Grain and soy futures are rising ahead of long holiday weekend. The focal point today is the June jobs report. Meanwhile, a USDA attaché expects Chinese imports of corn to slow notably in 2021-22.
EPA still not expected to grant many RFS waivers despite court ruling.
FOMC minutes | Gas prices nearly $1 higher than year ago | EU carbon tax $-maker
Child tax credit payouts start today | Recap of, reaction to Biden’s executive order
Analysts don’t know how to size up HRS wheat crop | Brazil corn crop lowered again
Markets favoring the upside as trade readies for USDA reports. Timely rain for much of the Corn Belt, but Upper Midwest remains dry. China to boost boost storage capacity and ease restrictions for small hog producers.
USDA nearing $7.4 billion in Biden admin.-issued pandemic aid
Vilsack on trade policy: Avoid over-reliance on China; no deal with EU soon