SH14.CBT -

CBOT - CBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USX
1,385.00
-5.75 (-0.41%)
As of 11:05AM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2014-03-14
OpenN/A
BidN/A
Last Price1,390.75
Day's Range1,384.75 - 1,390.75
Volume196
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  • From hurricanes to floods: How extreme weather can wreak havoc with commodities markets
    The Telegraph12 days ago

    From hurricanes to floods: How extreme weather can wreak havoc with commodities markets

    From hurricanes to floods: How extreme weather can wreak havoc with commodities markets

  • Reuters18 days ago

    VEGOILS-Market factors to watch October 2

    The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets. FUNDAMENTALS * Malaysian palm oil futures fell on Friday, tracking losses in overnight soyoil prices ...

  • Reuters22 days ago

    VEGOILS-Palm oil price drops for second day, tracking weakness in related oils

    * Palm falls as much as nearly 2 pct earlier in the day * Dalian palm olein, CBOT soyoil declines weigh on palm - Trader (Updates with closing prices) By Emily Chow KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Malaysian ...

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Special Report - Drowning in grain: How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut

    Another key factor: China - the world's second-biggest corn grower - adopted stockpiling policies a decade ago when crop supplies ran thin, resulting in greater production than the world needs. "I think the norm is where we are now," said Bryan Agbabian, director of agriculture equities at Allianz Global Investors. Allianz investors seem to agree: The value of two agriculture equity funds that Agbabian manages fell to $300 million (224.03 million pounds) this year from $800 million in 2011 as crop prices slid, he said.

  • Special Report: Drowning in grain - How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut
    Reuters23 days ago

    Special Report: Drowning in grain - How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut

    Another key factor: China - the world's second-biggest corn grower - adopted stockpiling policies a decade ago when crop supplies ran thin, resulting in greater production than the world needs. "I think the norm is where we are now," said Bryan Agbabian, director of agriculture equities at Allianz Global Investors. Allianz investors seem to agree: The value of two agriculture equity funds that Agbabian manages fell to $300 million this year from $800 million in 2011 as crop prices slid, he said.

  • Special Report: Drowning in grain - How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut
    Reuters23 days ago

    Special Report: Drowning in grain - How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut

    World ending stocks of total grains - the leftover supplies before a new harvest - have climbed for four straight years and are poised to reach a record 638 million tonnes in 2016/17, according to USDA data. Another key factor: China - the world's second-biggest corn grower - adopted stockpiling policies a decade ago when crop supplies ran thin, resulting in greater production than the world needs. "I think the norm is where we are now," said Bryan Agbabian, director of agriculture equities at Allianz Global Investors.

  • Special Report: Drowning in grain: How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut
    Reuters23 days ago

    Special Report: Drowning in grain: How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut

    World ending stocks of total grains - the leftover supplies before a new harvest - have climbed for four straight years and are poised to reach a record 638 million tonnes in 2016/17, according to USDA data. Another key factor: China - the world's second-biggest corn grower - adopted stockpiling policies a decade ago when crop supplies ran thin, resulting in greater production than the world needs. "I think the norm is where we are now," said Bryan Agbabian, director of agriculture equities at Allianz Global Investors.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    VEGOILS-Market factors to watch September 25

    The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets. FUNDAMENTALS * Malaysian palm oil futures erased earlier gains to fall to a two-week low on Thursday ...

  • Reuterslast month

    VEGOILS-Market factors to watch September 14

    The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets. FUNDAMENTALS * Malaysian palm oil futures gained for a third straight session to hit their highest ...

  • Will Oil Price Volatility Affect These Agriculture Stocks?
    Zackslast month

    Will Oil Price Volatility Affect These Agriculture Stocks?

    Hike in crude oil price raises cost of producing agricultural products and results in higher food prices and vice versa. Also, use of biofuel will boost demand for feedstock like corn and sugar.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    VEGOILS-Palm reverses losses to gain slightly on U.S. soyoil surge

    * Palm gains for a fifth consecutive session * Market anticipates further gains in CBOT soyoil - trader * Palm may stabilize in 2,721-2,730 ringgit/tonne - technicals (Updates with closing prices, quote) ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Argentine biodiesel industry says U.S. duties will halt exports

    Argentine biodiesel exports will be priced out of the U.S. market, its leading industry body said, after Washington decided on Tuesday to impose steep duties on imports that it said were unfairly subsidized. The countervailing duties on soy-based Argentina biodiesel could be as much as 64.17 percent, according to a statement from the U.S. Commerce Department. Duties of up to 68.28 percent will be imposed on palm oil biodiesel imports from Indonesia.

  • U.S.News & World Report2 months ago

    Food Commodities May Finally Be Breaking Out of a Slump

    Although most food commodities remain down this year, there are signs their prices may be bottoming. The top global producers of arabica and robusta coffee, Brazil and Vietnam, face either stagnant coffee production or low supplies, which is bumping up the demand for the foremost ingredient in a good cup of joe. Corn supplies may also tighten.

  • How War With North Korea Would Impact the Global Commodity Trade
    Fortune2 months ago

    How War With North Korea Would Impact the Global Commodity Trade

    How War With North Korea Would Impact the Global Commodity Trade

  • Fortune2 months ago

    How War With North Korea Would Impact the Global Commodity Trade

    North Korea is an ant surrounded by elephants.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Wheat prices fall to 2-month low as USDA raises global production estimate

    Wheat futures prices on Thursday logged their lowest settlement in about two months after the U.S. Department of Agriculture raised its global wheat production estimate because of record output in Russia. ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    COLUMN-Funds on brink of becoming bona-fide wheat bulls -Braun

    Funds have nearly washed away their bearish Chicago wheat bets and are likely entering July as bulls. In the week ended June 27, hedge funds and other money managers cut their net short in CBOT wheat futures and options to 10,158 contracts from 20,971 in the week prior, according to data from the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (http://reut.rs/2sZTGhz). Profit-taking following the previous week’s massive round of short covering prevented speculators from further trimming the Chicago wheat position early in the week, but explosiveness in Minneapolis spring wheat futures on June 27 pulled other wheat contracts up with it, and they have been on their way up ever since.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    COLUMN-Funds on brink of becoming bona-fide wheat bulls -Braun

    Funds have nearly washed away their bearish Chicago wheat bets and are likely entering July as bulls. In the week ended June 27, hedge funds and other money managers cut their net short in CBOT wheat futures and options to 10,158 contracts from 20,971 in the week prior, according to data from the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (http://reut.rs/2sZTGhz). Profit-taking following the previous week’s massive round of short covering prevented speculators from further trimming the Chicago wheat position early in the week, but explosiveness in Minneapolis spring wheat futures on June 27 pulled other wheat contracts up with it, and they have been on their way up ever since.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    COLUMN-Funds on brink of becoming bona-fide wheat bulls -Braun

    Funds have nearly washed away their bearish Chicago wheat bets and are likely entering July as bulls. In the week ended June 27, hedge funds and other money managers cut their net short in CBOT wheat futures and options to 10,158 contracts from 20,971 in the week prior, according to data from the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (http://reut.rs/2sZTGhz). Profit-taking following the previous week’s massive round of short covering prevented speculators from further trimming the Chicago wheat position early in the week, but explosiveness in Minneapolis spring wheat futures on June 27 pulled other wheat contracts up with it, and they have been on their way up ever since.

  • Grains Rally on Worries About Drought, USDA Acreage Report
    FX Empire4 months ago

    Grains Rally on Worries About Drought, USDA Acreage Report

    Futures for wheat jumped by the exchange limit on the Chicago Board of Trade, and corn and soybeans also rallied. Prices climbed amid concerns that drought in parts of growing regions of the United States may damage crops. The acreage report from the US Department of Agriculture also affected the prices. The USDA reported that area planted by wheat in 2017 was at 45.7 million acres, down 9% from 2016 but still below forecasts. Area planted … Continue reading Grains Rally on Worries About Drought, USDA Acreage Report

  • Zacks4 months ago

    China: A Catalyst to the Global Commodity Market

    The twenty-first century has seen China emerge as a dominant exporter and importer, and although this big fish is still a developing economy, it has occupied quite a bit of space in the global pond.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Huge grain supplies dampen impact of USDA reports

    The U.S. Agriculture Department's monthly crop reports, which have traditionally provided huge shocks to the market, have been met by a shrug in 2017, with price moves and volume muted by the massive supply of grains. Price swings for corn, soybeans and wheat futures following the release of the government's biggest agriculture reports, which provide a window into global demand as well as production, have fallen sharply this year. The depressed volatility on what have typically been the most active trading days of the month is weighing on the bottom line of even the biggest traders such as Bunge Ltd and Archer Daniels Midland Co. The massive grain handlers, who use the futures market both to hedge their physical purchases as well as trade it for profits, have cited slow market action as one of the reasons for weakening profitability at their operations.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Huge grain supplies dampen impact of USDA reports

    The U.S. Agriculture Department's monthly crop reports, which have traditionally provided huge shocks to the market, have been met by a shrug in 2017, with price moves and volume muted by the massive supply of grains. Price swings for corn, soybeans and wheat futures following the release of the government's biggest agriculture reports, which provide a window into global demand as well as production, have fallen sharply this year. The depressed volatility on what have typically been the most active trading days of the month is weighing on the bottom line of even the biggest traders such as Bunge Ltd and Archer Daniels Midland Co. The massive grain handlers, who use the futures market both to hedge their physical purchases as well as trade it for profits, have cited slow market action as one of the reasons for weakening profitability at their operations.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    USDA corn, soy supply view could pressure prices and farmers, traders

    The U.S. Agriculture Department’s first estimate of the 2017/18 corn and soybean stockpiles could weigh on prices for the rest of the year, adding another blow to both farmers and grain trading companies as they struggle for profits in a bear market. The government issued its third-biggest May forecast of the last 20 years for new-crop U.S. corn stocks, 2.295 billion bushels, in its supply and demand report released on Wednesday. The domestic soy stocks outlook of 480 million bushels came in as the sixth-biggest ever predicted in May.