- Exceptionally high prices are nice, but they usually worsen future low-price problems. Ray, Daryll E.; Schaffer, Harwood D. // Southwest Farm Press;10/18/2012, Vol. 39 Issue 20, p17
The article discusses the future and present impact of high corn and soybeans prices on farmers in U.S.
- Soybeans higher, wheat closes lower. // High Plains Journal;12/19/2011, Vol. 129 Issue 52, p2-C
The article reports on the National Grain Market Summary which reveals that corn has closed with slight losses with soybeans higher as both closed well off session lows with wheat which has lower as bearish outside market influences pressured grains in the U.S.
- Net returns: Corn over soybeans. Brandon, Hembree // Southeast Farm Press;2/17/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p24
The article discusses the projected net returns of corn production over the production of soybeans in the U.S. for 2010. It notes that David Asbridge thinks that growing corn would be more profitable than beans as soybean prices would likely drop during the spring season. It adds that Asbridge...
- Keep perspective for the long term. SUDERMAN, ARLAN // Michigan Farmer (0026-2153);Aug2011, p62
The article presents an outlook for 2012 corn and soybean stocks in the U.S. Stocks are at tight levels as a percent of annual usage as South America continues to feed the global soybean market. The year's corn and soybean crops remain in doubt since soybeans are in their critical phase which...
- Volatility can be good thing. BURGENER, PAUL // Ohio Farmer;Nov2013, Vol. 309 Issue 11, p92
The article offers information on the market volatility which can be farmer's best friend or worst enemy depending upon its management and also discusses effect of corn and soybean prices on market volatility.
- Cash markets could be volatile. KNORR, BRYCE // Wallaces Farmer;Sep2015, Vol. 140 Issue 9, p91
The article focuses on the changeable condition of the cash market of corn and soybean due to season changing season.
- Soybeans close higher. // High Plains Journal;9/8/2014, Vol. 132 Issue 36, p5B
The article presents a report of the National Grain Market Summary on the growing economic condition of soybeans, and declined condition of wheat and corn in the U.S. market on September 2, 2014.
- Tie to outside markets is unavoidable. Suderman, Arlan // Southern Farmer (1541-2008);Oct2012, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p49
The article reports on the net fund ownership of corn and soybean which reached a $ 68 billion as the money in Wall Street in New York City tried to capture the impact of the historic drought in 2012.
- Holding com could prove risky. KNORR, BRYCE // Michigan Farmer (0026-2153);May2015, Vol. 319 Issue 5, p30
The article predicts the economic condition of the corn market in the U.S. in 2015, mentions that the cash markets and futures can recover in May 2015 on lack of farmer selling and mentions that cash prices for soybean for 2015 fall to 8.50 dollars a bushel.