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@C - CORN - CBOT
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Jul 21 670'0 676'4 663'6 676'2 8'6 667'4 07:45A Chart for @C1N Options for @C1N
Sep 21 595'0 599'0 584'4 596'6 5'0 591'6 07:45A Chart for @C1U Options for @C1U
Dec 21 576'6 581'4 566'0 579'6 6'0 573'6 07:45A Chart for @C1Z Options for @C1Z
Mar 22 584'6 587'6 573'0 585'6 5'0 580'6 07:45A Chart for @C2H Options for @C2H
May 22 588'2 592'0 577'2 590'0 5'0 585'0 07:45A Chart for @C2K Options for @C2K
Jul 22 589'0 592'6 578'2 590'0 4'0 586'0 07:45A Chart for @C2N Options for @C2N
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
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Jul 21 1468'2 1475'0 1450'0 1461'6 -4'0 1465'6 07:45A Chart for @S1N Options for @S1N
Aug 21 1429'0 1435'2 1406'4 1421'4 -4'4 1426'0 07:45A Chart for @S1Q Options for @S1Q
Sep 21 1388'6 1393'2 1362'0 1379'4 -5'2 1384'6 07:45A Chart for @S1U Options for @S1U
Nov 21 1378'0 1381'2 1347'4 1368'4 -5'0 1373'4 07:45A Chart for @S1X Options for @S1X
Jan 22 1380'0 1383'6 1350'0 1371'0 -5'0 1376'0 07:45A Chart for @S2F Options for @S2F
Mar 22 1358'2 1363'2 1329'0 1348'2 -7'4 1355'6 07:45A Chart for @S2H Options for @S2H
May 22 1355'0 1357'4 1325'0 1341'4 -10'2 1351'6 07:45A Chart for @S2K Options for @S2K
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 21 662'0 668'0 658'6 667'2 5'6 661'4 07:45A Chart for @W1N Options for @W1N
Sep 21 667'0 672'0 663'0 672'0 6'0 666'0 07:45A Chart for @W1U Options for @W1U
Dec 21 673'0 678'2 669'0 678'0 5'6 672'2 07:45A Chart for @W1Z Options for @W1Z
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 21 119.500 121.375 119.500 121.375 1.850 121.225s 06/15 Chart for @LE1M Options for @LE1M
Aug 21 121.450 124.125 121.300 124.075 2.625 123.900s 06/15 Chart for @LE1Q Options for @LE1Q
Oct 21 126.900 128.875 126.725 128.775 1.825 128.625s 06/15 Chart for @LE1V Options for @LE1V
SP - S&P 500 INDEX - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 21 4246.60 - 8.10 4246.60s 06/15 Chart for SP1M Options for SP1M
Sep 21 4236.40 - 9.30 4236.40s 06/15 Chart for SP1U Options for SP1U
@NQ - E-MINI NASDAQ 100 - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 21 14046.75 14057.50 14027.25 14049.75 19.50 14030.25 07:59A Chart for @NQ1M Options for @NQ1M
Sep 21 14039.00 14048.75 14018.50 14041.50 19.75 14021.75 07:59A Chart for @NQ1U Options for @NQ1U
@YM - E-MINI DOW JONES $5 - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 21 34295.00 34310.00 34204.00 34256.00 - 32.00 34288.00 07:58A Chart for @YM1M Options for @YM1M
Sep 21 34183.00 34197.00 34095.00 34148.00 - 29.00 34177.00 07:58A Chart for @YM1U Options for @YM1U
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6/15/21
 
Corn up 8, beans down 7, wheat down 13

Crude Oil- 72.38 up 1.50
 
US Dollar- 90.51 down .01

DOW- 34,299 down 94

 
 
The market had a hard time keeping its head up today with the news being cooler and slightly wetter forecasts. I took a look at our forecast and I while the rest of the week is MISERABLE hot, we do see a break in temps next week but we don’t see many chances of rain in the forecast. I heard that some towns in Nebraska recorded their driest period in history for a period from June 1 through present and still have no rains in the forecasts this week. So, while some might be seeing showers there are a lot who aren’t. I would say its probably too early to be saying we’re losing yield potential certainly in regard to beans but I suppose you might have some luck making that statement for corn as pollination will be here before you know it and we’ll need some precipitation to fuel that process. The crop condition report came in less than some had hoped for but again the weather forecast prevailed and we saw new crop corn, beans, and wheat fall. Now, wheat is more attributed to the fact that the next 10 days of dry warm weather is ideal for wheat harvest.
 
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