Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Crop stress may return with drier, warm Brazilian weather.
Smaller shipments from Black Sea should boost U.S. wheat exports.
Increasing signs that progress can be made at Jan. 30-31 trade talks in Washington.
Driest Brazilian crop areas miss most of upcoming rain, Argentina remains wet.
Prices drop this week should boost demand as Brazil's outlook drier next week than seen on Tuesday.
A stronger dollar and forecast rains for parts of Brazil add pressure to markets.
Markets remain stuck in well-defined trading ranges.
Weather leans negative in South America with global stocks lower on growth concerns.
More U.S./China trade talks later this month adds to positive undertone.
Markets very quiet after failing to take out overhead resistance earlier this week.