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  • Corn firms up as soy, palm, oilseed fundamentals weaken
  • China's feed demand has fallen two years in a row. Importing 11 to 13 times soy than corn, the former will be impacted far more strongly than the latter. Coming at a time of year when overly optimistic crop estimates frequently pull down prices, the USDA's April WASDE was unusual, pulling both corn and soy inventories to levels that provide price support.
  • Supply-side uncertainty: Why corn is trading near US$5/bushel
  • How and why the golden grain is 25% more costly than was predicted six months ago. Corn has done it again. Back in 2010, analysts predicted CBOT corn would not go above US$4.50 for four to five years. Instead, it broke the US$5.00/bushel barrier within a few months.
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  • Jebsen & Jessen Chemicals/NutriLife
  • AB Vista
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