Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Quiet session waiting for U.S. crop condition reports later today.
With global corn and wheat crops slipping, the warm, dry August U.S. forecast may increase risks for U.S. crops.
Drought expansion may continue into August.
Shallow rallies stall on Midwest weather forecasts and few signs of any U.S.-China trade negotiations.
Grain markets build on technical rebound as solid finishes today increase intermediate prices outlooks.
Trucking cost uncertainty and rising cargo thefts leave Brazil logistics snarled.
Hot temperatures and some excessive moisture reduce Midwest crop conditions.
Dryness concerns rising in Australian wheat belt as rains may favor crops in China and Russia.
Weekend rain and more this week will help to cool temperatures for the next week.
Rising demand should help to put a floor under prices after new lows last week boosted fund short positioning.