DCE Corn Sep '22 (XVU22)
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-133 (-4.53%)since 05/27/22
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-165 (-5.56%)since 03/28/22
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Front month soy trading is leading the board higher led by new crop beans. Soybean prices are up double digits with 1.9% to 2.1% gains of 30 cents. Soymeal futures are 1.7% higher past July on $7.10/ton...
So far through Tuesday’s session the wheat markets are up by double digits in the winter wheats. Spring wheat prices are off their early session highs, but are still 2 1/4 to 9 1/4 cents higher on the...
Corn prices have faded into the midday prints, but the board is still up +1%. New crop recovering 7 1/4 to 9 cents to July’s 15 1/4 cent bounce. Preliminary open interest dropped sharply in July following...
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We kickoff the day with Goods Trade Balance Adv (May), Retail Inventories Ex Autos MoM Adv (May) and Wholesale Inventories MoM Adv (May) at 7:30 A.M., Redbook YoY (25/Jun) at 7:55 A.M., S&P/Case-Shiller...
Grain markets are firm in the early hours, will it continue into the USDA report on Thursday?
Overnight corn trade led the board higher after the updated NASS data. July corn futures held relatively firm on Monday, giving back 6 cents on the day. Yesterday’s new crop trading dragged the market...
So far for Tuesday the soybean session the board is bouncing double digits with gains of as much as 17 1/2 cents. Front month soybean futures ended the first trade day of the week with 6 to 8 3/4 cent...
Wheat futures are back up by double digits following the last 5 trade day losses. Wheat futures closed the first trade day of the week with double digit losses led by spring wheat. MPLS HRS futures were...