Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Weekly export sales rebound and probably lend some support to Thursday's trade.
World prices leading Chicago wheat futures higher on improving global demand.
U.S. and China plan new round of trade levies.
Soybeans drift to new 10-year lows after U.S. announced latest Chinese tariffs.
Corn harvesting may slow this week, especially in the western corn belt.
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Consolidating weekly losses ahead of the weekend.
Markets still digesting bearish USDA supply forecasts with better export demand lending support to beans and corn.
USDA sees stronger U.S. pork and beef exports continuing into 2019.
Traders looking for bullish wheat and bearish soybean data from USDA's monthly Supply & Demand Report later this morning.