight as investors jump back into the market amid demand news.
Corn and soybean futures were modestly lower overnight on the CBOT on improved crop conditions and forecasts for rain.
Corn futures and soybean futures both fell overnight as favorable weather continues to boost crop prospects in the Midwest.
Speculative investors were net-short corn by the most since April, the CFTC said in a report on Friday.
Soybeans jumped, rebounding from overnight losses, on speculation that investors will jump on contracts after prices fell to the lowest level since April.
Soybean futures fell overnight after USDA's export sales report showed more were returned than sold.
Wheat futures rose overnight after Egypt issued a tender for wheat.
Soybean futures rose overnight on signs of strong demand for U.S. products.
Soybean futures rose overnight as investors seeking a bargain buy contracts after prices fell to the lowest since April.
Corn and soybean futures were little changed overnight as investors keep an eye on weather forecasts.