Parts of the central Plains are bracing for a blizzard that blew down out of Colorado and into the High Plains yesterday (agriculture.com/weather).
Blizzard conditions are expected in some parts of the Plains, while most of the Dakotas and western Nebraska also face strong winds that could potentially cause damage, according to the National Weather Service (weather.gov).
No one wants to be on the wrong side of a trade, which means the markets were little changed Wednesday A.M., Nov. 18.
Tuesday brought higher corn and soybean futures at close, but still sinking wheat prices.
Midday trading on Nov. 17 looks similar to the morning. Wheat down 9 cents and corn/beans mixed.
Corn and soybeans are off to a mixed start Tuesday morning, while wheat futures are down because of helpful rain around the world.
Wheat futures fluctuated throughout Monday, Nov. 16. However, corn and soybean futures were up by market close.
Wheat futures took back early losses Monday. Corn and soybeans remain unchanged on lack of news.
Wheat futures are down at the beginning of the week.
After a day of respite, sellers returned to the agricultural markets on Thursday. Corn, soybean, and wheat futures are down.
Corn and soybean futures fell before today's USDA report release. The report will most likely raise the outlook for yield and production.