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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Nov 25, 2013 08:43 AM CST

March Corn Continues is Slow March

Watching the corn market erode is similar to watching the Grand Canyon, well, erode. One is slowly working lower due to a constant flow of disinterested traders, the other the workings of the Colorado River over time. Both are interesting, in their own way, with neither showing patterns of sudden change.

Given its higher open interest totals the March corn contract has assumed the role of most heavily traded from the December. And with the December contract facing first notice day this coming Friday, the day after the Thanksgiving holiday, even more attention will ...

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