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Soybeans Jul '13 (ZSN13)

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
1485-4 +5.23%
on 06/24/13
1630-0 -4.10%
on 07/09/13
+22-4 (+1.46%)
since 06/12/13
1341-0 +16.57%
on 04/24/13
1630-0 -4.10%
on 07/09/13
+184-0 (+13.34%)
since 04/12/13

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Fri Apr 28, 7:29AM CDT
Soybean futures are currently steady to 1 cent lower. They were steady to fractionally higher on Thursday, with some back months 1/4 cent lower. May 17 soy meal was up 90 cents, with soy oil down 21 cents in the front month. Weekly export shipments for soybeans were 782,126 MT, 81.5% higher than last week and 180.7% above a year ago. Total commitments are ahead of last year by 24.1%. As a percentage of the final USDA export projection, they are 102%, vs. 89% last year and the average of 96%. If soybeans have a few more weeks of good shipments and sales, the USDA may increase their estimate for exports. Shipments for soy meal were 31.3% lower than last year at 170,576 MT. Weekly shipments for soy oil were back on track at 32,639 MT. World soybean production estimates by the IGC were raised 3 MMT to 348 MMT. Argentine soybean harvest is now 32.3% complete according to the BAGE, up from 16.3 last week. There were 303 delivery notices against May meal overnight, mostly stopped by an FC Stone customer. Soybean deliveries were stout at 1,015 contracts, with all coming from WFC and ABN AMRO customers.

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Barchart Technical Opinion

The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 72% Buy with a Weakening short term outlook on maintaining the current direction.

Longer term, the trend strength is Strong. Long term indicators fully support a continuation of the trend.

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Contract Specifications

Barchart Symbol ZS
Contract Soybeans
Exchange Symbol ZS
Exchange CBOT
Point Value $50
Tick Size 1/4 cent per bushel ($12.50 per contract)
Margin/Maintenance $2,310/2,100

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Support & Resistance

2nd Resistance Point 1625-5
1st Resistance Point 1594-3
Last Price 1563-2s
1st Support Level 1547-5
2nd Support Level 1532-1

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