Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Conditions failed to respond as much as expected to warmer weather this past week.
Ahead of the Open: Markets Continue to Digest USDA Acreage Shocker; China Trade Truce Provides Little Clarity, Comfort
Weather leans price negative.
USDA announces 544,00 metric tons of soybeans sold to China for old-crop delivery.
Weekly exports improve for wheat, sluggish for corn and soybeans.
Ahead of the Open: Better U.S. Weather Weighs on Grains, Soy as Traders Wait for China Talks This Weekend
Warmer, drier weather into early July may aid crop development stunted by cold, wet weather.
Grains adding production risk premiums.
Grains firming amid ongoing concerns about U.S. production from this year’s unprecedented wet, cold weather.
Markets seen choppy with acreage and inventories reports next week along with U.S./China trade talks in Japan.
Markets in consolidation of recent sharp gains.
Acreage and yield questions remain supportive to corn and soybeans.