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Dramatic rebound in corn export sales

Corn export sales handily topped expectations the last week of September, with more export facilities reopening and fresh supplies in the U.S. pipeline. Sales were up sharply from sub-400,000 MT in recent weeks.

Democrats Accept Offer from McConnell to Raise Debt Limit Until December

Putin offers to help ease European energy prices… with stipulations

First Thing Today | Oct. 7, 2021

Global food prices up nearly a third from year-ago. Farm optimism slides as inputs rise, ag trade prospects dim. Debt limit ceasefire. Russia offers to ease Europe’s gas crisis, with stipulations.

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Midweek Cash Markets | October 6, 2021

Corn and soybean basis ticks up after extended declines.

After the Bell | October 6, 2021

After the Bell | October 6, 2021 Corn falls third straight day, soybeans near six-month low as harvest rolls along; wheat firmer.

Beef exports topped the $1 billion mark for the first time in August, despite shipping challenge

“The August export results would be impressive under any circumstances, but achieving these totals despite all the Covid-related obstacles at home & overseas is truly remarkable,” says USMEF President Dan Halstrom

Attache Raises China's Corn Import Projection | FTT Audio Oct. 6, 2021

President Biden hints at sidestepping filibuster rules, Bayer AG wins in court decision and the USTR will accept comments on U.S./China trade policy...

What You Need to Know About Debt Limit Debate

Biden slashes social/climate change spending bill by more than $1 trillion