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Corn export inspections hold above 1.5 MMT

Wheat inspections were near the upper end of expectations and last week’s tally was revised 75,091 MT higher versus what was initially reported. Soybean inspections, on the other hand, were even lighter than expected.

Monday Morning Wake Up Call | June 14, 2021

Grain and soy futures are under hefty pressure on improved rain chances in the coming weeks. Feeder cattle futures are sharply higher with fat cattle near unchanged. Lean hog futures are under pressure.

Ahead of the Open

Grains, soybeans down sharply as Midwest rains ease dryness concerns.

JBS CEO Gets Congressional Letter Re: Paying Ransom

Will Fed alter its interest-rate hike timeline in Wednesday FOMC statement?

JBS CEO Gets Congressional Letter Re: Paying Ransom

Will Fed alter its interest-rate hike timeline in Wednesday FOMC statement?

First Thing Today | June 14, 2021

Rains for the dry Northern Plains and western Corn Belt are expected to be erratic the next two weeks, with warm temperatures likely to persist. Nevertheless, grain and soy futures are under heavy pressure.

Focus: FOMC Meeting, Biden Meets with Putin, Infrastructure Talks Countdown

Vilsack appears Tuesday before Senate panel and will get lots of questions

Friday Wrap-up | June 11, 2021

Editor Brian Grete and Davis Michaelsen discuss market declines into the weekend and this week's S&D reports...