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Corn Jul '19 (ZCN19)

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Corn Futures Market News and Commentary

Corn Market Gives Back Overnight Gains

Following the Monday drops, prices are another 1 to 2 cents lower to start the Tuesday session. Corn lost a nickel to 8 3/4 cents on Monday. After the close, NASS reported corn maturity progressed 18% to 59%. Harvest also progressed by 3% on the week to 8% cut – 5-yr av @ 10%. Harvest in TX was 69% complete, compared with their average of 10%. In NE, 10% of new crop was cut by Sept 20, compared to the average of 4%. Conditions from the Crop Progress report were 61% good/ex for a Brugler500 score of 356. USDA’s weekly Export Inspections report confirmed 755,11 MT of corn shipped on the week ending 9/17. Milo exports were 71k MT, almost exclusively to China (save for 49 tonnes to Italy).

--- provided by Brugler Marketing & Management

Contract Specifications

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Contract
Corn
Contract Size
5,000 bushels
Tick Size
1/4 cent per bushel ($12.50 per contract)
Trading Hours
7:00p.m. - 7:45a.m. and 8:30a.m. - 1:20p.m. (Settles 1:15p.m.) (Sun-Fri) CST
Exchange
CBOT
Point Value
$50
Margin/Maintenance
$935/850
First Notice Date
06/28/19
Expiration Date
07/12/19 (expired)

Seasonal Chart

Corn Jul '19
Average Price Chart for 5 Prior Jul Contracts

Commitment of Traders Positions as of Sep 15, 2020

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Commercials - Long / Short
712,879 (+27,045)
776,348 (+46,412)
Non-Commercials - Long / Short
339,901 (+23,210)
228,067 (-4,935)
Producers - Long / Short
436,117 (+19,290)
690,974 (+36,324)
Swap Dealers - Long / Short
241,698 (-502)
50,310 (+1,831)
Managed Money - Long / Short
198,747 (+11,919)
152,552 (-10,386)
Other Reportables - Long / Short
141,154 (+11,291)
75,515 (+5,451)
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Price Performance

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
1-Month
408-2 +10.10%
on 07/02/19
464-2 -3.18%
on 06/17/19
+19-4 (+4.53%)
since 06/12/19
3-Month
343-0 +31.05%
on 05/13/19
464-2 -3.18%
on 06/17/19
+80-0 (+21.65%)
since 04/12/19
52-Week
343-0 +31.05%
on 05/13/19
464-2 -3.18%
on 06/17/19
+66-0 (+17.21%)
since 07/12/18

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Key Turning Points

2nd Resistance Point 460-5
1st Resistance Point 455-1
Last Price 449-4s
1st Support Level 445-7
2nd Support Level 442-1

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52-Week High 464-2
Last Price 449-4s
Fibonacci 61.8% 417-7
Fibonacci 50% 403-5
Fibonacci 38.2% 389-3
52-Week Low 343-0

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