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Market Commentary from the Northern Ag Network: 3/27/2017 2:00 PM
May K.C. wheat fell 6 3/4 cents to its lowest close in 2017, pressured by rain in this week's forecast across the Southern U.S. Plains. Corn prices were mixed and soybeans modestly lower while the U.S. dollar index slid to its lowest prices in four months.
May corn was down a half-cent Monday, extending its losing streak to six consecutive days while weather factors remain bearish in Brazil and the U.S. This week's forecast expects more chances of light to moderate showers on Brazil's second corn crop with pollination due to begin in April. Here in the U.S., the central and southern U.S. Plains are in for broad coverage of moderate to heavy rains, helping the country's driest areas. U.S. demand for corn remains active with USDA reporting 61.3 million bushels of corn inspected for export last week. So far, corn's increased demand has only slowed, but not been able to stop the steady erosion of prices. Friday's CFTC data showed noncommercials less bullish in corn with 63,649 contracts net long as of Mar. 21, down sharply for a second consecutive week. May corn continues to trend lower with no sign of support yet.
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