Daily US grain report: wobbly world stock markets limit buying interest in grain markets

US grain futures prices were weaker in overnight trading, on some more consolidation following good gains scored earlier this week, and on fresh trade war and global economic growth worries.
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Weather in the US Midwest leans more toward the bullish camp, as heavy rains hit parts of the Corn Belt this week, delaying harvesting of the corn and soybean crops and causing some concerns about quality. In wheat, a major snowstorm in the northern US plains and Canadian prairies has damaged the spring wheat crops in those regions.

Traders will closely examine this morning's weekly USDA export sales report, and especially be watching for any new purchases from China.

Bulls have bear-term technical advantage as price uptrend has been restarted; more upside likely in near term
Bulls have bear-term technical advantage as price uptrend has been restarted; more upside likely in near term

© Jim Wyckoff

Bulls have bear-term technical advantage as price uptrend has been restarted; more upside likely in near term
Bulls have bear-term technical advantage as price uptrend has been restarted; more upside likely in near term

© Jim Wyckoff

A World Trade Organization trade-dispute decision in favor of the US over the European Union on aircraft has rattled European markets, as the US then announced late Wednesday it will levy new import tariffs on EU products coming into the US

Big and bullish upside price "breakout" from congestion area this week gives bulls power to suggest more upside in the near term
Big and bullish upside price "breakout" from congestion area this week gives bulls power to suggest more upside in the near term

© Jim Wyckoff

Big and bullish upside price "breakout" from congestion area this week gives bulls power to suggest more upside in the near term
Big and bullish upside price "breakout" from congestion area this week gives bulls power to suggest more upside in the near term

© Jim Wyckoff

Weather in the US Midwest leans more toward the bullish camp, as heavy rains hit parts of the Corn Belt this week, delaying harvesting of the corn and soybean crops and causing some concerns about quality. In wheat, a major snowstorm in the northern US plains and Canadian prairies has damaged the spring wheat crops in those regions.

Traders will closely examine this morning's weekly USDA export sales report, and especially be watching for any new purchases from China.

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