BY CONTINUING TO USE THIS SITE, YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR USE OF COOKIES. REVIEW OUR
COOKIE NOTICE

Register with us today

and in less than 60 seconds continue your access to: Latest news headlines Analytical topics and features Commodities videos, podcast & blogs Sample market prices & data Special reports Subscriber notes & daily commodity email alerts

Already have an account?

Log in to register

Forgot Password

Please Note: Platts Market Center subscribers can only reset passwords via the Platts Market Center

Enter your Email ID below and we will send you an email with your password.


  • Email Address* Please enter email address.

If you are a premium subscriber, we are unable to send you your password for security reasons. Please contact the Client Services team.

IF you are a Platts Market Center subscriber, to reset your password go to the�Platts Market Center to reset your password.

In this list
Agriculture

Investors continue to increase bullish position in US corn futures: CFTC

Biofuels | Sugar

North-Northeast Brazil's 2018-19 sugarcane season begins with expected emphasis on ethanol

Agriculture | Biofuels

Platts Biofuelscan

Agriculture | Natural Gas | LNG | NGL | Oil | Crude Oil | Refined Products | Petrochemicals | Shipping

Houston Energy Forum at the S&P Global Platts Energy Symposium

Agriculture

Center-South Brazil H1 September cane crush falls 10.9% from H2 August: UNICA

Investors continue to increase bullish position in US corn futures: CFTC

Non-commercial grain market participants increased their net long position in US corn futures to 214,492 contracts in the week ended Tuesday, up from 165,932 contracts a week earlier, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission said Friday.

Not registered?

Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience.

Register Now

Long positions rose to 507,477 contracts from 495,901, while short positions dropped to 292,985 contracts from 329,969, the CFTC said in its weekly Commitments of Traders legacy report, issued after the market closed.

CBOT March corn futures rose 5 cents to $3.7050/bushel for the reporting week ended Tuesday.

CBOT March corn futures settled 1.5 cents lower at $3.7725/bu Friday.

Non-commercial market participants are large institutional investors, hedge funds and other entities trading in the futures market for investment. They are typically not involved directly in the production, distribution or management of the underlying commodity.

Corn is the main source of US-produced ethanol.

--Sergio Alvarado, sergio.alvarado@spglobal.com
--Edited by Derek Sands, derek.sands@spglobal.com