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CBOT - Corn weekly updated report
To start off December, corn futures had nothing new on the plate to push it higher or even to justify any long liquidation by commodity funds and locals. Instead, the market beat a steady drum all day Monday, closing nearunchanged levels after a quiet session.

Corn futures closed marginally lower Tuesday, near unchanged levels, trapped between dropping wheat values and rallying soybean prices. Traders said the market lacked a will of its own amid a scarcity of fresh inputs so far this week.

Corn settled higher Wednesday amid mostly technically inspired trading, spillover from soybeans and wheat along with ideas that demand will increase for U.S. corn, provided the majority of the price strength, sources said.

Corn futures at lost their upside momentum as soybean prices fell Thursday, sending corn lower at the close, traders said. An overbought market after recent gains allowed profit taking to creep into activity on top of export sales that were described as just "decent," sources said.

Corn closed near steady Friday in overall uneventful trade that saw prices swing on both sides of unchanged, then follow the weakness in the other grain pits before finding a touch of support near the close, sources said.

CBOT Mar corn ended at $2.48 1/2 a bushel, down 1/4c from the Nov. 28 close of $2.48 3/4.

MGR Archive 6.12.2003
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