Your browser of choice has not been tested for use with Barchart.com. If you have issues, please download one of the browsers listed here.
or
Menu

Corn Jul '17 (ZCN17)

[[ item.lastPrice ]] [[ item.priceChange ]] ([[ item.percentChange ]]) [[ item.tradeTime ]] [CBOT]
[[ item.bidPrice ]] x [[ item.bidSize ]] [[ item.askPrice ]] x [[ item.askSize ]]
All Futures Contracts for [[ item.sessionDateDisplayLong ]]

Brugler report

Get the Newsletter
Mon Apr 24, 12:01PM CDT
Corn futures are trading fractionally higher on Monday, with very wet but potentially unstable forecasts for the central Corn Belt. The USDA Export Inspection report showed corn shipments for the week ending April 20 were 9.28% above last week and 27% higher than a year ago at 1,453,506 MT. Accumulated exports are now 62.24% larger vs. a year ago at 37,340,934 MT. This afternoon’s Crop Progress report is estimated to show corn planting 12%-14% complete as of Sunday. The weekly Commitment of Traders report showed spec funds adding 13,392 contracts to their net short position in corn futures and options as of last Tuesday. Their net short position of 171,809 contracts is the largest since September 27. Taiwan’s MFIG is tendering for 40,000-65,000 MT of Argentine, Brazil, South African, or US corn, with the tender to close on Wednesday. May 17 Corn is at $3.57 1/2, up 1/2 cent, Jul 17 Corn is at $3.64 1/4, up 1/2 cent, Sep 17 Corn is at $3.71 1/2, up 1/2 cent Dec 17 Corn is at $3.82 1/4, up 1/4 cent
  • Stopped Out Of Soybeans After 7 Weeks

    Time to move on

  • Morning Grain Market Research

    It would appear that the grain and soy markets may have finally shaken off the case of the post-Easter blues that they were suffering through last week...

  • Morning Grains. 04/24/17

    DJ Summary for April USDA Monthly Cattle on Feed Data Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s monthly cattle-on-feed report, released at 3 p.m....

  • France Follows U.S. Lead. The Corn & Ethanol Report 04/24/17

    The minions have spoken and the corrupt politicians should soon get an education that they cannot continue to bamboozled the voters they were elected to...

  • US Export Door Opens With Weak Dollar

    Grain markets are higher, supported by a weaker US Dollar and last week’s sell-off of 14 cents in corn and 24 cents in wheat. French election results...

  • Where Are Corn Prices Going

    Remains Choppy

Add Data Columns to this Table
Learn about our Custom Views
Want to use this as
your default charts setting?
Learn about our Custom Templates
Switch the Market flag
above for targeted data.
Open the menu and switch the
Market flag for targeted data.