AgResource Sunday Commentary; CBOT called higher on failed Russian Coup Attempt and Disappointing Rainfall south of I-80 on the Weekend; Key USDA Reports Due Out Friday

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 5-12 cents higher, corn 4-8 cents higher with wheat called 7-15 cents higher.    AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called higher on the failed coup attempt by the Wagner Group against Russian President Putin and that Midwest crops south of I-80 missed the weekend rain that…

AgResource Monday Holiday Commentary: CBOT is Called Higher on Another Week of Below Normal Midwest Rain; Some Rain for IA/MO/MN on the Weekend; Russia Says “No Deal”

Monday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans and corn 3-6 cents higher with wheat called 2-4 cents higher.    AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called higher on threatening Central US weather with the drought deepening in the Central Midwest. However, recent week price action has shown that CBOT price rallies happen following NASS…

AgResource Sunday Commentary; Disappointing Rain Across W Midwest with 10 Day Forecast of Dryness Causes Higher CBOT Calls

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 6-12 cents higher, corn 3-6 cents higher with wheat called 2-6 cents higher.    AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called higher on threatening Central US weather with less than expected/needed rain falling across the Northern Plains and the W Midwest on Saturday. Showers did fall from…

AgResource Sunday Commentary; CBOT Called Slightly Higher on Ongoing 10 Day Dry Central US Weather; Saudi Arabia Promises 500,000 Mil Barrel/Day Production Cut; OPEC+ Holds Steady

Sunday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 4-9 cents higher, corn 2-5 cents higher with wheat called 2-4 cents higher.    AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called higher on threatening Central US weather with limited rain to fall across the Midwest/ Delta over the next 10 days. The extended range forecast keeps holding…

AgResource Holiday Commentary; CBOT Called Higher on a Stuck US Weather Pattern With another 10-14 Days of Midwest/Delta Dryness; N European Dryness to Also Catch Trade Attention

Monday Pre-Opening CBOT Calls Are: Soybeans 3-7 cents higher, corn 2-4 cents  higher with wheat called 1-4 cents higher.    AgResource Week Ahead Market Discussion: CBOT grains are called higher. The Central US weather forecast remains stuck with limited rain to fall across the Midwest/Delta over the next 12 days. And President Biden and US…