After the Bell | September 21, 2021
Corn ends lower as USDA rating improves and harvest picks up, wheat lower, soybeans higher.
Temperatures dipped below freezing over Memorial Day weekend in the Upper Midwest and Northern Plains, raising questions about slowed development and the possibility some replanting will be needed.
Frosts/freezes over the holiday weekend have grain and soy futures soaring to start the week.
Jobs report Friday may be key signal of Fed policy ahead
Online COOL amendment still being pushed in Senate innovation bill
Consensus: Hearings needed on livestock pricing issues
Quiet Consolidation After Volatile Price Week in Grains, Soybeans
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Andrey Sizov, head of SovEcon, says, “Spring weather conditions were favorable for the new winter wheat crop. However, there is a big question mark over the spring wheat crop now."