Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Last week's decline spurring increasing demand for U.S. grain supplies.
Rising U.S. and world inventories of corn and soybeans keep funds selling early this week.
Waiting for the 11 a.m. CT fireworks following the release of the USDA Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply & Demand Reports.
Exports continue to provide underlying support for corn and soybean with few signs of an uptick in wheat export business.
Soybeans and grains holding firm ahead of the USDA monthly supply and demand report on Friday.
China may buy 15 million metric tons of new-crop U.S. soybeans even if the trade dispute continues.
Lower U.S. crop ratings set up a firmer opening this morning.
Average U.S. cropland value rises $40 to $4,130 per acre, matching the record set in 2015.
Ahead of the Open: Soybeans Weaker on Increasing U.S.-China Trade Tensions; Grains Firm on Smaller World Crops
China warns White House it's ready for a long trade fight.