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3/31/15
1'4
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2'4
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2'4
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7/31/15                
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10/31/15
1'4
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4'2
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1'4
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4'2
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@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 15 379'0 380'6 379'0 380'6 2'0 378'6 08:54P Chart for @C5H
May 15 388'4 390'2 388'2 389'4 1'4 388'0 08:54P Chart for @C5K
Jul 15 396'4 398'4 396'4 397'4 1'2 396'2 08:54P Chart for @C5N
Sep 15 404'2 405'2 404'2 404'6 1'2 403'4 08:54P Chart for @C5U
Dec 15 414'2 415'4 414'0 414'6 1'4 413'2 08:54P Chart for @C5Z
Mar 16 422'4 423'0 422'4 422'4 0'2 422'2 08:53P Chart for @C6H
May 16 432'0 432'2 427'0 427'4 -3'4 428'6s 08:55P Chart for @C6K
Jul 16 437'0 438'0 431'6 433'2 -3'4 433'6s 08:55P Chart for @C6N
Sep 16 431'0 -3'4 427'0s 08:55P Chart for @C6U
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 15 1011'6 1012'4 1011'4 1012'2 1'0 1011'2 08:55P Chart for @S5H
May 15 1014'0 1017'0 1011'6 1016'2 2'4 1013'6 08:55P Chart for @S5K
Jul 15 1018'0 1021'4 1016'2 1020'6 3'0 1017'6 08:55P Chart for @S5N
Aug 15 1016'2 1018'4 1014'0 1017'6 2'4 1015'2 08:55P Chart for @S5Q
Sep 15 1000'0 1001'6 1000'0 1001'6 3'4 998'2 08:54P Chart for @S5U
Nov 15 985'4 989'4 984'2 989'4 4'2 985'2 08:55P Chart for @S5X
Jan 16 990'0 990'0 990'0 990'0 0'4 989'4 08:55P Chart for @S6F
Mar 16 993'2 992'4 Chart for @S6H
May 16 1011'2 1011'4 993'6 996'0 -13'0 995'2s 08:53P Chart for @S6K
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 15 507'2 508'0 Chart for @W5H
May 15 501'6 501'6 499'4 500'2 0'2 500'0 08:54P Chart for @W5K
+DJ - DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 15 18246.00 18246.00 18233.00 18242.00 - 6.00 18248.00 08:55P Chart for +DJ5H
Jun 15 18180.00 18167.00 Chart for +DJ5M
Sep 15 17617.00 215.00 17617.00s 02/05 Chart for +DJ5U
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now available (through 8/31/15) on corn and beans
delivered out of your bins on space available basis.
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will be limited, starting February 1st due to construction.
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Temp: 22oF Feels Like: 13oF
Humid: 78% Dew Pt: 16oF
Barom: 30.39 Wind Dir: ENE
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 7 mph
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MARKET COMMENTS

Closing Comments 3/02/2015

 
 
 
 CORN BEANS
Corn futures ended the session weaker as fund selling drove prices lower. As of midday funds were estimated to have sold approximately 7,000 contracts of corn. Corn also found pressure from cheaper price competition from outside countries. Both the Ukraine and Argentina did not follow the CBOT rally late last week, allowing both exporters to undercut U.S. corn offers. This is disappointing news as weekly corn export inspections came in this morning at a solid 50.4 mln. bu. Informa is expected to update their world production forecast on Tuesday, while the USDA’s updated numbers will be out a week from tomorrow. The USDA is also surveying U.S. farmers regarding their 2015 planting intentions and March 1st stocks. The anticipation is to see slightly lower corn and slightly higher bean acres compared to last year. Traders also anticipate March 1st corn and bean stocks to be higher than average trade estimates. NOAA’s midday 6 to 10 day weather forecast suggested we’ll see normal temperatures for the western corn belt and the central plains while the eastern cornbelt may continue to see below normal temperatures. The 8 to 14 day forecast looks more favorable, calling for well-above normal temperatures making their way into the western corn belt while precipitation is expected to stay below normal.
 
Soybean and soymeal futures were down sharply today. The weakness in the market was being attributed to fund selling sparked by a favorable South American weather forecast as well as news that the Brazilian trucker strike may be subsiding. Better than expected rainfall fell in Argentina over the weekend, reducing some of their dry areas. There is also talk that the Brazilian trucker strike may be over soon. Brazil’s President ordered additional police and the national guard onto the highways to hand out fines in an effort to prevent new blockages. By yesterday evening, there were reportedly only 12 partial roadblocks nationwide, which was a substantial decrease from the prior day. On Friday, Safras estimated Brazil’s bean harvest at 28% complete compared to an average of 32%. Some traders estimate that their harvest could advance to 40-45% by the coming weekend. Mato Grosso was said to be 53% done compared to 59% a year ago. Traders also continue to keep an eye on China’s bean import totals. Some believe that the USDA’s estimate for China to import 74 MMT’s of beans in the 14/15 crop year may be overstated. Helping to reiterate this thought right now is the fact that China has been fairly quiet in sourcing soy since their Lunar New Year holiday and that their import totals are coming in below prior trade expectations. Weekly U.S. soybean export inspections came in this morning at 23.3 mln. bu. This was the lowest U.S. weekly pace for beans since late September.
 
   

MARKET MOVERS:
 
 
USDA Weekly EXPORT INSPECTIONS Monday 3/2/2015 @ 10:00 am
USDA Weekly CROP PROGRESS Monday 3/2/2015 @ 3:00 pm
USDA Weekly USDA EXPORT SALES Thursday 3/05//2015
USDA Monthly WASDE Monday 3/10/2015 @ 11:00 am
 
 

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