Traders are hoping to see a rise in both grain and livestock futures this week. Mark Oppold has more details.
Traders are keeping an eye on Wall Street. Mark Oppold has more on that, along with noting where the national debt currently stands.
Last week Mark Oppold talked about various agricultural commodities and how November was not a very friendly month for many of them. Today he looks at how they’ve performed so far this year.
Like the past couple of months, November was not a very friendly month for many of the agricultural commodities. Mark Oppold looks at how trading did this past month.
Grain traders are watching both corn and soybean futures this week. Mark Oppold notes that despite the lack of lack of fresh news, there has been some movement.
Grain and livestock trading is somewhat limited this week due to a lack of fresh news. Mark Oppold has more details.
It’s typical during a holiday period, but as Mark Oppold reports, news in the grain trade is light right now.
With this being a holiday week, trade volumes are quite a bit lower than normal. Mark Oppold has more on that along with a few numbers from a recent video cattle auction.
Energy markets are something traders are still watching as we near the end of another year. And as Mark Oppold reports, a holiday weekend approaching is another reason why.
Various factors are being looked at when it comes to both the corn and soybean trade right now. Mark Oppold runs through some of the things traders are watching.