Market recaps for corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle & hogs.
Forecasts of improving weather in Argentina over the next two weeks weighed on the grain and soy complex.
Today's closing prices and market recaps.
Soybeans faced light profit-taking pressure at the end of the overnight session, which is likely to spill over into the start of daytime trade.
Soybeans are expected to lead price gains in the grain and soy markets this morning after a strong performance overnight.
Bears tightened their grip on the grain and soy markets overnight after a disappointing finish on Monday. Lower price action is expected this morning.
Corn and wheat are expected to open lower, with soybeans likely to trade higher initially this morning.
Grain and soy futures are expected to open firmer on corrective buying, though it has been a struggle to find sustained buying during daytime trade on bounce attempts this week.
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Soybeans are expected to trade higher on corrective buying. Corn and wheat are likely to face followthrough selling.
Grains are expected to open mixed following the extended holiday weekend as traders sort out South American weather, outside markets and China's surging Covid cases.
Wheat firmer amid concern extreme Plains cold may damage crop; corn hits three-week high, soybeans firm.
Winter wheat futures rise to three-week high amid Plains cold snap; corn, soybeans steady-weaker.
Soybeans reach one-week high, corn and wheat mostly firmer in subdued pre-holiday trading.
Soybeans higher on demand fundamentals, dollar weakness; corn and wheat also mostly higher.
Soybean futures fall to lowest level in a week after weekend rains in South America; corn and wheat also lower.
Corn, soybeans narrowly mixed, wheat lower as traders watch weather, outside markets
Corn, wheat climb to highest levels in over a week, soybeans also firmer amid supply, weather concerns.
Soybean futures lower in wake of higher USDA stocks, Argentina rains; corn and wheat higher.
Grain, soybean futures mixed-firmer, in narrow ranges ahead of monthly USDA Supply & Demand update
Soybeans climb to 2 1/2-month highs on strong demand; corn, wheat firmer on bargain buying.
Soybean futures extend gains on demand optimism, wheat firmer in corrective bounce, corn down slightly.
Soybean futures higher on demand optimism, corn firmer on corrective buying, wheat mixed.
Corn, wheat futures higher in corrective rebound, soybeans also firmer on demand optimism.
Winter wheat extends slide to three-month lows on poor exports; soybeans pressured by soyoil weakness, corn lower.
Soybeans extend rally, hit highest level in over two months on demand optimism, soymeal rally; wheat higher, corn lower.
Soybean futures rise to highest in over two months on demand optimism, corn and winter wheat also firmer
Soybean futures end at three-week high amid demand optimism, South America crop concerns; corn lower, wheat mixed.
SRW wheat futures sink to three-month low amid concern over Covid protests in China; corn, soybeans also lower
SRW wheat futures drop near three-month low; soybeans lower on China concerns; corn firmer.
SRW wheat futures sink near three-month low on dollar surge, soft demand; corn also lower, soybeans higher.
SRW wheat drops near three-month low, corn and soybeans also lower, as U.S. dollar surges, China's Covid cases rise.
Soybeans post gain but still end lower on week as crude oil tumbles; wheat lower as supply concern eases following Ukraine deal.
Corn, soybeans, SRW wheat slightly firmer amid corrective buying, tight supply outlook.
Soybean futures drop sharply amid weakness in crude, vegoils; corn, wheat lower on optimism over Ukraine export deal.
Grain, soybean futures lower on growing confidence Ukraine export deal will be extended.
Grain, soybean futures end firmer as reports of Russia missile strikes in Poland stoke supply concerns.
Grain, soybean futures lower on optimism Ukraine export agreement will be extended.
Corn, soybean futures lower on demand concerns, U.S. dollar surge; wheat futures firmer.
Corn, soybeans, SRW wheat lower overnight on U.S. dollar strength, China demand concerns,
Grain, soybean futures end week on firm note as U.S. dollar tumbles, China eases Covid restrictions.
Corn futures extended a slide to near six-week lows overnight and SRW wheat fell to a seven-week low as traders readied for USDA’s Crop Production and Supply & Demand Reports at 11 a.m.
Corn falls to five-week low, soybeans and wheat also lower amid U.S. dollar strength.
December corn falls to four-week low, soybeans fade from six-week high amid demand concern; wheat mixed.
Soybeans drop over six-week high amid China demand concern; corn and winter wheat also lower.
Soybeans extend rally, end at six-week high on strength in crude oil, vegoil; corn and wheat also higher.
Soybean futures on pace for weekly gain on strong vegoil markets, demand ideas; corn and wheat also firmer.
Corn ends at two-week low as U.S. dollar rallies, Ukraine export concerns ease; soybeans and SRW wheat also lower.
Corn and wheat futures faced followthrough selling overnight, while soybeans dropped more than they gained on Wednesday.
Wheat futures tumble after Russia resumes participation in Ukraine export deal; soybeans climb to six-week high.
Wheat futures plunge after Russia resumes participation in Ukraine export deal; corn, soybeans also down.