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Markets Now with Tyne Morgan: The Catalysts Creating the Bull Market

Despite a couple down days in the commodity markets, core commodity prices were on a solid run in the past couple of weeks. And as a bull market continues to take shape, there are a few key factors in the driver’s seat

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USDA Chief Economist Expects Continued Chinese Demand, Battle Over U.S. Acres

USDA's Chief Economist says the battle for 2021 acreage is on, and it may even bid into specialty crop acres amid strong signals that China plans to continue buying corn and soybeans.

Soybeans, Corn Slump as USDA Projects record Combined U.S. Acreage

U.S. corn and soybean futures retreated on Thursday after the Department of Agriculture (USDA) projected that U.S. farmers would devote more acres to the two crops this spring than any year on record.

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WATCH LIVE: USDA Chief Economist Talks Ag Outlook at 1 p.m. Central

Watch live as USDA Chief Economist Dr. Seth Meyer joins U.S. Farm Report's Tyne Morgan to talk acreage projections, livestock price estimates and more data released at the USDA Outlook Forum.

Here's Why Extreme Volatility and Commodity Price Swings May Be Here to Stay

After consecutive years of stagnant commodity prices for some crops, the market has flipped. From lack of volatility to extreme price moves today, some think the volatility may be here to stay.?

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CME Quarterly Profit Falls as Pandemic Saps Demand for Rate Futures

CME Group on Wednesday reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street expectations, but revenue declined as the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout hurt demand for some of its top products.

Analyst: USDA Waiting for Corn Shipments to China

“The trade really wanted to see USDA get more aggressive on increasing corn export demand, especially after all the sales we had seen to China about two weeks ago,”

As Commodity Prices Rocket Up, Where are Farmers Spending Extra Capital?

A far cry from this time last year, farmers are actually asking the question ‘what should I add?’ versus ‘what do I need to cut?’ With skyrocketing commodity prices, farmers have the opportunity to experiment.