Local Markets


Cargill US - Ord, NE
Date: 10/23/2018 5:18:59 AM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.25 -46.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.63 -40.00 10/1/2019 10/31/2019
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.34 -120.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 8.31 -85.00 10/1/2019 10/31/2019



Aurora Coop - Ord, NE
Date: 10/22/2018 6:25:50 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.26 -45.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018



Green Plains - Ord, NE
Date: 10/22/2018 6:29:53 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.39 -32.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.58 -45.00 10/1/2019 10/31/2019



Country Partners Coop - North Loup, NE
Date: 10/22/2018 6:27:37 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.32 -39.00 12/1/2018 12/31/2018



Country Partners Coop - Greeley, NE
Date: 10/22/2018 6:27:37 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.29 -42.00 12/1/2018 12/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.22 -132.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018



CHICAGO (AP) - Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Mon.:
* Open High Low Settle Chg.
WHEAT
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Dec 514 514 1/4 507 1/4 508 DOWN 6 3/4
Mar 533 533 3/4 526 1/2 527 1/2 DOWN 6 3/4
May 546 546 539 1/4 540 1/4 DOWN 6 3/4
Jul 552 552 545 3/4 546 1/2 DOWN 6 1/4
Sep 562 562 557 557 1/4 DOWN 5 1/4
Dec 575 1/4 577 571 1/4 572 1/4 DOWN 4 1/2
Mar 586 586 583 1/4 583 1/4 DOWN 4 1/4
May 589 DOWN 5
Jul 587 588 584 585 DOWN 5 1/4
Sep 592 1/4 DOWN 6
Dec 604 3/4 606 1/2 600 3/4 603 1/2 DOWN 5 1/4
Mar 612 1/4 DOWN 6 1/4
May 612 1/4 DOWN 6 1/4
Jul 602 1/4 DOWN 6 1/4
Est. sales 73,795. Fri.'s sales 80,211
Fri.'s open int 495,110, up 4,514
CORN
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Dec 365 1/2 370 1/2 365 1/2 369 1/2 UP 2 1/2
Mar 378 382 3/4 378 381 3/4 UP 2 1/4
May 385 3/4 390 1/4 385 1/2 389 1/4 UP 2 1/4
Jul 391 395 3/4 391 394 3/4 UP 2
Sep 392 3/4 397 1/4 392 3/4 396 1/4 UP 1 3/4
Dec 398 1/4 402 3/4 398 401 1/2 UP 1 1/2
Mar 409 411 3/4 409 410 1/4 UP 1 1/4
May 416 1/4 416 1/2 415 3/4 415 3/4 UP 1 1/4
Jul 421 1/4 421 1/4 420 1/2 420 3/4 UP 1 1/2
Sep 415 3/4 415 3/4 414 1/2 414 1/2 UP 1
Dec 414 416 1/4 414 415 3/4 UP 1 1/4
Jul 430 430 1/2 430 430 1/2 UP 1
Dec 419 3/4
Est. sales 238,257. Fri.'s sales 295,799
Fri.'s open int 1,643,114, up 10,997
OATS
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Dec 295 298 1/2 292 1/4 295 1/2 UP 1/4
Mar 285 289 284 286 3/4 DOWN 1/4
May 285 288 3/4 285 287 3/4
Jul 289 3/4
Sep 286 3/4
Dec 277 1/2
Mar 277 1/2
May 277 1/2
Jul 276
Sep 276
Jul 276
Sep 276
Est. sales 356. Fri.'s sales 724
Fri.'s open int 6,902, up 52
SOYBEANS
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Nov 855 3/4 863 855 1/2 858 1/2 UP 1 3/4
Jan 869 1/4 876 1/2 869 1/4 872 1/2 UP 2
Mar 882 1/4 889 1/2 882 1/4 885 3/4 UP 2 1/4
May 895 3/4 903 895 1/2 899 1/2 UP 2 1/2
Jul 906 1/4 913 3/4 906 1/4 910 1/4 UP 2 3/4
Aug 911 1/2 917 3/4 911 1/2 914 1/2 UP 2 3/4
Sep 918 3/4 918 3/4 914 915 1/2 UP 2 1/4
Nov 917 1/4 924 1/2 917 920 UP 2
Jan 935 935 930 3/4 930 3/4 UP 1 3/4
Mar 941 1/2 941 1/2 938 1/4 938 1/4 UP 1 1/2
May 948 948 944 3/4 944 3/4 UP 1 1/2
Jul 955 3/4 955 3/4 953 1/2 953 1/2 UP 1 1/4
Aug 953 3/4 UP 1
Sep 949 3/4 UP 1
Nov 946 1/2 947 3/4 946 1/2 947 3/4 UP 1/2
Jul 975 UP 1/2
Nov 966 UP 1/2
Est. sales 242,582. Fri.'s sales 231,711
Fri.'s open int 851,420
SOYBEAN OIL
60,000 lbs; cents per lb
Dec 29.14 29.32 29.06 29.15 UP .01
Jan 29.34 29.56 29.29 29.39 UP .01
Mar 29.62 29.80 29.55 29.64 UP .02
May 29.83 30.04 29.80 29.91 UP .02
Jul 30.11 30.32 30.06 30.17 UP .02
Aug 30.30 30.41 30.22 30.31 UP .02
Sep 30.43 30.57 30.35 30.43 UP .02
Oct 30.61 30.61 30.49 30.49 UP .01
Dec 30.71 30.80 30.62 30.68 UP .02
Jan 30.94 UP .02
Mar 31.22 UP .02
May 31.46 31.48 31.46 31.48 UP .03
Jul 31.75 UP .03
Aug 31.76 UP .03
Sep 31.86 UP .03
Oct 31.92 UP .02
Dec 32.28 UP .02
Jul 32.28 UP .02
Oct 32.28 UP .02
Dec 32.33 UP .02
Est. sales 68,427. Fri.'s sales 92,213
Fri.'s open int 529,578, up 1,912
SOYBEAN MEAL
100 tons; dollars per ton
Dec 313.20 315.50 311.80 312.80 DOWN .30
Jan 315.10 317.60 313.90 315.00 DOWN .10
Mar 314.60 317.40 314.00 315.70 UP 1.10
May 312.90 316.10 312.60 314.70 UP 1.80
Jul 313.50 316.70 313.30 315.40 UP 2.00
Aug 313.90 317.10 313.90 315.80 UP 1.90
Sep 314.00 317.30 313.90 316.00 UP 2.00
Oct 313.10 315.50 313.10 314.90 UP 1.80
Dec 313.40 316.60 313.40 315.50 UP 1.80
Jan 317.00 317.10 316.30 316.60 UP 1.90
Mar 317.80 UP 1.80
May 318.40 UP 1.80
Jul 320.10 UP 1.80
Aug 318.50 UP 1.80
Sep 318.00 UP 1.50
Oct 315.80 UP 1.50
Dec 317.00 UP 1.80
Jul 319.90 UP 1.80
Oct 319.90 UP 1.80
Dec 326.90 UP 1.80
Est. sales 108,624. Fri.'s sales 116,990
Fri.'s open int 531,396



Wheat for Dec. fell 6.75 cents at 5.08 a bushel; Dec. corn was up 2.50 cents at 3.6950 a bushel; Dec. oats was rose .25 cent at $2.9550 bushel; while Nov. soybeans gained 1.75 cents at $8.5850 a bushel.
Beef and pork were higher on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Oct. live cattle was up .55 cent at $1.1265 a pound; Oct. feeder cattle rose 1 cent at 1.5565 a pound; while Dec. lean hogs gained 1.57 cents at $.5317 a pound.



SINGAPORE (AP) - Global shares were broadly lower on Tuesday as investors focused on geopolitical worries in Italy, China and beyond. Futures pointed to a lower opening on wall Street. Benchmark U.S. crude oil lost more than a dollar, falling below $68.50 per barrel. The dollar weakened against the yen and the euro.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) - A high-profile economic forum in Saudi Arabia began on Tuesday in Riyadh, the kingdom's first major event on the world stage since the killing of writer Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul earlier this month. The Future Investment Initiative forum is the brainchild of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, aimed at drawing more foreign investment into the kingdom and to help create desperately needed jobs for its youthful population.

TOKYO (AP) - Philip Morris, maker of Marlboro and other major cigarette brands, is maneuvering to keep itself in business in a post-smoking world with an advertising blitz in puff-happy Japan and other tobacco-loving markets. One of the biggest purveyors of tobacco products, it says making the world "smoke free" is its goal. The company is renewing its effort to win over new generations of tobacco users to its iQOS devices, which heat tobacco without burning it. It's found a warm welcome in Japan, home to 5 million of the nearly 6 million users of the product.

LONDON (AP) - Britain's finances are in better shape than expected, helping Treasury chief Philip Hammond avoid tax increases when he delivers his budget to the House of Commons next week. The Financial Times is reporting that the independent Office for Budget Responsibility will slash its borrowing forecasts because of improved tax receipts, reducing the deficit by about 13 billion pounds ($16.9 billion) during the current fiscal year.

LONDON (AP) - Dyson, the British company best known for innovative vacuum cleaners, says it will build its electric car in Singapore. The company says the bespoke manufacturing facility is due for completion in 2020 and is part of a 2.5 billion pound ($3.2 billion) investment in new technology globally. This year Dyson also said it had plans to build auto test tracks at a former Royal Air Force airfield.