Wheat is still in an uptrend, while corn makes its best close since January 11. Read more in Rick Alexander’s commentary.
“Look for choppy, sideways trading for corn”, says Rick Alexander. Learn more trading strategies for the grains market in today’s commentary.
Higher to sharply higher closes Wednesday for Minneapolis, Kansas City and Chicago wheat along with oats, rough rice soybeans, soymeal, soyoil and corn all being led by the wheat.
Wheat and hog futures make another new contract highs. Find out what to look out for in the grains and meat markets for today’s session.
Higher closes yesterday for soyoil, Minneapolis, Kansas City and Chicago wheat while lower for corn, oats rough rice, soybeans and soymeal. What’s in store for the grains market in today’s session? See Rick Alexander’s commentary for more.
Natural gas is in a small bull pennant; wheat contracts are all trending higher and read why $4.00 is a special target price for corn futures.
Wheat remains in an uptrend; oats settled lower but still in a bull pennant; buy signal for corn.
The spotlight today is on grains and meats. See more in Rick Alexander’s commentary.
All of the wheat contracts look strong; while oats looks to be forming a bull pennant. How will the grains market close the week? Here’s more from Rick Alexander.
Wheat futures continues to look very strong; soybean meal forming a bull pennant.