The USDA released its April World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report on Tuesday.

U.S. wheat 2018/19 ending stocks were raised to 1.087 billion bushels from 1.055.

Soybeans were lowered five million bushels down to 895 million, while U.S. corn ending stocks rose from 1.835 billion bushels to 2.035.

On the world side, wheat ending stocks increased from 270.5 million metric tons to 275.6.

Soybeans rose from 107.2 to 107.4 million metric tons, and corn increased from 308.5 to 314 million metric tons.

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