AgResource Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Lower as China Holds Fast to 0% Covid Policy; GASC in for December/January Wheat; USDA Report Due Wednesday

CBOT Sunday Pre-Opening Price Calls are: Soybeans 4-10 cents lower, corn 1.5-3.5 cents lower with wheat called 2-6 cents lower. CBOT grain futures are called to open lower to start the week as China “double downs” on their 0% COVID policy as their daily Covid infection rate rises. China’s Gov’t reaffirmed its 0% Covid policy…

AgResource Sunday Commentary: Markets to Open Higher Following Russia’s Exit from Corridor Deal; Brazilian Election, Currencies Elevate Macro Influence

Pre-Opening Calls: Soybeans 10-20 cents higher, corn 12-18 cents higher with wheat 25-40 cents higher CBOT futures are called higher to start the week as markets worldwide digest Russia’s suspending of its participation in the Black Sea export corridor, which for now leaves upward of 100 vessels waiting for loading or inspection in the region.…

AgResource Sunday Commentary: CBOT Called Slightly Lower On Improving South American Weather; US Central Bank Rate Hikes

Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans steady to 2 cents lower, corn steady to 1 cent lower with wheat 1-3 cents lower. CBOT futures are called steady to slightly lower to start the week. Harvest hedge pressure and slowing US wheat/corn and soybean export sales are seen as bearish. Debate over the Ukraine grain export corridor continues…

ARC Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Slightly Lower on Advancing US Harvest/Weak Financial Markets/Strong US Dollar; S American Weather Improves; Too Much Rain for E Australia

Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans 2-4 cents lower, corn steady to 2 cents lower with wheat 1-3 cents lower. CBOT futures are called slightly lower to start the week. Friday’s weak CBOT close and harvest hedge pressure will produce early week weakness. The US dollar rallied sharply while US stock markets fell to steep losses on…

ARC Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Mixed Awaiting USDA October Crop Report; China Returns from Weeklong Holiday; US Soy Harvest to Surpass 50% this Week

Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans 1 cent higher to 4 cents lower, corn 1 cent higher to 2 cents lower with wheat 1 cent higher to 3 cents lower. CBOT futures are called mixed to start the week. Harvest hedge pressure will battle Wednesday’s USDA/WASDE crop report in early week dealings. The USDA report looms large…