Corn futures paused this week after pushing above tough resistance last week.
Lawmakers in Washington probably can’t stop themselves from reacting to the problems of the moment, but they’d be wiser to focus on expanding long-term opportunities.
Trump’s comments on election results finally confirms he is on his own.
Nov. 8 elections results will not just be about Trump and Clinton -- they will also help clear the murky air around the fate of several lingering budget and policy issues.
The final appearance by the two presidential candidates together will be the last chapter in what has been an interesting period for U.S. politics.
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Corn plantings of 91.011 million acres, soybeans at 82.059 million acres and wheat at 47.805 million acres were reported by farmers to USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA), according to the October 1 update of the data.
In perhaps some of the most-anticipated minutes from a Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting, Fed members as we all know did not opt to increase short-term interest rates at the September session, but there were three members who dissented with that decision.
U.S. crop insurance indemnities are at $1.226 billion as of October 10 after having passed the $1 billion mark at the end of September, above where the totals stood for 2015 crops which was $6.280 billion, according to data from USDA's Risk Management Agency (RMA).
Key USDA reports are on tap Wednesday, with a light schedule for economic reports.
The report was under expectations, but still signals a solid jobs market as we move into the final quarter of 2016.
As of Saturday, October 22
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