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Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group in Chicago, thinks soybean prices are in dangerous territory right now.
Commodities analyst Andy Shissler argues that the Chinese economy will likely continue expanding along with demand for U.S. crops.
When it comes to the U.S. economy, the agriculture industry is a star student. Agricultural exports will once again exceed imports by more than $20 billion in 2015.
On Wednesday, ethanol settled 6 cents a gallon above gasoline futures. And that trend looks poised to continue.
World inventories of wheat, corn and other grains will reach 447 million metric tons by the end of the current marketing year, the highest since the 1986-87 season.
Combines are starting to roll in the South, and after an early and record fast start to corn planting, the wave of harvest will quickly be heading north.
Don’t expect your farm bill payment for corn and soybeans to be the same as your family member who farms nearby.
Grain markets are higher on short covering and bargain hunting ahead of weekly export sales.