China threatens to tax US soybeans by 25 percent above the normal rate but supply and demand continue to rise, owing to the wet weather.
Trade wars between the US and China hurt crops as futures remain volatile despite closing high on wheat, palm oil, vegetable oil and rice.
Amid trade wars between the U.S. and China, corn stocks remain steady. Experts see a favorable market for corn in the coming days.
Thanks to USDA Perspective Plantings, corn and soybeans closed higher this week. Despite a drop, cotton and sugar remain unfazed.
More soybean and soybean meals were sold last week in anticipation of China’s retaliation against the Trump administration’s trade tariffs.
Despite weather conditions turning good, grains like corn and wheat dropped last week while soybean prices roughly increased.
Corn shook up the agricultural stock market, ending with a massive close at 175 million bushels for exports and 2.127 billion bushels for ethanol.
The weather influences the fate of agriculture across America. While others remain barren, the continuous blizzard weighs down the Northern plains.
Stocks of US wheat took a turn, attributing it to the winter season and La Niña. Canada's wheat stocks look promising, making the most out of...
The grain inventory remains positive with corn production racing against soybeans. With La Niña talks, planting delays could lead to less grain production.