Global corn and soybean ending stock numbers are tight enough that grain traders are watching for any hiccups in production. Bower Trading President Jim Bower says that includes how the developing La Nina impacts South American production. “If Brazil and Argentina get along ok in the new crop year, we’ll probably stay within the trading range, but if the weather gets worse in South America, soybeans can remain volatile, including soybean spreads.”
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