corn Price Indexes by State
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The cmdty Corn Price Index family is a series of volume weighted indexes and price assessments that represent fair value pricing for physical Corn across the United States. The indexes are calculated on a continuous basis and use a sophisticated – but transparent - weighting process to ensure prices are objective and reflective of underlying market economics.
Calculated at the County, Crop Reporting District, State, Regional, and National level – from prices contributed by over 4,000 grain buying locations – there are over 800 different front-month indexes. With forward curves going out twelve months for each index area there are over 10,000 objective prices for Corn calculated each day. Historical information is available through to the start of 2014.
Major growing zones are divided among the following regions:
- Eastern – Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin
- Western – Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, N. Dakota, S. Dakota
- Delta – Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee
The indexes are powered by best-in-class grain prices from the cmdty by Barchart product line. Additional prices, including basis values and forward curve information, are available exclusively to subscribers of cmdtyView® - the leading platform for commodity trading – or other data products available through cmdty.
cmdty Corn Price Indexes
cmdty Insider - Corn Futures Market News and Commentary
Through midday, front month corn futures were 4 3/4 to 6 3/4 cents in the black. Dalian Corn Prices were seen firming on Wednesday to 2,565 yuan/MT (~ $10.09/bu) for Jan’s new crop contract.
USDA’s weekly Export Sales report showed net cancelations for old crop bookings during the week that ended 7/22. That came as Japan canceled 161,100 MT and Venezuela bought 30k MT. Export shipments during the same week were up 35% on the week and were 40% above the same week last season as the 25th consecutive +1 MMT week. Accumulated shipments through the 22nd were 62.112 MMT (or 2.445 bbu). For new crop, FAS reported 529,256 MT of corn booked. That was above expectations and raised the total forward book by 3% to 16.657 MMT (656 mbu).
For milo, USDA reported just 1,984 MT booked in that week. That was as previously unknown business was transferred to China and Mexico bought 1,000 MT. There were no new crop sales. Milo exports during the week were 69,638 MT, exclusively to China,... Read more