Friday, April 12, 2024

Marlin Clark weighs in on the grain markets with corn and soybean harvest underway.
ohio soybeans

Marlin Clark offers an update on the grain markets, reporting the quality of Ohio's corn and soybeans to be among the best in the country.

After the excitement of unpredictable weather and the influence of the Ukraine War on markets, prices are settling into a predictable pattern.

Recent rains have helped farmers' crops across the United States, but grain prices have fallen as a result of the improved harvest outlook.

The good weather is overcoming the bullish reaction to export problems in war-torn Ukraine so last week's net gains are being lost.
Drought-stricken corn

Grain prices have increased due to the spreading drought across many important production states, however, they become choppy on any idea we will get rain.

There are a lot of traders talking their positions right now. Marlin Clark measures the anecdotal concerns against recent numbers from USDA.

Rain or a lack-thereof continue to impact grain markets, writes analyst Marlin Clark
corn field

This week, the market was hit with fundamental issues that have shattered some assumptions about the corn and soybean markets. Marlin Clark weighs in.
rainbow over cornfield

Marlin Clark analyzes crop conditions and grain futures prices that have been impacted by weather forecasts predicting scattered rain across the Midwest.