Sunday, January 17, 2021
sweet corn

Marlin Clark offers insight on how commodities are being controlled strongly by the continued economic struggle related to the spread of COVID-19.
grain dump

As coronavirus takes a toll on international markets, the grain markets are less affected than others. Find out how the COVID-19 is affecting grain prices.
Ag trade photo

Marlin Clark believes grain prices have bottomed out, allowing sizable gains in the corn and soybean markets. Learn more in this week's grain markets report.

Marlin Clark discusses how rumors are affecting the grain markets for the week of Feb. 23, 2020.

A lack of faith is the biggest factor in grain price movement in the year 2020 so far, Marlin Clark explains in his weekly update on the grain markets.
barley fields

Marlin Clark explains how the "Groundhog Day" effect is affecting grain markets and offers insight on other factors influencing the markets.

Marlin Clark explains how the coronavirus has disrupted price patterns for commodities as diverse as crude oil and corn.
Spillman Grain Farm

Marlin Clark offers grain market insight following the release of the January USDA Inventory reports and the signing of the Phase One China Trade Agreement.
corn field partially harvested

According to Marlin Clark, the results of the USDA January reports, released Jan. 10, were unsatisfactory. Find out why in this week's grain markets report.

Marlin Clark reflects on how recent military action taken to eliminate Qasem Soleimani, an Iranian General, might affect the grain markets.