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David Sparks Ph.D.
Market LinePositive territory across the board on Thursday. Wheat closed the day up double-digits.
Market LineChina is buying corn from elsewhere, but the market ended the day close to unchanged.
Market LineWheat prices have been faring better than some others like corn, but can prices hold considering the current global fundamentals?
Market LineWheat weaker to start the week on Ukraine export numbers.
Market LineWheat was up sharply on Thursday, and the cattle rally continues, led mostly by the feeder cattle market.
Line on AgricultureThe World Ag Supply and Demand Estimates report was just released and a key part of the report is how commodity markets will react to COVID-19 uncertainty.
Market LineWheat was having a pretty good week last week but fell heading into the Memorial Day Weekend.
Market LineIt’s that time of year where we expect to see weather in the commodity market headlines.
Market LineNews from Russia sent the wheat market higher.
Market LineBoxed beef is in demand, but processing bottlenecks are an issue for live cattle and feeders.
Market LineSome rare positive news for the corn market.
Market LineThe tone is starting to feel a little more stable in the commodity markets on Wednesday, but wheat was still down on favorable weather.
Market LineGrain markets ended the week in negative territory last week on a strong U.S. dollar and good planting progress.
Market LineWheat was up sharply today. Cattle on the other hand, continue to struggle.
Market LineMarkets were relatively calm on Friday to end the week.
Market LineWheat markets weaker yesterday on improved weather forecasts in key growing regions around the globe.
Market LineYesterday was not only the last trading day of the week due to Good Friday, but also the April WASDE Report.
Market LineThe U S winter wheat crop is rated 62% good to excellent.
The Agribusiness UpdateCanada exempts H-2A workers from coronavirus travel bans, and signs of optimism after China buys more ag products.