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DTN Daily Basis Comments
Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:55 AM CDT
DAILY BASIS:

DTN Cash Change From National Contract Change from
Commodity Index Prev Day Avg. Basis Month Prev Day
Corn: $3.39 $0.02 -$0.19 Sep $0.000
Soybeans: $11.70 -$0.15 $1.10 Nov -$0.012
SRW Wheat: $5.07 -$0.08 -$0.31 Sep $0.004
HRW Wheat: $5.69 -$0.10 -$0.44 Sep $0.007
HRS Wheat: $5.81 -$0.09 -$0.28 Sep -$0.016

CORN:

The DTN National Corn Index for Tuesday indicates a national average basis of 19 cents under the Chicago September futures contract, unchanged from Monday's basis. Even though USDA estimated fall corn harvest at 14.03 billion bushels and USDA forecast yields to be 167.4 bushels per ...

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