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Soybean export sales top expectations by over 150,000 MT

Weekly export sales data for week ended Sept. 22 revealed a sizable figure for soybeans at 1,003,000 MT, while corn and wheat each landed within the range of expectations.

First Thing Today | September 29, 2022

Overnight trade was light and two-sided, though buyer interest is building with grain and soy markets trading near session highs this morning.

Midweek Cash Markets | September 28, 2022

The national average corn basis turned negative for the first time since mid-April.

After the Bell | September 28, 2022

Grain, soybean futures end firm with boost from strength in crude oil, pullback in U.S. dollar; hogs extend plunge to nine-month low.

Russia Claims Referendum Victory | September 28, 2022

European Central Bank works to stabilize economy, the yuan falls to long-time low and Argentine soybean sales falter...

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Russia suspected of pipeline sabotage | Putin again comments on Ukraine grain export deal

Ahead of the Open | September 28, 2022

Wheat futures extend corrective gains as traders watch Ukraine, corn firmer after dropping to three-week low.

First Thing Today | September 28, 2022

Wheat futures firmed overnight, while soybeans faced mild selling pressure and corn was caught in the middle.