DTN's Grain Quick Takes

OMAHA (DTN) -- Corn and soybeans opened higher Sunday, likely buoyed by relatively dry weather over the last week. Both new-crop December corn and November soybeans are showing early 2-cent gains. Winter wheat, on the other hand, is lower with Kansas City down 3 cents and Chicago off 1 cent.

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Market Strategies

CORN Strategies Snapshot

Closing Futures Price & Change

Electronic Corn (@C)
Jul 17 3.5775 -0.0500
Sep 17 3.6550 -0.0525
Dec 17 3.7525 -0.0550
Jul 17 - Sep 17
Spread -$0.0775 Neutral

Trends

Monthly Trend Sideways
Weekly Trend Down

Market Structure

Bearish - Type 8

Seasonal Index

The market tends to trend down through early October.

Positions

2017: 50% expected production covered w/Dec 17 $3.80 puts @ approx. $0.30 2017: 25% expected production priced w/Dec 17 @ $3.90 ($3.98-$0.08 net puts) 2017: 25% expected production priced w/Dec 17 @ $3.91 ($4.07-$0.16 net puts)
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