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Cattle futures diverged from Monday's general ag decline

Planting progress may be weighing on corn futures. The corn market may be suffering somewhat from spillover wheat weakness, whereas the supportive result of the weekly Export Inspections report may have cushioned the early slide. FULL STORY »

Crop traders are awaiting today's late-morning WASDE report

The crop markets are looking forward to the USDA report. Corn futures dipped Thursday night, which probably reflected trader balancing of positions in the wake of yesterday’s rally and ahead of the late-morning release of the monthly USDA WASDE report. FULL STORY »

Ag markets traded widely Thursday

Corn futures bounced from early Thursday losses. The early-morning CONAB data concerning Brazilian corn production seemed to exert little impact upon prices. FULL STORY »

Beans and cotton supported the other ag markets Thursday morning

Corn futures bounced from early Thursday losses. The early-morning CONAB data concerning Brazilian corn production seemed to exert little impact upon prices. FULL STORY »

USDA: Corn net sales plummet 83%

According to the USDA’s Weekly Export Sales report, corn net sales of 161,300 metric tons (MT) for 2013-2014 were down 83 percent from the previous week and 77 percent from the four-week average. FULL STORY »

Ag markets moved mostly lower Wednesday

Corn futures dipped Wednesday. Little fresh news concerning corn has emerged since Tuesday, which apparently spurred long liquidation ahead of forthcoming reports. FULL STORY »

Ag markes moved mostly lower Wednesday morning

Corn futures dipped Wednesday morning. Little fresh news concerning corn has emerged since Tuesday, which is apparently spurring long liquidation ahead of forthcoming reports. FULL STORY »

Soy, cotton futures lagged the other ag markets Tuesday

Talk of prospective rainfall sparked Tuesday’s corn bounce. Midwest farmers are likely to plant corn very actively this week, anticipation of which seemed to depress CBOT futures Monday night. FULL STORY »

Soy, cotton lagged the other ag markets Tuesday morning

Talk of prospective rainfall sparked Tuesday’s corn bounce. Midwest farmers are likely to plant corn very actively this week, anticipation of which seemed to depress CBOT futures Monday night. FULL STORY »

Corn planting crawls to 29%

Corn planting inched forward this week, falling short of analysts’ expectations and marking yet another week of slow progress. FULL STORY »

Wheat futures were the story in the ag markets Monday

Corn followed wheat higher Monday. Although forthcoming Corn Belt weather looks likely to spur corn planting and improve the potential of the fall harvest, spillover wheat strength boosted yellow grain prices to start the week. FULL STORY »

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