Russia remains the top global wheat export market but the country still have its limits.
The grain markets in the U.S. continue to be volatile with wheat prices down while others like corn improve.
Wheat and other agricultural products continue to fluctuate due to weather conditions and other factors.
Strong sales figures reflect the good quality of US rice this year, as well as its competitive prices.
The October WASDE/Crop Production has come and passed and again offered a few changes by the USDA.
The U.S. wheat market started well last week but ended with a decrease due to the USDA small grains production reports.
Corn prices are expected to go up as corn harvest is expected to start in parts of the Midwest in the next two weeks.
Private production estimates for soybeans and soybean meal show promise.
The American wheat market is feeling the pressure as Russia reportedly gains momentum in its wheat output.
Despite heavy rains in various parts of the United States, the frozen concentrated orange juice market experienced an increase last Friday.