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First Thing Today | July 21, 2021

A high pressure ridge could lead to more drying in western Corn Belt, Northern Plains. USDA isn’t the only one missing the mark on Canada’s wheat crop. Odds are low for a proposed bill to end corn-ethanol mandate.

After the Bell | July 20, 2021

After the Bell | July 20, 2021 Weather concerns push grain and soybean futures higher, hog futures up on strong pork market.

Reuters: White House delays rulemaking on RFS

The Biden administration has delayed its annual rulemaking process regarding its biofuel blending mandates under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) for 2021 (2022 for biodiesel), Reuters says in an exclusive report.

Chart Trend: Daily charts turn higher for corn, soybeans and wheat

Find updates to our short-term, intermediate- and long-term trends for commodity and key outside markets.

First Thing Today Audio | July 20, 2021

Brazil's safrinha corn harvest progress lags year ago, squabbles continue over the infrastructure bill and the Biden administration blames China for a cyber attack...

Senate Dems Release Language for Generating Up to $16 Billion Annual in Carbon ‘Fee’

USDA nearing $7.4 billion in Biden admin.-issued pandemic aid

Ahead of the Open | July 20, 2021

Ahead of the Open | July 20, 2021 Grain, soybean futures expected to open higher following lackluster USDA crop ratings.

First Thing Today | July 20, 2021

Grain and soy futures rallied overnight amid a concerning forecast for some areas and lower-than-expected corn and spring wheat condition ratings.