Chicago Agriculture Commodities Traded Mixed

Chicago Agriculture Commodities Traded Mixed


Chicago agriculture commodities traded mixed Wednesday morning with Soybean falling on wetter weather in South America and as investors square positions ahead of US Department of Agriculture (USDA) report Friday.

March Corn were up 0.5c at 3.495 bu, as of 1540 GMT,

March Wheat was 1.5c higher at 4.3375 bu, while

March Soybeans was 5.5c lower at 9.5825 bu.

Rainfall is now forecast for the next 10 days in parts of Argentina, which may boost crop prospects in the country, according to Commodity Weather Group.

Rain is also expected in the central Midwest of US, which may boost prospects for some soft red Winter Wheat crops, but any help is limited, the forecaster said

Stay tuned…

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