Saturday, January 16, 2021
standing corn in field in winter

Last week, corn futures lost 13 cents and nearby (January) soybean futures lost 29 cents. Marlin Clark weighs in on recent changes in the grain markets.
grain

Grain markets on the Chicago Board of Trade can do weird things over the Thanksgiving holiday. Marlin Clark weighs in on the recent changes.
Corn harvest.

Prices on the Chicago Board of Trade continue to please producers. Marlin Clark weighs in on recent fluctuations in grain prices.
soy

Marlin Clark weighs in on the latest changes in the grain markets as corn and soybean futures reach new highs.
covid-19

Marlin Clark weighs in on how Pfizer's announcement that its phase three trials show 90% efficacy for its COVID-19 vaccine has affected the grain markets.
corn field partially harvested

The contra-seasonal market that has made new highs during harvest has finally broken down in the last week. Marlin Clark analyzes the recent changes.
A combine harvesting corn.

The odd harvest rally has continued this week. Corn futures have made modest gains for new highs. Soybean futures made a new high Oct. 27.
harvest

Marlin Clark offers a look into grain prices and harvest progress for the week of Oct. 19, 2020.
stock market

Grain markets hit new highs at or near big psychological numbers, but perceived harvest progress and prospects of continued good weather reversed prices. 
A combine harvesting corn.

Grain markets live for surprises, and that’s what came out of the U.S. Department of Agriculture grain stocks report Sept. 30, Marlin Clark explains.