AgResource Sunday Commentary: CBOT Called Steady/Firm; Energy Markets to Reach to Hamas War against Israel with Iran in Focus; USDA October Crop Report Thursday; Abnormal South American Weather

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans steady to 3 cents higher, corn steady to 1 cent higher with wheat called 1 cent to 2 cents higher.   AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called steady to slightly higher to start the week. The USDA will release their October Crop Report on Thursday with…

AgResource Sunday Commentary; US Gov’t Stays Open – USDA/EIA/CFTC Reporting to Continue; Fund Order Flow Key to Early Week CBOT Trade

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 1-3 cents higher, corn steady to 1 cent higher with wheat called 1 cent to 2 cents higher.   AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called steady to higher to start the week. The US government will not be shutting down and there will be October and…

AgResource Sunday Commentary: CBOT Called Mixed To Start the Week: Lavrov Says No Deal on Black Sea Corridor: Key USDA Report Friday

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 1 cent lower to 2 cents higher, corn steady to 1 cent higher with wheat called 1 cent to 3 cents higher.   AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called mixed to start the week. The Midwest harvest is expanding with corn cutting active and soybeans starting…

AgResource Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Mixed; Wheat Higher on Russian Missile Attack on Odessa; Central US Corn Harvest to Advance Next 5-6 Days

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 2 cents lower to 2 cents higher, corn steady to 1 cent higher with wheat called 1 cent to 3 cents higher.   AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called mixed to start the week. The Midwest harvest is expanding with corn cutting active across the southern…

AgResource Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Steady to Slightly Higher; Russia Says No to Black Sea Grain Export Corridor; Central US Stays Dry; US Corn/Soybean GD/EX Ratings to Drop 2-3%

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 1-4 cents higher, corn steady to 2 cents higher with wheat called 1 cent to 3 cents higher.   AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called steady to higher as the G20 failed to agree on a proposal that Russia would accept to reopen the Black Sea…