Global corn ending stocks for 2022/23 received an unexpected increase in the March WASDE. Stocks are now pegged near 296.5 MMT due to lower projected demand.

Corn futures have plummeted on speculative selling due to general economic concerns surrounding the world outlook for consumption and a relatively bearish outlook for U.S. supply and demand.

Market forces across the globe are increasingly relevant to the U.S. corn market, and each month we publish a report giving perspective on the major corn exporters as well as other important players in world corn.

Check out this report we published last fall, covering U.S. corn pricing and basis trends as well as S&D and pricing in South America, Europe, China, and Ukraine. Please reach out to learn more about how we can help you stay informed but not overloaded about all the commodity markets relevant to your buying needs.

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