Corn Commentary
Corn in Red on Monday -

Corn futures drifted 1 to 2 cents lower today. The weekly Export Inspections report showed 636,290 MT of corn shipments on the week ending 10/22.

Corn Lower Out of Weekend -

After last week’s gains, midday corn futures trading is giving back 1 1/2 to 2 3/4 cents. The weekly Export Inspections report showed 636,290 MT

Corn Market Down 1 to 2 Cents -

After last week’s gains, corn is 1 to 2 cents lower to start the new week. On Friday, corn rallied in the afternoon and Dec futures were up 4.29%

Corn Higher at Close -

Corn rallied in the afternoon and added 1 to 3 cents to the week’s move. For the week, Dec futures were up 4.29%. The carry (a.k.a contango)

Corn Neutral ahead of Weekend -

After a week of green candles, corn futures are fractionally mixed at midday on Friday. USDA announced a private export sale of 100k MT of corn to

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Soybean Commentary
Soybeans Close Mixed -

The afternoon rally in the soy complex brough the front month bean contracts back to positive territory, closing as much as 4 cents higher. After

Beans Trading Both Side at Midday -

Soybean futures are trading with midday losses of 1 1/2 cents to 4 1/4 cents. The deferred contracts are down the most so far. Soymeal futures are

Soybean Market Holding Friday Gains -

Soy futures come out of the weekend fractionally higher. On Friday, soybean futures rallied from midday losses to new life of contract highs. They

Soy Rallies into Weekend -

Soybeans rallied off of midday losses and ended the week with 4 to 10 cent gains. November outgained Jan by 3 cents from Friday to Friday, adding to

Friday Soy Profit Taking -

Ahead of the weekend soybean futures are trading mostly lower, with losses limited to 2 3/4 cents. November’s inverse is weakening, now near plus

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Wheat Commentary
Monday Wheat Drops Double Digits -

With increased rain and snow in the central US, the domestic wheat futures closed with double digit losses. KC HRW pulled back the most on Monday,

Wheat Down Double Digits -

After the weekend break wheat futures are down double digits. KC HRW is the weakest, following welcome snow fall and anticipated heavy rains in the

Wheat Sharply Lower in KC -

The wheat complex is trading lower this morning, by 5 to 13 cents. KC HRW is the weakest following welcome snow fall across a portion of the Plains

Wheat Gains on Friday Trading -

Front month wheat futures were higher on Friday. CBT wheat closed the last trading day of the week with 4 3/4 to 10 cent gains. KC HRW gained 7 to 9

Wheat in Black at Friday Midday -

Wheat futures are showing midday gains. CBT wheat is 4 1/2 to 7 1/2 cents stronger so far. KC wheat futures are gaining 7 1/4 to 9 1/4 cents. MGE

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