Corn Futures PricesTue, Feb 9th, 2016
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Corn futures ended trading today just a penny or two lower than they did yesterday after the trade saw the monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report. US ending stocks were projected to be 35 million bushels larger than they were in January. USDA expects more imports and less exports, but also more FSI and ethanol use. Production estimates for Brazil and Argentina were up 2.5 MMT and 1.4 MMT respectively, but world ending stocks were actually slightly lower due to more imports expected for South Africa, Southeast Asia and Mexico. The national average farm price tightened a nickel on each end of the range.
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