DTN Daily Basis Comments
Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Mon Sep 23, 2013 06:05 PM CDT

DTN Cash Change From National Contract Change from
Commodity Index Prev Day Avg. Basis Month Prev Day
Corn: $4.54 -$0.01 $0.00 Dec -$0.035
Soybeans: $12.83 -$0.18 -$0.25 Nov -$0.107
SRW Wheat: $6.12 $0.08 -$0.42 Dec $0.005
HRW Wheat: $6.71 $0.04 -$0.27 Dec -$0.013
HRS Wheat: $6.54 -$0.02 -$0.45 Dec -$0.008


The DTN National Corn Index for Monday indicates a national average basis of option the Chicago December futures contract, down 4 cents from Friday's basis.


The DTN National Soybean Index for Monday indicates a national average basis of 25 cents under the Chicago November ...

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