Wednesday, January 20, 2021

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

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.

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.

The great weather pattern that had an early harvest started in Ohio came to a wet halt Sept. 28.
corn harvest

December corn futures dropped almost a dime, November soybeans crashed 18 cents, December Chicago wheat dipped 19 cents of the recent gains, in one day. 
Ag trade photo

Soybean, and to an extent, corn, purchases from China have stirred a rally that has November soybean futures over $10 for the first time since Dec. 4, 2017.
wheat harvest

The Sept. 30 U.S. Department of Agriculture grain stocks report is the last gasp for USDA to essentially reduce the crop production numbers from last year.