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Wheat -

Wheat futures settled the Friday session mostly 2 to 5 cents higher. For the week, the May16 contract in each market recorded weekly gains of 11

Cattle -

Live cattle futures closed the day 12.5 to 82.5 cents higher, after April was trading with daily gains of as much as $2.625 earlier in the session,

Lean Hogs -

Hog futures were 92.5 cents higher to 12.5 cents lower on Friday, with the front four contracts each recording daily gains. Jun16 hogs were up

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled 7 to 18 points higher on Friday, with the July16 contract up 8 points on both the day and the week. May16 cotton expires a

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended the Friday trade 3 1/4 cents higher to 1 1/4 cents lower, after trading as much as 5 cents higher earlier in the session. Front

Corn -

Corn futures ended the Friday trade 3 1/4 cents higher to 1 1/4 cents lower, after trading as much as 5 cents higher earlier in the session. Front

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Miller on the Market

04/29/2016 8:15:41 AM

Corn is 3 higher this morning. Spot corn basis is holding strong with the robust export sales. At 8 am USDA announced Japan booked 100k tons of US corn. Traders watching to see how far the May/July will pull in. Fresh lows in the dollar are helping to support commodities. July corn has resistance at 3.95. Corn harvest in Argentina is 24% complete vs 28% avg but focus by producers for the next 2 weeks will be on getting soybeans out and then go after the corn. Rain is to move through the Midwest this weekend but next week is drier and warmer weather. Still too wet to get in the field around here. US planting pace is expected to be 50% complete in Monday's report. French corn plantings running behind a year ago at 27% vs 69% a year ago. Ethanol margins continue to run in the black with strong DDGs values. This afternoon's Commitment of Traders report is expected to show spec funds building their long position in corn. 

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