Wheat futures

Corn and Chicago Wheat come in within range while soybeans are just below the low end of the range.
July Corn futures are higher and Soybean futures are rebounding after last week's losses.
July Corn futures are starting the week on firm footing as market participants try to assess the implications of the cooler weather over the weekend.
Corn futures manage to stabilize yesterday, thanks to some help from the energy while Soybean futures held ground.
Corn futures tried to breakdown yesterday, following a weekend of favorable weather that helped producers stay ahead on planting; Wheat futures rallied in afternoon session.
Corn futures are softer to start the week on the back of good weekend weather, one of the main reasons we recommended selling last week’s midweek rally ahead of the weekend.
July Corn future retreated yesterday while Wheat futures drifted lower
Lower highs for Corn futures last week while July Wheat futures broke down on Friday.
Rumors have been swirling that China was in the market for some big corn purchases. That, coupled with today’s option expiration has provided support in prices over the last few sessions.
Corn futures manage to rally into the weekend, only to give it up in the Sunday night/Monday morning trade. Friday’s COT) report showed funds holding a net short position of 137,571 contracts.