US Wheat Futures - Dec 15 (ZWZ5)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Bushel

  • Prev. Close: 526.00
  • Open: 525.38
  • Day's Range: 515.38 - 531.50
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Roni Stern
A Corn(y) Investment Is The Right Move
By Roni Stern - Oct 06, 2015

Maize, or by the name you probably know it, corn, is the most common growth worldwide followed by wheat and rice. Corn is sown during winter time and is harvested in late summer; it needs a non-stop ...

T. Marc Schober
September Harvest Off To Strong Start
By T. Marc Schober - Oct 01, 2015

Harvest is off to another excellent start in September due to relatively warm and dry weather which allowed farmers to already complete 10% of the harvest and start combining soybeans ahead of the ...

IFC Markets
Rice Quotes Far Ahead Of Other Grains
By IFC Markets - Sep 02, 2015

Rice quotes are far ahead of the other grains Since the start of the year, wheat has plunged by 17.8%, corn by 7.6%, while rice has gained 5.4%. Surely, rice is the traditional food stuff in Southeast...

Bill Holter
Why Backwardation Matters
By Bill Holter - Aug 19, 2015

In the past, the topic of backwardation has come up and I've tried to write about and simplify understanding it. We now have backwardation deeper and further out than anything we've seen in the past ...

IFC Markets
Grain Futures May Reverse
By IFC Markets - Aug 11, 2015

Let us consider the Grain_4 personal composite instrument (PCI) on the daily chart. It includes wheat, corn, soybeans and oat in equal shares 100 bushels each. The PCI is growing ahead of the US ...

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Steve Zielinski
Steve Zielinski Oct 02, 2015 12:12AM GMT
YSF YLDRM 4 hours ago
MH MH Sep 23, 2015 3:19PM GMT
i view wheat as the biggest risk in the market only because a huge con tango between the spot price and the front month, wheat is much cheaper in all other markets but the u.s. really can't understand why it's not falling.. if anybody has anything to share regarding this matter, i am all ears, and really not interested in your gut feelings and shooting from the hip comments.
Thomas Boch
Thomas Boch Sep 23, 2015 1:04AM GMT
Recognized Hanging Man -- a bearish reversal pattern that can also mark a top or resistance level.
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