The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission is scheduled to release its weekly Commitments of Traders reports at 3:30 p.m. CST (2130 GMT), delayed from Friday due to the Veterans Day holiday. About 95 percent of winter wheat has emerged, near the 98 percent average. CBOT December corn settled up 2 cents at $3.43-1/2 per bushel, holding above the contract low set Thursday at $3.40-3/4. USDA supply/demand reports last week raised estimates of the US corn yield to a record-high 175.4 bushels per acre, topping trade expectations.
Tesla is 'hotbed for racist behavior,' lawsuit alleges
Three more cases were filed in October, all based on racism, and allege that coworkers used racial slurs and made racist drawings. Shares of Tesla closed down 2.1 percent on Tuesday afternoon following news of a civil rights lawsuit against the automakers.
Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) grains closed lower on Monday with soybean futures falling to their lowest in a month, pressured by improving crop weather in South America and chart-based selling.
China calls for advancing free trade talks with S.Korea, Japan
The tensions triggered by North Korea's missile tests were not mentioned during the opening statements of Duterte and Moon. The two countries agreed to normalize their ties in a joint statement issued by their foreign ministries on October 31.
Flat to weaker in rangebound trade, hovering just above contract lows as the U.S. harvest progresses.
'Sofa Sunday' joins ranks of Black Friday, Cyber Monday
And don't fret if you spend the entire Thanksgiving weekend hanging out with your family instead of shopping. Beyond the possibility of harm, many stores do not even open until midnight or normal hours Friday.
January soybeans went down 3.75 cents at 9.705 USA dollars per bushel as of 1610 GMT in the morning trading, December corn was down 2.5 cents at 3.3975 dollars, while December wheat was up 4.25 cents at 4.285 dollars.