Corn Futures PricesWed, Oct 26th, 2016
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Corn futures finished the day mostly a penny higher. Chinese DDG imports slowed dramatically in September as the anti-dumping duty on US origin product went into effect. They totaled 272,000 MT, down 71% vs. September 2015. China has indicated that they will buy at least some reserve corn this fall at 1400 CY/MT (~$5.25 per bushel). This would be less than 10% of the crop, and re-sold into the market next summer.
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