Thursday, May 8, 2014


Lower Corn Prices Fosters Surge to World Corn Export Trade

The nearby U.S. corn futures price slipped near $4.06 in early January – the lowest nearby corn futures had traded since August 2010 - in anticipation that the USDA would raise its 2014 U.S. corn production estimate in January. In “Lower Corn Prices Fosters Surge to World Corn Export Trade,” Mickey Luth – Director of Commodity Price Analysis – Informa Economics, Inc. examines the impact that reducing the 2013/14 U.S. corn carryover projection has had and will have on U.S. corn markets, as well as new-crop U.S. corn production prospects that are expected to influence trade levels in 2014/15.

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