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For Assumption Coop Grain Co.


Assumption Coop wishes to do our part in helping control the spread of Coronavirus.  We want to help protect our customers, our employees and the communities we operate in.
 
Effective March 18, 2020  we will be restricting our company offices to our employees and approved contractors only.
 
Please contact us by phone if you wish to conduct business.    We can mail documents to you or bring them out to your car. We can also email or fax documents to you.
 
Truck drivers please stay in your trucks while unloading and loading.

 




 

Futures
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Last Change Open High Low Close Time More
Jul 20 332'4 2'2 328'6 332'4 328'2 331'2s 06/05 Chart for @C0N Options for @C0N
Sep 20 336'6 2'2 332'6 336'6 332'4 335'4s 06/05 Chart for @C0U Options for @C0U
Dec 20 346'0 2'4 342'2 346'2 342'0 345'2s 06/05 Chart for @C0Z Options for @C0Z
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Last Change Open High Low Close Time More
Jul 20 868'2 0'0 868'0 873'4 865'2 867'6s 06/05 Chart for @S0N Options for @S0N
Aug 20 870'2 1'2 868'6 874'4 866'6 870'0s 06/05 Chart for @S0Q Options for @S0Q
Nov 20 880'0 2'6 876'6 882'2 875'6 879'4s 06/05 Chart for @S0X Options for @S0X
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Last Change Open High Low Close Time More
Jul 20 515'2 -8'4 526'6 527'6 513'2 515'2s 06/05 Chart for @W0N Options for @W0N
Sep 20 520'4 -7'2 530'0 531'2 518'0 520'2s 06/05 Chart for @W0U Options for @W0U
@YM - E-MINI DOW JONES $5 - CBOT
Month Last Change Open High Low Close Time More
Jun 20 27060.00 819.00 26283.00 27325.00 26212.00 27072.00s 06/05 Chart for @YM0M Options for @YM0M
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Closing Market Comments

6-5-20


CORN

Corn futures closed firmer today on continued fund short covering. July futures ended the session up 2 ¼ and was 5 ½ cents higher for the week, while the December contract ended the day 2 ½ firmer and gained 6 ½ cents from last Friday. Fund traders entered the week with a net corn short nearing 300,000 contracts but have pared it back to a degree this week, beginning this morning with a short position near 251,000 contracts. The weekly COT report will be released later this afternoon. The weather across the Midwest still leans bearish, as planting is all but completed across the majority of the Corn Belt and there are no signs of any extended hot and dry periods. This week’s above normal temperatures are expected to be replaced by below normal readings the middle of next week along with normal to above normal rainfall. In addition, weather maps indicate the last half of June will consist of below normal temperatures and near normal rainfall. NASS will be out with updated planting progress numbers on Monday. The trade is expecting to see U.S. corn planting near complete. A slight improvement in the corn condition rating is also expected from this week’s estimate of 74% good to excellent.


BEANS

Soybean futures ended the session mostly higher. For the week, July futures gained 27 cents and new crop November futures were 27 ¾ cents firmer. Managed money maintains a small net bullish bet on soybean futures. Beans have been finding support from Chinese interest, w/ crushers buying U.S. soybeans this week. Today marked the 4th day in a row that USDA released flash sales for beans. This morning, two sales totals were announced to unknown destinations. The first was for 258,000 tons of beans (with 60,000 tons booked for delivery in the 19/20 marketing year and 198,000 in 20/21). Another sale was noted for 330,000 tons of soybeans, also to unknown destinations & split as follows: 196,000 tons for 19/20 and 134,000 tons for 20/21. There was, however, some question surrounding this sale; that it may have been made in late May/early June and reported late. NASS will be out with updated U.S. planting progress numbers on Monday. The trade is expecting to see U.S. soybean planting between 85-90% complete. Similar to corn, a slight improvement is expected in the bean condition rating from this week’s estimate of 70% good to excellent.

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