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Weekly Ethanol Grind 1.060 million bpd vs. 1.059 million one week ago Stocks 20.6 million bbls vs. 20.3 million bbls one week ago

Weekly Corn Export Sales old crop vs. 500-900 K T. expected new crop vs. none expected

The lack of US corn exports more than offsets another strong week of grinding for ethanol. We also saw the first batch of deliveries (129) against the December corn contract. All of this weighed on corn prices as did inter-market spreading (buying soybeans/selling corn & buying wheat/selling corn). The closet bulls still talk about better prospects for US export further down the road once Brazil has exhausted its export able supply; it just hasnt happened yet.

The interior corn basis still shows a firm tone but increases have slowed. The best basis is from the eastern Midwest processors. The gulf looks like it has developed a steady to easier tone for the short term. Corn spreads ran fractionally easier within the current crop year while old crop was a noticeable loser to the 2020/21 crop year.

As we wait for better US corn exports the thought is the corn market goes into a consolidation phase just above last weeks lows. Without better business Im not sure we have enough rationale to further any new round of short covering.

Daily Support & Resistance for 12/05

March Corn: $3.75 - $3.82

July Corn: $3.86 - $3.93

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Tom Fritz is a third generation commodity futures trader. His grandfather and his father were traders on the exchange. Tom began his career in 1971 with Tabor Grain which was later acquired by Archer Daniels Midland. Prior to co-founding IFG in 1994 Tom was the lead Chicago Board of Trade floor analyst for ADM. He produces Just My Opinion, a daily grain commentary that is well respected and viewed all over the world.

 

 

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