Grain Markets Firm in the Face of Outside Market Pressure

 
Grain Markets Firm in the Face of Outside Market Pressure

Corn and wheat futures firmed this week despite the U.S. dollar index rising to its highest level since March 2009 and crude oil futures slumping to their lowest level since May 2009. Trade in the soybean market remained volatile as traders continue to flip-lop between bearish supply-side fundamentals and bullish demand. We highlight the news behind the markets, USDA Supply & Demand Reports, as well as the lame-duck Congress reaching a deal that keeps the government open at the 11th hour in this week's Pro Farmer newsletter.

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