Midwest grain farmers are the first to say that 2019 is a year where everything that could go wrong has, and that includes commodities prices that have challenged the autumn harvest even further.
Chicago-based CTA Third Street Ag Investments has outlined what it says is a potential bottom in corn markets. In the managed futures firm’s fall letter to investors officials wrote, “It is our opinion that the corn market is in the process of putting in a bottom.”
As of November 20, December corn futures finished more than 3 cents lower at . . .
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