Corn Futures PricesMon, Sep 22nd, 2014
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Corn futures closed around a penny lower on the day, with some pressure from harvest yield reports. After the close, the USDA released its weekly Crop Progress Report showing a slight improvement to the overall condition which bumped up the Brugler500 Index to 388, up 1 point from last week. US harvest progress came in at 7% in the weekly report, vs. 4% last week and the 5yr average for this week of 15%. The crop is 42% mature, still 12 points behind the 5yr average. The weekly Export Inspections Report from the USDA released this morning showed 1,018,858 MT inspected this week, compared to 456,768 MT during the same week last year.
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