quinta-feira, 19 de abril, 2018

Corn: focused on the climate and on planting in the U.S., market tests this morning falls 5th light on CBOT

The main positions of the corn traded on Chicago (CBOT) began the session this Thursday (19) with slight falls, near the stability. The salaries of the commodity exhibited losses between 0.25 and 0.50 points, near the 9:00 (Eastern time). The May 18 was quoted at $ $3.82 a bushel, while September/18 operated the $ $3.99 a bushel. After ending the previous day with slight high, the market returned to work in negative field. The attention of market participants remain focused on the behavior of the climate in the Midwest and in the American grain planting progress. "The market is still influenced by ideas of better weather in planting in the United States ahead, after delays in planting due to the rainy and cold weather," said the international site Agrimoney.com. Yet on Thursday, the USDA (United States Department of agriculture) reports your new newsletter of the U.S. export sales. The figure is an important indicator of demand and can influence the business in CBOT. The expectations of traders is that the Department indicate sales of corn between 700,000 tons to 1.2 million tons.
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