Davis Michaelsen and Editor Brian Grete discuss this week's market action...
Disconnect between prices and production threatens to create a “volatility trap” in commodities and discourage investment in the sector, something that could threaten the supercycle.
Nearby corn ends near 10-year high amid strong exports, supply concern; soybeans mixed, wheat sinks on profit-taking.
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The amount of U.S. winter wheat considered in drought conditions remained constant at 69%
HPAI cases continue to mount, straining egg supplies, striking Argentine truckers fail to reach agreement and China will cut interest rates to support economy...
Financial officials next week to discuss food shortages and price increases brought on by war
Corn seen firmer after posting contract highs overnight, soybeans higher, winter wheat lower after erasing gains.
Pork export sales drop