CBOT Corn Review

CBOT corn outlook: Sharply higher; tight supply outlooks

U.S. corn futures are expected to begin Wednesday's day session sharply higher, buoyed by tight supply outlooks from federal forecasters. Analysts expect corn to open 15 cents to 30 cents higher. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: Tops $7 on USDA supply projection

U.S. corn futures soared to $7 for the first time in 31 months Wednesday after the government cut projected supplies to what analysts said were precarious levels. Chicago Board of Trade corn for March delivery, the most active contract, ended up 24 1/4 cents per bushel at $6.98. Prices climbed as high as $7.00 3/4 before retreating slightly. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: lower on China rate hike, pre-USDA positioning

U.S. corn futures are expected to open lower Tuesday on a hike in China's interest rate and positioning ahead of a Wednesday government report. Traders expect Chicago Board of Trade futures to open 4 to 6 cents lower. In overnight trade, CBOT March corn was down 5 1/2 cents, or 0.8%, to $6.69 1/4 per bushel. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: Down slightly; profit taking; wheat limits loss

U.S. corn futures ended slightly lower Tuesday on a hike in China's interest rate and positioning ahead of a government report Wednesday. Corn for March delivery, the most active contract, ended down 1 cent, to $6.73 3/4 per bushel. FULL STORY »

Corn starts at 30-year highs on supply fears

U.S. corn futures are expected to start at 30-month highs on Monday on ongoing concerns about the need for farmers to sow more acres this spring to replenish low supplies. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: market pulls back from 30-month highs

Profit-taking dragged U.S. corn futures down from new 30-month highs Monday. Corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, slipped 3 3/4 cents, or 0.6%, to $6.74 3/4 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade. The contract backpedaled after touching a fresh high of $6.82 1/2 a bushel. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: seen higher on demand, supply worries

U.S. corn futures are expected to start higher Friday on concerns increasing export demand will drain supplies that are already projected at a 15-year low. Traders predict soft red winter wheat for March delivery, the most-active contract, will start 1 cent to 2 cents a bushel higher at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: hits 30-month highs on Chinese demand talk

U.S. corn futures surged to fresh 30-month highs Friday on late buying linked to growing concerns about supplies and projections for strong Chinese demand. Corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, climbed 16 cents, or 2.4%, to $6.78 1/2 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade. The contract closed up 5.4% on the week. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: futures to fall even as exports strengthen

U.S. corn futures are expected to open slightly lower Thursday as profit taking by traders is expected to trump strong export sales numbers. Traders predict corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, will start 2 cents to 3 cents a bushel lower at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: pulls back on profit-taking, firm dollar

U.S. corn futures pulled back from 30-month highs Thursday under pressure from profit-taking and strength in the dollar. Corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, slid 6 3/4 cents, or 1%, to $6.62 1/2 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: starting at 30-month highs on supply fears

U.S. corn futures are expected to start at 30-month highs Wednesday on growing concerns that poor weather and protests in Argentina, the world's second largest exporter of the grain, will shift demand to the U.S. FULL STORY »

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