Grains were mixed Wednesday with most losses related to chances for rain in western Canada in the extended forecast. December corn, winter wheat and most other commodities were higher, supported by a dry U.S. forecast and an easing of Monday’s COVID-19 concerns.
September corn ended unchanged and December corn was up 2 3/4 cents. August soybeans closed down 4 1/4 cents and November soybeans were up 1 1/4 cents. September KC wheat closed up 8 1/2 cents, September Chicago wheat was up 10 1/4 cents and September Minneapolis wheat was down 19 3/4 cents.
The September U.S. Dollar Index is trading down 0.18 at 92.80. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 243.44 points at 34,755.43. August gold is down $8.60 at $1,802.80, September silver is up $0.27 at $25.27 and September copper is up $0.0135. September crude oil is up $3.09 at $70.29, September heating oil is up $0.0704, September RBOB gasoline is up $0.0810 and September natural gas is up $0.079.