To-Arrive Truck & Rail Bids - Grain Delivered To Chicago IL


Springfield, IL    Wed, Nov 26, 2014    USDA-IL Dept of Ag Market News

***No reports on Thu and Fri, Nov 27 and 28, due to the holidays.***

Chicago Terminal Grain Report

To Arrive Truck and Rail Bids for Grain Delivered to Chicago.  The

following quotations represent Bids ($/ bu) from Terminal Elevators,

Processors, Mills, and Merchandisers after 1:30 p.m. today.

Grain          Bids        Delivery    Change           Basis       Change

SRW Wheat  5.4200-5.9200   30 Days     UP 10.5      -20Z to 30Z     UNCH

Soybeans  10.3200-10.5200    Spot      DN 4         -15F to 5F      UNCH

Soybeans  10.2500-10.5200 15-30 Days   DN 4         -22F to 5F      UNCH

Terminal Elevator Bids

Corn       3.5525-3.8025     Spot     UP 9-UP 4     -23Z to 2Z   UP 5-UNCH

Corn       3.5525-3.8025  15-30 Days  UP 9-UP 4     -23Z to 2Z   UP 5-UNCH

Processor Bids

Corn       3.6950-3.7550     Spot  UP 4.25-UP 3.25  -22H to -16H   No Comp

Corn       3.7250-3.8050  15-30 Days   UP 4.25      -19H to -11H   No Comp

Changes are cents per bushel.  Spot = up to 15 days

Soybeans = US 1 Yellow; Corn = US 2 Yellow

Chicago Board of Trade month symbols: F January, G February, H March, J April,

K May, M June, N July, Q August, U September, V October, X November, Z December


Monthly Prices for: October 2014

SRW Wheat                      5.0444

Processor Corn (Spot)          3.4634

Terminal Corn (Spot)           3.2105

Soybeans (Spot)                9.5801

Source: USDA-IL Dept of Ag Market News Service, Springfield, IL

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