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#2 YELLOW CORN
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Futures Month Futures Price Basis Cash Price
 SEP 2015  @C5U 352'6 Chart
 New Crop 2015  @C5Z 366'0 Chart
 New Crop 2015  @C5Z 366'0 Chart
 DEC 2015  @C5Z 366'0 Chart
 JAN 2016  @C6H 377'2 Chart
 MAR 2016  @C6H 377'2 Chart

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  Allied Grain
Futures Month Futures Price Basis Cash Price
 New Crop 2015  @S5X 868'2 Chart
 New Crop 2015  @S5X 868'2 Chart
 New Crop 2015  @S5X 868'2 Chart
 JAN 2016  @S6F 872'4 Chart

Price as of 09/02/15 11:55AM CDT.
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@C - CORN - CBOT
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Sep 15 356'6 358'0 351'2 352'6 -3'2 356'0 11:43A Chart for @C5U Options for @C5U
Dec 15 369'0 371'4 364'2 366'0 -3'0 369'0 11:43A Chart for @C5Z Options for @C5Z
Mar 16 380'0 382'2 375'4 377'2 -3'0 380'2 11:43A Chart for @C6H Options for @C6H
May 16 387'0 388'4 382'0 383'6 -3'2 387'0 11:43A Chart for @C6K Options for @C6K
Jul 16 391'4 393'0 387'2 388'6 -2'6 391'4 11:43A Chart for @C6N Options for @C6N
Sep 16 386'0 386'4 382'0 384'0 -2'0 386'0 11:43A Chart for @C6U Options for @C6U
Dec 16 393'2 395'0 389'2 391'4 -1'6 393'2 11:43A Chart for @C6Z Options for @C6Z
Mar 17 403'0 403'0 400'0 400'0 -3'4 403'4 11:43A Chart for @C7H Options for @C7H
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 15 882'4 888'4 874'2 877'0 -7'6 884'6 11:43A Chart for @S5U Options for @S5U
Nov 15 874'0 880'2 865'0 868'2 -5'6 874'0 11:43A Chart for @S5X Options for @S5X
Jan 16 878'6 884'6 869'4 872'4 -6'2 878'6 11:43A Chart for @S6F Options for @S6F
Mar 16 881'0 887'0 871'2 874'2 -6'6 881'0 11:43A Chart for @S6H Options for @S6H
May 16 885'0 889'6 873'6 877'0 -7'0 884'0 11:43A Chart for @S6K Options for @S6K
Jul 16 889'2 893'6 877'4 880'6 -6'6 887'4 11:43A Chart for @S6N Options for @S6N
Aug 16 888'0 892'2 877'4 879'4 -7'4 887'0 11:43A Chart for @S6Q Options for @S6Q
Sep 16 877'0 879'6 877'0 879'6 4'4 875'2 11:43A Chart for @S6U Options for @S6U
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Morning Calls
August 21, 2015

CORN: Corn traded both sides overnight in a narrow trading range and comes into the morning slightly higher. CZ15 has initial
support of $3.79 1/2 and initial resistance of $3.84 1/4. ProFarmer found good crops in MN & IA on Thursday, releasing yield
estimates close to those released by the USDA. Their tour is complete with national yield projections due later this morning. The US generated 1.28 bln D6 RINs in July, the largest month of 2015. D6 RINs are created when a gallon of non-Advanced
Renewable Fuel is produced or imported. Stats Canada reported an increase in corn & barley production to 12.3 mmt and 7.3 mmt respectively. Import data from China shows they took a record 1.1 mmt of DDGs in July; imports of corn, sorghum and barley all also exceeded 1 mmt for the month. Beginning Sep 1, their commerce ministry will begin requiring importers to "register details" about purchases, which could slow the growth of feedgrain imports. 55% of France's corn crop was rated goodexcellent, unchanged from last week after falling for several consecutive weeks prior due to hot, dry weather. Open interest dropped more than 5,000 contracts on Thursday in normal volume. US corn basis was mixed yesterday with continued improvements in the WCB but some softening in the ECB. John Deere forecast Q4 sales to be down 24% from a year ago.

SOY COMPLEX: Soybeans traded lower overnight and come into this morning down 4-5 cents. Thus far it has been an inside day of yesterday's session, consolidative. Oil down 25-30 points while meal is around unchanged; oil continues to be the weakest leg of the complex. SX15 has initial support of $9.02 & $8.94 with resistance at yesterday's high of $9.09. ProFarmer found big soy pod counts in MN & IA, up 9% and 4% from a year ago. The Western Corn Belt will see another round of rains over the upcoming weekend that could bring as much as 1"+ to some areas; most amounts will be 0.25-0.75". Amounts will be lighter in the ECB, less than 0.5". There are no threateningly hot or cold temps in the forecast. Weather remains a bearish feature. US interior soybean basis remained on the defensive yesterday with plants dropping posted bids by as much as 20 cents; the Gulf and PNW bids are firming however. 294 mln D4 RINs were created in July, the largest of any month of 2015. D4 RINs apply to Biomass-Based Diesel. China imported 9.5 mmt of soybeans in July, an all-time record. Less than 1% came from the US which is not unprecedented for the month of July. Stats Canada estimated their 2015 canola crop will be down 14% from 2014 to 13.3 mmt; this is smaller than had been expected by the trade. Their soybean crop is estimated at 5.9 mmt, down 3%. Palm oil finished lower for the 8th consecutive week.

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