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1,385.00-5.75 (-0.41%)
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2014-03-14
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Last Price1,390.75
Day's Range1,384.75 - 1,390.75
Volume196
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  • Reuters15 days ago

    Pimco sees upside in corn markets, cautious on soybeans, aluminium

    Pacific Management Investment Co (Pimco), one of the world's largest bond funds, believes corn prices will outperform soybeans and is cautious about aluminium markets. The California-based fund management group, which manages $1.5 trillion of assets, or more than the annual output of the Australian economy, uses commodities to protect against inflation. There is typically a close relationship between the value of natural resources and inflation over time.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Pimco sees upside in corn markets, cautious on soybeans, aluminium

    Pacific Management Investment Co (Pimco), one of the world's largest bond funds, believes corn prices will outperform soybeans and is cautious about aluminium markets. The California-based fund management group, which manages $1.5 trillion of assets, or more than the annual output of the Australian economy, uses commodities to protect against inflation. There is typically a close relationship between the value of natural resources and inflation over time.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Trump trade plans, S. America crops could hurt U.S. farm exports

    U.S. farmers and grain handlers may be stuck with a bigger-than-expected portion of the massive stockpile of corn and soybeans harvested last fall as uncertainty about trade polices under U.S. President Donald Trump threatens to upend exports. Domestic demand tends to be relatively steady from year to year, so the typical escape hatch for an abundance of corn and soybeans is the export market. A year ago, U.S. soybean exports came in 246 million bushels above the government's initial view and corn exports were raised by 198 million bushels after farmers reaped bumper harvests of both crops.