USA: Chicago close grain price

Updated Mar 1, 2023
Chihuahua, Chih.- The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Argentina, shares the Chicago closing prices dated February 27 of the current year for Wheat, Corn and Soybeans. WHEAT: Wheat futures fell as much as 2% on Monday, marking the lowest level since September 2021, as rains in key US growing areas over the weekend boosted US crop prospects, which pushed wheat prices into negative territory. In addition, optimism that the agreement allowing grain shipments from Black Sea ports will be renewed in the coming weeks added downward pressure on prices. CORN: Corn closed negative and was on its way to its fourth consecutive bearish close. In this sense, yellow grain prices were influenced downward by indicators of greater US corn plantings for the 2023/24 cycle. In addition, a year after the price jump resulting from the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, the market has regressed all those gains it obtained at the beginning of 2022. SOYBEAN: The oilseed closed mixed, with ...
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