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Corn Mar '17 (ZCH17) CBOT

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Corn futures finished steady to 3/4 cent higher, as March was up cent from last Friday, with little movement throughout the week. The Markets are closed Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day. Weekly data from the CFTC in the Commitment of Traders report had managed money decreasing their net short position in corn futures and options by 19,805 contracts, (about 20%) vs. last week. Rain is causing further delays for the last 9% of Argentine corn plantings. Of the total use modifications in the WASDE report, feed and residual was lowered by 50 mbu, while FSI use was increased 25mbu, coming mainly from larger ethanol production. US average yield was lowered from 175.3 bpa to 174.6 bpa. There were 17 US states where corn yield exceeded 2015. The largest increase was 42 bpa in Oregon, while New Mexico yields took biggest hit at -30 bpa. The North Dakota corn yield jumped 30 bpa yr/yr, which amounted to nearly 189 million bushels more than last year. Lower production estimates helped to cut projected ending stocks 48 mbu to 2,355 mbu. Mar 17 Corn settled at $3.58 1/2, up 1/4 cent, May 17 Corn settled at $3.65 1/2, up 3/4 cent, Jul 17 Corn settled at $3.72 1/2, up 3/4 cent Sep 17 Corn settled at $3.79 1/2, up 3/4 cent
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