Corn Sep '12 (ZCU12)
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-2-2 (-0.29%)since 08/14/12
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+256-6 (+49.30%)since 06/14/12
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Corn futures are currently 1/2 to 1 cent lower after closing fractionally mixed on Monday. The lack of change masked a lot of activity, with preliminary open interest up 18,765 contracts. Monday's USDA Export Inspections report showed improved shipments of 668,948 MT for the week that ended 1/18. That was 13.62% above the previous week but still 32.18 % slower than this week in 2017. Exports so far in the 17/18 MY are now 36.01% behind last year at 12.689 MMT. Total export commitments for corn are 59% of the USDA full year projection, after Friday's Export Sales report. Last year at this time showed 68% of the USDA projection met, with the average at 61% for this date.
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