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Corn, soybean trade seen up slightly

11/29/2012 @ 7:42am

Today's CME Group corn, soybean and wheat trading are expected to rise. 

The Early Calls for the commodities on Thursday, November 29, 2012, are higher. Corn is seen opening 1-2 cents higher, soybeans 7-9 cents higher, and wheat 1-2 cents higher.

In overnight trading, the March corn futures contract traded 1 cent higher at $7.65 per bushel. Jan. soybean futures traded 9 cents higher at $14.55 per bushel, and March wheat traded 1/2 of a cent higher at $8.91. For Jan. soybean meal futures, the contract traded $3.40 per short ton higher at $436.10. Jan. soybean oil futures traded $0.27 higher at $50.65.

The outside markets are favorable for Thursday's grain trade. The real factors driving the calls will be the slightly higher overnight markets.


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USDA released bearish Weekly Export Sales Report Thursday.

For corn, U.S. sales were recorded at 263,500 mt vs. the trade's expectations of 400,000-650,000 metric tons.
Soybean exports totaled 319,000 mt vs. the trade's thoughts of between 500,000-700,000 mt.
U.S. weekly
wheat sales totaled 279,300 mt vs. the trade's expectations of 300,000-500,000 mt.  
For s
oybean meal, USDA reported sales of 365,100 mt vs. the trade's expectations of  100,000-250,000 mt. And, soyoil sales totaled 122,500 mt.  


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