Gains see increase across the board for the big three.
Wheat 💠374,244 MT
Wheat inspections up 374k tons vs 257k the previous week. Corn rose to 1,189k tons vs 1,015k. Soybeans up to 717k tons vs 633k.
The U.N. and Turkey broker an agreement with Russia and Ukraine, to extend the Black Sea Grains Initiative on Saturday. Corn futures prices fell $0.02-$0.06/bushel lower on the news. Markets will also be watching the release of the March 31 Prospective Plantings report from USDA.
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