Wheat- The Laggard that Will Catch Up

June 13, 2016

Soybeans were the first to tell us that the 2016 crop year is going to be a lot different than the past three years. In my latest work for QT Ag Online, I point out that corn is now following the beans and while wheat prices have been lagging due to high inventories there are signs that wheat too will follow in a year that is starting to look more and more like 2012 for the grain markets.

Article: Wheat- The Laggard that Will Catch Up

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