AgResource Sunday Weather and Market Commentary; Central US Harvest to Speed Ahead; Focus on October 12th WASDE Report; China on Holiday

CBOT Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans 3 cents lower to 1 cent higher, corn steady to 2 cents higher with wheat 1 cent lower to 3 cents higher. CBOT futures are called mixed. Friday’s USDA NASS Stocks and Final Small Grain Report held bullish surprises for grain and a bearish shock for soybeans. US old crop…

AgResoure Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Mixed Ahead of NASS Stocks & Final Grain Summary Report on Friday; Xi Coup Rumors Lack Credibility

Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans 3 cents lower to 1 cent higher, corn steady to 2 cents lower with wheat 2 cents lower to 2 cents higher. CBOT futures are called mixed. CBOT values are mixed to start the week as the leftover impact on last week’s US Central Bank rate hike and recessionary fears (bearish)…

AgResource Sunday Weather/Market Commentary; A Macroeconomic Week Ahead as the US Central Bank Raises Interest Rates; Midwest Harvest to Gather Steam on Dry Weather

Sunday Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans 2-5 cents lower, corn 1-3 cents lower with wheat steady to 3 cents lower. CBOT futures are called steady to slightly lower. The US Central Bank is expected to raise their lending rate by .75% on Wednesday (to 3-3.25%) with the Midwest harvest to gain speed in the days ahead.…

AgResource Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Slightly Lower Ahead of USDA Sept Crop Report; US Inflation Data Due Tuesday; Ukraine Offensive Makes Big Strides

Sunday Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans 3-5 cents lower, corn 1-3 cents lower with wheat called 2-5 cents lower. Remember and Reflect on 9/11. CBOT futures are called slightly lower.  The USDA will release their September Crop Report Monday at 11 AM CT, the report will help define the autumn CBOT market trend. And the US…

AgResource Labor Day Pre Opening Commentary:Called Slightly Higher on Dry W Midwest Weather, Marco Economic Headwinds Ahead

Monday Pre-Opening Calls Are: Soybeans 3-8 cents higher, corn 2-4 cents higher with wheat called 2-5 cents higher. Happy Labor Day! CBOT futures are called slightly higher to start the holiday shorted week. Market macroeconomics lean bearish with China’s shutdowns expanding and lengthening, while Russia has shut off its flow of natural gas to Germany/Europe.…