1. Soybeans, Grains Slightly Higher Overnight Ahead of Thanksgiving HolidaySoybeans and grains were higher overnight amid low volume ahead of Thanksgiving. The Chicago Board of Trade will be open normal hours today, closed tomorrow and then close early on Friday. Fundamentally, there’s some concern about dry weather affecting crops in Argentina, and the potential for a La Nina to develop, which may bring warmer and drier conditions to South America, which generally helps corn and soybean prices.
1. Soybeans, Grains Little Changed Overnight on Lack of News, Quiet TradingSoybeans and grains were little changed overnight on light volume, which is to be expected in a holiday-shortened week. Prices are still rangebound as the negative supply fundamentals – better than average yields in the U.S. and favorable weather, so far, in South America – bump against intermittent positive demand news.
1. Grains, Soybeans Little Changed as Fundamental News LackingGrains and soybeans were little changed overnight on little fundamental news. Prices continue to be stuck in a trading range thanks to little market-moving news. The harvest is almost complete in the U.S. with 83% of corn in the bin and 93% of soybeans collected, according to the Department of Agriculture. With crops almost harvested, traders and investors are keeping a close eye on demand, but so far that’s been pretty quiet as well.
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