CBOT Corn Review

CBOT corn review: 30-month high on wheat rally, supply fears

U.S. corn futures settled at fresh 30-month highs Wednesday on spillover support from surging wheat prices and concerns about global demand draining season-end supplies. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: seen higher on demand for feed grains

U.S. corn futures are expected to start higher on expectations that cold weather will increase the use of grain for livestock feed and on worries about port protests in Argentina, a key exporter. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: hits 30-month highs on demand, acreage

U.S. corn futures jumped to 30-month highs Tuesday on strong demand from ethanol and livestock producers and worries about protesters blocking ports in Argentina, a major exporter. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: up on firm wheat prices, ethanol demand

U.S. corn futures are expected to start stronger Monday on spillover buying from wheat futures and strong demand for ethanol. Traders predict corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, will start 4 to 6 cents a bushel higher at the Chicago Board of Trade. In overnight electronic trading, the contract rose 5 3/4 cents, or 0.9%, to $6.49 3/4 a bushel. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: climbs 2.4% on supply fears, spillover buying

U.S. corn futures soared Monday as continuing supply concerns and rallies in other markets sparked a rebound from losses last week. Corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, finished up 15 1/2 cents, or 2.4%, at $6.59 1/2 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: seen up as traders digest demand potential

U.S. corn futures are expected to start higher Friday on projections that Russia and China may ramp up purchases on the world market and tighten global supplies of the grain. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: seen slightly higher on supply concerns

U.S. corn futures are expected to start firmer Thursday on ongoing concerns about the need to replenish low supply levels. Traders predict corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, will open 1 to 3 cents a bushel higher at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: seen up on supply, acreage concerns

U.S. corn futures are expected to start stronger Wednesday as renewed supply concerns support a recovery from losses. Traders predict corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, will open 5 to 7 cents a bushel higher at the Chicago Board of Trade. In overnight electronic trading, the contract jumped 7 1/2 cents, or 1.2%, to $6.51 1/2 a bushel. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn outlook: down on firm dollar, lackluster demand

U.S. corn futures are expected to start lower Tuesday as strength in the dollar and concerns about lackluster demand weigh on prices. Traders predict corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, will open 5 to 7 cents a bushel lower at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: extends setback from 30-month highs

U.S. corn futures closed lower for the second consecutive day Tuesday as the market pulled back from 30-month highs. Corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, settled down 11 1/4 cents at $6.44 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

CBOT corn review: stumbles in setback from 30-month highs

U.S. corn futures stumbled Monday in a setback from 30-month highs reached last week. Corn for March delivery, the most-active contract, dropped 2 cents, or 0.3%, to $6.55 1/4 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade. FULL STORY »

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