Corn Price OutlookCorn prices have fallen sharply since the start of June, after remaining fairly stable through May. The decline was likely driven by forecasts for wet weather in the U.S., which improved production prospects. Moreover, recent USDA data shows that the corn crop is in good shape: Corn condition is markedly better than last year, while 72% of the crop has emerged—up from last year’s figure—and planting is almost complete. In addition, rising concerns about global trade disputes likely added downward pressure to prices. Corn traded at USD 345 cents per bushel on 8 June. The price was down 8.0% from the same day last month but was 6.8% higher on a year-to-date basis. The price was down 4.4% from the same day last year.
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