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...
Increased wheat trade was observed in Chicago but Minneapolis' market closed lower. Production remains steady despite consistently low demands.
Increased sugar stocks offset a dip in the trade market of wheat, corn and oats. Changes in production and usage predict accountability in the next months.
Prices of wheat, corn and oats have dipped in the U.S. but things are looking good for sugar, cotton and orange juice.
US crop prices continue to be volatile due to several factors like the weather, and exports from other countries.
Reports may have underestimated the demand for cotton.
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.
Despite a weaker Canadian dollar last week, the canola market managed to pull itself up and trade higher.