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5/31/15
-5'0
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-14'2
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-6'6
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7/31/15                
-6'6
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10/31/15
-4'4
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-11'4
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-4'4
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-11'4
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1/31/16
-4'4
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-10'6
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-4'4
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@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 364'0 367'6 359'6 360'2 -5'0 360'0s 05/22 Chart for @C5N Options for @C5N
Sep 15 370'2 374'0 366'2 366'6 -4'6 366'6s 05/22 Chart for @C5U Options for @C5U
Dec 15 381'4 384'6 377'0 378'0 -4'4 377'6s 05/22 Chart for @C5Z Options for @C5Z
Mar 16 392'4 395'0 387'6 388'6 -4'4 388'2s 05/22 Chart for @C6H Options for @C6H
May 16 399'4 402'0 395'0 395'6 -4'6 395'2s 05/22 Chart for @C6K Options for @C6K
Jul 16 405'0 407'2 401'0 401'0 -4'4 401'4s 05/22 Chart for @C6N Options for @C6N
Sep 16 400'2 401'2 398'6 399'0 -3'2 399'0s 05/22 Chart for @C6U Options for @C6U
Dec 16 402'0 403'6 399'0 400'0 -2'4 400'0s 05/22 Chart for @C6Z Options for @C6Z
Mar 17 409'0 411'0 408'6 408'6 -1'6 410'0s 05/22 Chart for @C7H Options for @C7H
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 938'0 942'4 922'6 925'2 -14'2 924'2s 05/22 Chart for @S5N Options for @S5N
Aug 15 929'2 933'6 915'0 916'2 -13'4 916'2s 05/22 Chart for @S5Q Options for @S5Q
Sep 15 918'6 924'4 906'4 908'0 -12'6 907'4s 05/22 Chart for @S5U Options for @S5U
Nov 15 918'0 923'2 906'0 907'6 -11'4 907'0s 05/22 Chart for @S5X Options for @S5X
Jan 16 924'6 930'2 913'6 914'6 -10'6 914'6s 05/22 Chart for @S6F Options for @S6F
Mar 16 930'0 935'6 919'6 920'6 -10'2 920'6s 05/22 Chart for @S6H Options for @S6H
May 16 933'0 939'6 924'0 925'0 -10'2 925'0s 05/22 Chart for @S6K Options for @S6K
Jul 16 939'6 945'0 929'6 929'6 -10'6 930'4s 05/22 Chart for @S6N Options for @S6N
Aug 16 935'4 935'4 935'4 935'4 -10'6 930'0s 05/22 Chart for @S6Q Options for @S6Q
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 521'4 529'0 511'0 514'4 -6'6 515'2s 05/22 Chart for @W5N Options for @W5N
Sep 15 529'0 536'4 518'2 522'4 -6'4 523'0s 05/22 Chart for @W5U Options for @W5U
+DJ - DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 15 18240.00 18260.00 18195.00 18213.00 - 34.00 18224.00s 05/22 Chart for +DJ5M Options for +DJ5M
Sep 15 17617.00 215.00 17617.00s Chart for +DJ5U Options for +DJ5U
Dec 15 17527.00 215.00 17527.00s Chart for +DJ5Z Options for +DJ5Z
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Premier Cooperative will be closed Monday,
May 25 in observance of
MEMORIAL DAY.
After the close on Friday,grain markets
don’t reopen until Monday at 7:00 pm CT
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FREE PRICE LATER :

now available (through 8/31/15) on corn and beans
delivered out of your bins on space available basis.
 Call your local elevator for details
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GRAIN DELIVERIES TO DILLSBURG
are limited due to construction.
 Please call Shane Drayer at 217 280-0851
 or Frank Sylvester 217 369-1531 for details.


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Closing Comments 5/22/2015

 
CORN BEANS
The futures market was like Crocodile Dundee today: “No worries mate!” Some short covering lent support in the overnight, but this quickly faded during the day session and corn closed 4-5 cents lower as technical selling was the feature of the day. Funds were sellers of 6,000 corn contracts by mid-day and hold a 120,000+ short position. Stronger dollar and weaker crude negative grains today. For the week CN and CZ fell 5 cents. S. America’s corn production keeps growing with Brazil estimated at 82.1 MMT and Argentina at 31.0 MMT. Not a surprise, but Brazil’s second crop comprises 63% of their production. U.S. weather is still good overall as the growing season progresses. Corn planting is ahead of average and next week’s crop condition report is expected to show very good conditions. Bird flu in the Midwest continues to be a problem while at the same time chick placements and egg sets run 3% ahead of last year. Cattle of Feed report today considered supportive to cattle, so that is at least a bit negative to grains. Weekly export sales for old crop were decent but lag last year by roughly 100 mln. bu. and new crop commitments lag year ago levels by roughly 25 mln. bu. Not much bullish in corn right now but it at least feels like end user interest is picking up to some degree.
 
Cattle on Feed Report: On Feed 101% (est. 101.7), Placed 95% (est. 102.4), Marketed 92% (est. 92.4)
Soybeans experienced a mixed week of trade this week as the tug of war continues between lack of producer movement/good crush margins vs. more than ample world supplies and the U.S. off to a decent start regarding our bean crop. The supply story seems to have won this week as soybeans fell 13-14 cents today and fell 27-29 cents this week. Funds were sellers of 4,000 soybean contracts by mid-day and were also active sellers of soyoil and to a lesser degree soymeal. Weekly export sales report uneventful but China did buy 132 tmt U.S. old crop beans (that the trade expects to be rolled to new crop.) Brazil’s production estimated at 96.1 MMT and Argentina’s at 60.0 MMT. There is talk of U.S. acreage increasing from previous estimates and planting progress is proceeding nicely in most areas.
Wheat had a mixed week but did manage to gain 4 cents for the week. Dry weather in parts of Russia and too wet weather in the U.S. Plains and some concern over quality in the U.S. SRW crop allowed for some fund short covering this week.
 
 
Have a nice Memorial Day weekend
 
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USDA Weekly EXPORT INSPECTIONS Tuesday 5/26/2015 @ 10:00 am
USDA Weekly CROP PROGRESS Tuesday 5/26/2015 @ 3:00 pm
USDA Weekly USDA EXPORT SALES Friday 5/29//2015
 

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