Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Rains forecasts into next week will provide underlying support and keep U.S. plantings delayed.
Serious planting delays and more rain in the forecasts increasing U.S. production risks.
Charts turning bullish but dependent on a strong weekly close on Friday.
Forecasts continue to point to extend Midwest planting delays.
China and U.S. agree to keep talking as hopes for a deal linger.
Planting window shrinking but big world supplies ease immediate concerns.
Ahead of Open - Grains Weak on Heightened China Tensions; Market Pauses Before USDA 2019-20 Crop Reports
Planting window opening for the next week for U.S. farmers to rush to catch up on spring seeding.
Planting window opens for a short time next week in U.S. Midwest.
Ahead of the Open: Quiet, Mixed Grain Trade Ahead of China Talks, USDA Supply and Demand Report Friday
Small planting window opens next week for much of the U.S.
Ahead of the Open: Grains Seen Lower as China Compiling Own List of U.S. Goods to Hike Tariffs if U.S. Raises Duties.
Planting window opening next week with dry but cooler weather.