Inverted Cash Market Offers Few Storage Incentives for Old Crop Corn
Apr 13, 2012
This afternoon Abbey and Logan look back at a week in the grains that saw most contracts trade lower after Tuesday's USDA WASDE report. Abbey looked at some cash market data, specifically cash price spreads moving into summer. The cash market is inverted through harvest in many markets, providing little incentive to store old crop corn. Tune in for the full report!
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