With excellent crop conditions, current ideal weather and planting, among others, corn might have already posted its 2018 high.
The grain inventory remains positive with corn production racing against soybeans. With La Niña talks, planting delays could lead to less grain production.
Despite falling short in soybean production, U.S. imports were backed by Argentina. But China stirs an anti-dumping investigation on U.S. grain market.
US soybeans production struggle to keep up with inventories. Despite a drop in numbers, Brazilian and Argentinian production keep soybeans fear at bay.
The corn market has been stagnated for a while but corn prices may recover and could potentially rise.
Corn moved on from its October-low but it's still not enough to reach its summer high.
The October WASDE/Crop Production has come and passed and again offered a few changes by the USDA.
The market remains concerned about the US and international growing weather.
US wheat prices will probably move to the higher end of the world price range.
China is importing significantly less sugar so far this year.