Canola closed $1.60 to $4.60/mt lower, soybeans ended 46 3/4 cents higher (Sept) to 18 cents lower (Mar), Dec HRS wheat finished 9 cents lower and December corn ended 7 1/4 cents lower.
In morning trade, the TSX is up 30 points to 12,731, despite lower commodity prices. The Canadian dollar is 15 points lower $.9649 CAD/USD. Gold continued its slide towards $1,300, currently at $1,308.80, down $21.80/mt. Crude oil is 88 cents lower at $107.80/barrel, while Brent crude is 40 cents lower at $112.23/barrel.
Friday's early gains across the wheat markets, despite a bearish ...