C=F - Corn Jul 19

CBOT - CBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USX
461.50
+5.75 (+1.26%)
As of 2:19PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. Settlement N/A
Settlement Date 2019-07-12
Open 442.00
Bid 462.25
Last Price 442.00
Day's Range 454.00 - 465.00
Volume 239,422
Ask 462.25
  • India allows 100,000 tonnes corn imports at lower duty as prices jump
    Reuters 2 days ago

    India allows 100,000 tonnes corn imports at lower duty as prices jump

    India allowed two state-run trading companies to import 100,000 tonnes of corn at a concessional 15 percent import tax, the government said on Friday, as prices of the animal feed jumped in the south Asian country because of drought. State-run MMTC and NAFED were each allowed to import 50,000 tonnes of corn for poultry firms in the 2019-20 financial year starting on April 1, it said in a statement. India, the world's seventh-biggest corn producer, otherwise imposes a 60 percent import tax on the grain.

  • Corn Rallies to Highs Since 2014 and is ready to Close Its Best Week Since June 2015
    FX Empire 2 days ago

    Corn Rallies to Highs Since 2014 and is ready to Close Its Best Week Since June 2015

    Corn is trading at highs since June 2014 and also performing its best week since 2015 with 9.1% of weekly gains.

  • Reuters 11 days ago

    UPDATE 3-Possible Mexican retaliatory tariff list excludes U.S. corn -sources

    Mexico has prepared a list of U.S. products that could be hit in retaliation for possible Trump administration tariffs, with a focus on Republican-leaning agricultural states but excluding corn, one of Mexico's biggest imports, officials said on Wednesday. U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged to apply a first round of tariffs on all Mexican imports next week if President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's government does not stem the flow of mostly Central American migrants seeking entry to the United States.

  • MMTC postpones tender to buy corn again: traders
    Reuters 12 days ago

    MMTC postpones tender to buy corn again: traders

    Indian state-run trading company MMTC has for the fourth time postponed the deadline for offer submissions in an international tender to import yellow corn, this time to June 12, European traders said on Tuesday. The tender seeks corn (maize) free of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). The volume purchased will be decided by MMTC depending on the level of prices received.

  • Fox Business 16 days ago

    Trump lifts year-round ethanol restrictions, could lower gas prices

    The president promised corn farmers he would lift a ban put in place by the EPA.

  • CNBC 18 days ago

    Corn futures gain 15% in May as soft commodities rally on Midwest flooding

    Corn futures are up 15% for the month as forecasts for heavy rain across major farming areas pose risks to more delays in planting.

  • TheStreet.com 19 days ago

    How the Rain-Soaked Midwest Will Crush the Corn Crop and Send Prices Jumping

    Biblical-style flooding in the Midwest is hampering the corn planting season and sending prices for the grain to their highest level in three years. exchange-traded fund which holds corn futures. Too Much Rain Already the Midwest is flooded like never before and rain is still set to come, which means farmers are delaying planting their crop.

  • Corn and Soybean Resumes Uptrends Amid Wet Weather
    FX Empire 23 days ago

    Corn and Soybean Resumes Uptrends Amid Wet Weather

    Corn is rallying on the end of the week and it is reaching fresh near 1-year highs. Soybean is also positive, but it remains in range

  • African swine fever creates an opportunity for U.S. farmers
    Yahoo Finance 23 days ago

    African swine fever creates an opportunity for U.S. farmers

    Ted Seifried, Zaner Ag Hedge’s chief market strategist, talks to Yahoo Finance On the Move about the African swine fever and how extreme weather is impacting corn production in the U.S.

  • Reuters 24 days ago

    Exclusive: EPA to unveil less ambitious U.S. biofuel credit reform - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to unveil a narrowed-down version of its proposed biofuel credit market reform this month after regulators concluded many of the agency’s initial ideas required more time to study, according to four people briefed on the matter. President Donald Trump had instructed the EPA to develop the plan to reform the multi-billion-dollar market as a way to help the oil refining industry, which had long complained that speculation was driving up costs for the credits they must acquire to comply with the nation's biofuel law. Trump had asked that the EPA's reform be finalised prior to June 1 to coincide with the agency’s move to expand sales of gasoline blended with higher levels of corn-based ethanol, or E15, a measure meant to help farmers by expanding the market for corn.

  • Possible Trump Visit to Iowa Ethanol Mill Signals E15 Win
    Bloomberg 26 days ago

    Possible Trump Visit to Iowa Ethanol Mill Signals E15 Win

    Iowa Republican Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, as well as Governor Kim Reynolds, will be invited, according to four people familiar with the matter who asked not to be named discussing the private deliberations. Last fall, Trump visited Iowa and delivered a victory to corn farmers and biofuel producers when he said he signed a memo telling the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to lift summertime fueling restrictions on E15 gasoline, which contains 15% ethanol.

  • Hard Weather Conditions Push Corn and Wheat to Multi-Month Highs
    FX Empire 26 days ago

    Hard Weather Conditions Push Corn and Wheat to Multi-Month Highs

    Wheat and corn are trading high as investors are betting on a shortage of production in both grains. Hard weather conditions are delaying planting.

  • Wet US Conditions Boost Corn, Wheat Prices
    FX Empire 26 days ago

    Wet US Conditions Boost Corn, Wheat Prices

    Monday saw the US Department of Agriculture release its latest planting progress figures, with corn planting posting the slowest result since 1980 and soybeans showing the slowest print since 1996. Both commodities rallied in response.

  • Corn, wheat futures climb to multimonth highs as U.S. planting has slowed
    MarketWatch 27 days ago

    Corn, wheat futures climb to multimonth highs as U.S. planting has slowed

    Corn futures finish Monday at their highest level in nearly a year, while wheat futures mark a three-month high as wet weather raises concerns over U.S. planting progress for the crops.

  • Corn Smashes 3.750 Resistance and Jumps to Near 1-year High
    FX Empire 27 days ago

    Corn Smashes 3.750 Resistance and Jumps to Near 1-year High

    Corn is trading higher for the sixth day in a row with prices reaching nearly one-year highs. Soybeans are pressure to the downside.

  • Barrons.com last month

    Beyond Meat Can Handle a ‘Pea Bubble.’ Just Remember the Story of Ethanol and Corn.

    Shortly after the turn of the century, U.S. government officials banned methyl tertiary butyl ether, or MTBE, a gasoline additive that boosts octane. Demand for ethanol, and corn, got another huge boost when the U.S. government imposed rules calling for every tank of gasoline to contain 10% renewable fuels. How the agricultural sector responded, and what happened in commodity markets, is a tale worth remembering as more people shift from meat to vegetable protein.

  • Grains Jump on Planting Delays, Short-Covering
    FX Empire last month

    Grains Jump on Planting Delays, Short-Covering

    Grain prices are on the rise with corn leading the charge. The rally represents a rebound from Monday’s trade war lows, with prices rising due to planting delays and short-covering.

  • Reuters last month

    COLUMN-Funds dig deeper into bearish CBOT bets as heavy stocks, trade war weigh -Braun

    When combining money managers' net positions in CBOT corn, wheat, soybeans, soybean meal, soybean oil, along with Kansas City and Minneapolis wheat, the overall net short reached 683,501 futures and options contracts as of April 30, up from 656,078 a week prior, which was the previous record. The agriculture market has been grappling with record U.S. soybean stocks and rising corn stocks, an excellent U.S. wheat crop, and strong export competition among major world suppliers for all three products. Feed demand in China, which imports massive quantities of soybeans for its hog herd, has recently been disappointing as the country is battling an outbreak of deadly African swine fever.

  • Reuters last month

    India's MMTC postpones deadline in tender to buy corn - trade

    Indian state-run trading company MMTC has postponed the deadline for offers in an international tender to import yellow corn (maize) to May 15 from May 8, European traders said on Monday. The volume purchased will be decided by MMTC later depending on the level of prices received but minimum offers are 20,000 tonnes. The tender seeks corn free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) from any origins.

  • India's MMTC postpones deadline in tender to buy corn - trade
    Reuters last month

    India's MMTC postpones deadline in tender to buy corn - trade

    Indian state-run trading company MMTC has postponed the deadline for offers in an international tender to import yellow corn (maize) to May 15 from May 8, European traders said on Monday. The volume purchased will be decided by MMTC later depending on the level of prices received but minimum offers are 20,000 tonnes. The tender seeks corn free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) from any origins.

  • Reuters 2 months ago

    U.S. wins WTO ruling against China grain import quotas

    The United States won a World Trade Organization ruling on Thursday against China's use of tariff-rate quotas for rice, wheat and corn, which it successfully argued limited market access for U.S. grain ...

  • Reuters 2 months ago

    India's MMTC tenders to buy corn, volume undecided - traders

    HAMBURG (Reuters) - Indian state-run trading company MMTC has issued an international tender to buy and import yellow corn (maize), European traders said on Tuesday. The volume purchased will be decided ...