11/24/2020

Nov 24, 2020


11/24/2020
Grain markets took a beating overnight before battling back and gaining all the losses back throughout the day.  As I said before you just can't keep a good thing down and we still have a good thing going.  It was pretty impressive to watch the markets do what they did today.  It feels like part of the grains want to trade a covid scare, but outside markets are not telling us that story, as continued positive vaccine news has the wall street money's hopes up.  Crude oil was higher, the DOW broke 30,000 for the first time and gold was lower which are all signs of a happy market.  Tomorrow we have a full day of markets.  Thursday the markets are closed.  Friday is a short day of trade, which closes at noon.  Glacial Plains is closed both Thursday and Friday this year, so if you would like to work a sell order for Friday's trade make sure you get those working by tomorrow at the close of business.    
 

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