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South America Production

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South America Production
Corn production is expected to decline in S. America by 11-12 million tons where lower prices are pushing more acres to soybeans. The reduction in corn improves the outlook for 2014 corn prices but then places a higher risk on 2014 November futures.
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Categories: | Tags: South America , Brazil , Argentina | Comments: (0) | View Count: (1876)
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Ethanol Production & Stocks

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Ethanol Production & Stocks
Weekly ethanol corn grind was reported at 96.646 million bushels, down 2.5 million bushels from last week, but still 2.4 million bushels above the weekly number needed to reach the USDA '13/14 estimate of 4.9 billion bushels. Ethanol stocks continue their decline down 70 thousand barrels this week to 15.083 million barrels. Ethanol stocks are now down 1.2 million barrels (7%) since the marketing year began in September.
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Informa Acreage

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Informa estimates 2014 corn acreage at 91.5 million acres vs 91.7 previously. Soybeans were pegged at 83.8 vs 83.9 prior and all wheat was put at 58.1 vs 57.7 previously.
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