Corn futures were a couple cents better on the day. Though fresh news was once again thing, strength in beans spilled into corn along with support coming from outside markets. For the week as a whole we saw corn a couple cents better nearby and new crop was steady. Beans posted modest gains of 9 cents nearby and 7 ½ cents on the new crop November contract. Much like corn there was not a lot of fresh news in the bean market but there have been some positive comments regarding trade with China this week. South American weather has also had some positive influence on the market. For the week as a whole beans were around 6 cents better. Funds were estimated buyers of 10,000 contracts of corn and 6,000 contracts of beans on the day. There will be no markets Sunday night or during the day on Monday in observation of MLK Day. Markets will resume trading Monday night at 7:00PM.
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