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Corn P May '13 (CK13) CBOT

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3-Month Performance
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Price Performance

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
1-Month
637-0 +10.95%
on 04/24/13
720-0 -1.84%
on 05/13/13
+48-2 (+7.33%)
since 04/12/13
3-Month
627-2 +12.67%
on 04/05/13
737-0 -4.10%
on 03/27/13
+14-0 (+2.02%)
since 02/14/13

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Corn futures are currently trading steady to slightly higher. Dec16 was up a nickel on Friday, but that contract still logged an 11 3/4 cent loss for the week. Analysts are noting that corn export commitments have reached 53% of the current USDA full year forecast. They would typically be 51%, so there is room for an upward revision next Friday (WASDE report). SAFRAS is now projecting a Brazilian corn crop of 92.3 MMT (combined first and second crop) and a huge jump from last year’s drought depressed crop. The weekly Commitment of Traders report on Friday night showed managed money accounts adding to their net short position in corn futures and options during the week ending 11/29. They had 761 fewer longs and 8,106 more shorts than the previous week. US export prices continue to be comfortably below those of Brazil and Argentina.

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Barchart Technical Opinion

The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 32% Buy with a Strengthening short term outlook on maintaining the current direction.

Longer term, the trend strength is Weak.

The market is approaching overbought territory. Be watchful of a trend reversal.

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Contract Specifications

Barchart Symbol C
Contract Corn [Pit]
Exchange Symbol C
Exchange CBOT
Point Value $50
Tick Size 1/4 cent per bushel ($12.50 per contract)
Margin/Maintenance $1,100/1,000

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Support & Resistance

2nd Resistance Point 721-6
1st Resistance Point 714-2
Last Price 706-6s
1st Support Level 703-0
2nd Support Level 699-2

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