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    Corn Traded below Crucial Moving Averages for 12th Straight Day

    Corn futures prices rose by 1.3% during the four straight days of increasing price movement.

    By Sean Brown
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    Why Did Corn Prices Trade near the Crucial Resistance of $3.6?

    Corn futures prices rose for the third consecutive trading day on March 8, 2016. It was trading near the resistance level of $3.60 per bushel on the day.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Rose despite Weaker European Import Cues

    Corn futures on the CBOT, for March delivery, rose and settled at $3.58 per bushel on March 8. Corn prices rose despite weaker European corn import prospects.

    By Sean Brown
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    Why Corn Prices Might Rise above the $3.55 Support Level

    March corn prices were trading near the crucial support of $3.55 per bushel for the seventh consecutive trading day on March 4.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Could Continue to Test Crucial Support

    March 2016 corn futures prices were trading near the support level of 355 cents per bushel on March 3, 2016. Prices declined after two days of rising by 0.28%.

    By Sean Brown
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    Strong South American Harvests Hurt Corn Prices

    Corn futures on CBOT for March delivery decreased 0.21% and closed at $3.53 per bushel on March 4. Corn declined due to a stronger pace of the South American harvest from favorable weather.

    By Sean Brown
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    What Are Analyst Expectations for Corn Prices?

    Corn prices for March 2016 expiry traded near the crucial support of 355 cents per bushel on March 2, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Lower-Than-Anticipated Ethanol Inventory Supported Corn Prices

    Corn futures prices on the Chicago Board of Trade for March expiry rose by 0.21% and settled at $3.54 per bushel on March 2, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Breached the Crucial Support Level: What Does It Mean?

    Corn prices for March 2016 expiry were trading near the support of $3.55 per bushel on February 25, 2016. The prices fell for the third trading day by 3.3%.

    By Sean Brown
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    How Are Corn Prices Trending?

    March corn prices on the Chicago Board of Trade (or CBOT) fell on February 18, 2016, and were trading near the key support level of 365 cents per bushel.

    By Sean Brown
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    How Stronger Weekly Ethanol Production Affected Corn Demand

    Corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade (or CBOT) for March delivery fell by 0.48% and settled at $3.65 per bushel on February 18, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Fell on USDA’s Weak Export Inspections

    March corn futures were trading near the crucial support level of 360 cents per bushel on February 8, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Weak Weekly Export Inspection Report Hurt Corn

    Corn futures prices on the Chicago Board of Trade (or CBOT) for March expiry fell by 0.96% and settled at $3.62 per bushel on February 8, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Traded below Critical Moving Averages

    Corn futures contracts for March 2016 expiry were trading near the crucial support of $3.70 per bushel on February 4, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Why Did the Short-Covering Rally Drive Corn Prices?

    Corn futures on the CBOT, for March delivery, rose by 0.34% on February 2, 2016. Corn prices rose due to the technical short-covering rally.

    By Sean Brown
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    Weaker Export Inspections Push Corn Prices Down

    Corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade (or CBOT) for March delivery fell by 0.14% to settle at $3.69 per bushel on January 25, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Strong Resistance Pushed Corn Prices Lower

    March corn futures prices were trading near the crucial resistance level of 370 cents per bushel on January 21, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn on the Rise? Monitoring Corn’s Mid-January Upward Price Movement

    Corn futures prices for March 2016 delivery were trading near the crucial resistance level of $3.70 per bushel on January 20.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn’s Future: Strong Domestic Demand Supports Futures Prices on January 20

    On January 20, corn futures on the CBOT for March delivery increased by 0.27%, settling at $3.68 per bushel in the wake high domestic corn demand.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Trade below the Key Moving Averages

    Corn futures contracts, for March expiry, were trading above the key support level of $3.55 per bushel on January 14, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    EIA’s Strong Weekly Ethanol Production Supports Corn Prices

    Corn futures on the CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade), for March delivery, rose slightly by 0.35% and settled at $3.58 per bushel on January 13, 2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Continue Downward Trend

    The corn futures contract for March expiration was trading near the key support level of 350 cents per bushel on January 11, 2016. Prices tested the resistance level but dropped significantly that day.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Volumes Could Rise Before Key Data Release

    On January 7, 2016, March corn prices were trading near the key support level of 350 cents per bushel for the third consecutive trading day.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Played above Crucial Support Levels on January 5

    Corn futures prices for March expiry were trading near their crucial support level of 355 cents per bushel on January 5, 2016. Corn prices recovered from the sharp downward movement on January 5.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Breach the Critical Support Level

    Despite the rise in corn’s Weekly Export Sales Report, corn failed to keep the pace with the USDA’s export targets for the marketing year 2015–2016.

    By Sean Brown
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    Unfavorable Weather Conditions in South American Region Drive Corn Prices

    Brazil and Argentina are key corn producing countries, ranking third and sixth, respectively, in the world, according to the US Department of Agriculture.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Are below Key Moving Averages

    March corn futures prices were trading below the key support level of 370 cents per bushel on December 16, 2015.

    By Sean Brown
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    Higher-Than-Projected Ethanol Inventories Kept Corn Prices Down

    March corn futures contracts traded on the Chicago Board of Trade (or CBOT) fell by 2.0% and settled at $3.69 per bushel on December 16, 2015.

    By Sean Brown
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    Why Corn Prices Might Test the 100-Day Moving Average

    December corn futures prices were trading near the crucial support level of 370 cents on December 8, 2015.

    By Sean Brown
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    Upward Corn Price Movement Steepened

    December corn futures were trading above the support level of $3.70 per bushel on December 3, 2015. The increasing price movement steepened on the day.

    By Sean Brown
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    Corn Prices Are Trading Near Key Resistance Levels

    Corn futures prices for December contracts were trading near the resistance level of 368 cents per bushel on December 1, 2015.

    By Sean Brown
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    Could a Decrease in Ethanol Production Push Corn Prices Down?

    December futures contracts for corn traded on the Chicago Board of Trade (or CBOT) fell slightly by 0.27% to settle at $3.63 per bushel on November 20, 2015.

    By Sean Brown
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    Could Domestic Demand Help Corn Prices Rise?

    December corn futures contracts trading on the CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade) fell slightly by 0.07% and settled at $3.61 per bushel on November 18.

    By Sean Brown
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    Could Speculation of South American Supply Push Corn Prices Down?

    December futures contracts for corn, traded on the Chicago Board of Trade, rose by 0.56% and settled at $3.62 per bushel on November 17, 2015.

    By Sean Brown
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    Could Corn Price Gain Support in Speculation of Supply?

    Corn futures contracts for December trading on the CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade) rose by 1.06% and settled at $3.8 per bushel on October 21, 2015.

    By Sean Brown
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    Will Unfavorable International Weather Support US Wheat Export?

    Wheat futures contracts for December fell by 1.13%, settling at $5.02 per bushel on October 15 on account of the rising US dollar index and weaker demand.

    By Sean Brown
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    The October 9 WASDE Report and Its Impact on Corn Prices

    Producers’ expectations—that the price of corn will rise after the October supply report—might come to fruition, confirming consensus market sentiments.

    By Sean Brown
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    The Early October 2015 Corn Harvest: a Five-Year High?

    The US Department of Agriculture’s Weekly Export Sales Report, which released on October 8, 2015, showed a 31% decline in net corn export sales.

    By Sean Brown
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    What Are Corn Speculators Thinking ahead of WASDE Report?

    CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade) December delivery of corn futures contracts remained range-bound and fell on October 7, 2015, after a two-day price rally.

    By Sean Brown
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    Will Corn Prices Be Range-Bound before WASDE Report Release?

    On October 6, 2015, CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade) December expiry of corn futures contracts rose, breaking the resistance level.

    By Sean Brown
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