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December USDA Supply & Demand

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Slightly friendly U.S. and world corn ending stocks vs. trade guess. The USDA sees corn demand up 100 million bushels total (50 million higher exports, 50 million higher ethanol), adjusting ending stocks tighter by 95 million bushels. The ending stock result was 79 million bushels to the low side of trade guesses but within the ranges. Corn still faces the threat of rising supplies headed into the January report and a mostly short spec crowd.
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