Local Markets


Aurora Coop - Ord, NE
Date: 7/18/2018 6:19:14 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.26 -21.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.31 -30.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018



Cargill US - Ord, NE
Date: 7/19/2018 5:17:48 AM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.27 -20.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.25 -36.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.61 -78.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.67 -87.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018



Country Partners Coop - Ord, NE
Date: 7/18/2018 6:20:31 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.17 -30.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.63 -76.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.59 -95.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018
Wheat (Hard Red Winter, Kansas City) 4.33 -55.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Wheat (Hard Red Winter, Kansas City) 4.48 -100.00 7/1/2019 7/31/2019



Green Plains - Ord, NE
Date: 7/18/2018 6:22:22 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.32 -15.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.29 -32.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018



Country Partners Coop - North Loup, NE
Date: 7/18/2018 6:20:31 PM
Commodity Price Basis Delivery Start Delivery End
Corn (#2 Yellow) 3.17 -30.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.63 -76.00 7/1/2018 7/31/2018
Soybeans (#2 Yellow) 7.59 -95.00 10/1/2018 10/31/2018



CHICAGO (AP) - Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Wed.:
* Open High Low Settle Chg.
WHEAT
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Sep 498 1/4 505 493 3/4 494 1/2 DOWN 3 1/4
Dec 512 3/4 518 3/4 510 510 3/4 DOWN 1 1/2
Mar 526 1/4 532 1/4 524 1/2 526 1/4 UP 1/4
May 537 541 1/2 535 536 1/4 UP 3/4
Jul 541 545 539 3/4 541 1/4 UP 1 1/2
Sep 550 1/4 553 550 1/4 550 1/2 UP 1 1/2
Dec 564 1/2 568 563 1/4 564 UP 1
Mar 576 1/4 576 1/4 573 3/4 573 3/4 UP 1 1/4
May 578 UP 1
Jul 579 3/4 UP 1 1/2
Sep 579 3/4 UP 1 1/2
Dec 584 3/4 UP 6 1/2
Mar 584 3/4 UP 6 1/2
May 584 3/4 UP 6 1/2
Jul 584 3/4 UP 6 1/2
Est. sales 88,326. Tue.'s sales 119,720
Tue.'s open int 471,315
CORN
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Sep 346 1/4 349 346 347 1/4 UP 1
Dec 359 3/4 362 3/4 359 1/2 361 UP 1 1/4
Mar 371 1/2 374 1/2 371 1/4 372 3/4 UP 1
May 379 381 378 379 1/4 UP 1
Jul 385 1/4 387 384 1/4 385 1/4 UP 3/4
Sep 387 1/4 389 1/4 386 3/4 387 3/4 UP 1/2
Dec 391 1/2 393 3/4 390 1/4 391 1/2
Mar 403 1/4
May 410 1/4 410 1/4 410 1/4 410 1/4
Jul 415 415 3/4 415 415 DOWN 1/4
Sep 408 DOWN 1/4
Dec 409 1/4 409 1/4 407 407 1/2 DOWN 3/4
Jul 421 1/4 DOWN 3/4
Dec 414 414 3/4 414 414 3/4 DOWN 1
Est. sales 215,007. Tue.'s sales 280,232
Tue.'s open int 1,845,765, up 3,878
OATS
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Sep 231 236 1/2 231 234 UP 2 1/2
Dec 235 1/4 241 235 1/4 240 1/4 UP 3 3/4
Mar 245 1/4 UP 4 3/4
May 247 UP 4 3/4
Jul 252 UP 4 3/4
Sep 253 1/4 UP 4 3/4
Dec 253 1/4 UP 4 3/4
Mar 253 1/4 UP 4 3/4
May 253 1/4 UP 4 3/4
Jul 251 3/4 UP 4 3/4
Sep 251 3/4 UP 4 3/4
Est. sales 369. Tue.'s sales 153
Tue.'s open int 4,904, up 143
SOYBEANS
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Aug 839 847 1/2 834 3/4 842 1/4 UP 2 3/4
Sep 845 853 1/4 840 1/2 848 UP 3
Nov 855 863 1/2 850 1/2 857 3/4 UP 2 1/2
Jan 865 873 1/2 860 3/4 868 UP 2 1/2
Mar 874 882 1/2 870 1/4 877 1/4 UP 2 1/2
May 884 1/2 891 3/4 879 1/2 886 1/2 UP 2 1/2
Jul 892 1/2 900 1/2 888 895 UP 2 3/4
Aug 896 1/4 UP 3
Sep 891 3/4 892 891 891 UP 3
Nov 885 3/4 893 1/4 882 1/4 888 1/4 UP 2 1/2
Jan 896 3/4 UP 2 1/2
Mar 902 UP 1 3/4
May 910 3/4 UP 1 3/4
Jul 919 UP 1 1/2
Aug 920 3/4 UP 1 1/2
Sep 910 3/4 UP 1 1/2
Nov 897 898 3/4 897 898 3/4 UP 3/4
Jul 926 UP 3/4
Nov 905 UP 3/4
Est. sales 109,730. Tue.'s sales 188,704
Tue.'s open int 857,941, up 6,651
SOYBEAN OIL
60,000 lbs; cents per lb
Aug 27.73 28.10 27.73 28.07 UP .34
Sep 27.85 28.20 27.85 28.17 UP .34
Oct 27.95 28.29 27.93 28.26 UP .34
Dec 28.13 28.50 28.13 28.47 UP .34
Jan 28.40 28.76 28.40 28.74 UP .34
Mar 28.71 29.06 28.71 29.04 UP .34
May 29.06 29.41 29.06 29.38 UP .33
Jul 29.40 29.74 29.40 29.71 UP .33
Aug 29.59 29.85 29.59 29.85 UP .33
Sep 29.77 29.99 29.77 29.99 UP .33
Oct 29.98 30.06 29.96 30.06 UP .30
Dec 30.05 30.30 30.04 30.27 UP .28
Jan 30.54 UP .28
Mar 30.89 UP .28
May 31.16 UP .29
Jul 31.36 UP .28
Aug 31.47 UP .27
Sep 31.55 UP .25
Oct 31.36 UP .31
Dec 31.41 UP .26
Jul 31.41 UP .26
Oct 31.41 UP .26
Dec 31.41 UP .26
Est. sales 92,684. Tue.'s sales 90,785
Tue.'s open int 517,119, up 4,832
SOYBEAN MEAL
100 tons; dollars per ton
Aug 329.10 332.00 327.50 328.20 DOWN .90
Sep 328.20 330.80 326.30 327.00 DOWN 1.10
Oct 328.10 330.20 325.50 326.30 DOWN 1.40
Dec 327.30 329.80 324.60 325.60 DOWN 1.60
Jan 324.90 327.20 322.10 323.20 DOWN 1.60
Mar 320.80 321.40 316.90 318.10 DOWN .70
May 317.00 319.00 314.60 316.10 DOWN .10
Jul 318.30 319.90 316.10 317.60 UP .10
Aug 318.90 319.80 316.80 317.70 UP .10
Sep 318.50 319.80 316.10 317.40 UP .20
Oct 317.00 318.00 314.50 315.60 UP .20
Dec 316.40 318.20 314.90 316.10 UP .50
Jan 316.70 UP .40
Mar 316.50 UP .40
May 318.60 UP .60
Jul 320.70 UP .50
Aug 318.60 UP .50
Sep 318.80 UP .50
Oct 318.80 UP .50
Dec 320.10 DOWN .60
Jul 323.00 DOWN .60
Oct 323.00 DOWN .60
Dec 330.00 DOWN .60
Est. sales 90,887. Tue.'s sales 117,969
Tue.'s open int 522,450, up 279



Wheat for Sept. fell 3.25 cents at 4.9450 a bushel; Sept. corn was up 1 cent at 3.4725 a bushel; Sept. oats rose 2.50 cents at $2.34 bushel; while Aug. soybeans gained 2.75 cents $8.4225 a bushel.
Beef was higher and pork was lower on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Aug. live cattle was up 2.53 cents at $1.0895 a pound; Aug. feeder cattle rose 3.18 cents at 1.5445 a pound; while Aug. lean hogs fell .70 cents at $.6720 a pound.



SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Global stock markets are drifting lower today as investors await further moves in global trade disputes with the U.S. mulling whether to impose new tariffs on autos and auto parts. European markets have traded mostly lower early today with France's CAC 40 down 0.4 percent and Germany's DAX down 0.3 percent. But Britain's FTSE 100 is up 0.2 percent. Asian markets finished mostly lower. It could be a lukewarm start for Wall Street, with S&P futures down 0.2 percent and Dow futures down 0.1 percent.

BRUSSELS (AP) - The European Union says it is already preparing measures to retaliate against the U.S. if President Donald Trump imposes tariffs on imported cars and auto parts. EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom says the 28-nation bloc would be forced to impose more "rebalancing measures" if Trump escalates trade tensions with the auto tariffs. They would come on top of tariffs the U.S. put on steel and aluminum imports, which the EU responded to with duties on U.S. products.

NEW YORK (AP) - Remarks from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg have sparked criticism from groups such as the Anti-Defamation League. Zuckerberg, who is Jewish, told Recode's Kara Swisher in an interview that although he finds Holocaust denial "deeply offensive," such content should not be banned from Facebook. The Anti-Defamation League says Facebook has a "moral and ethical obligation" not to allow people to disseminate Holocaust denial on its platform.

LONDON (AP) - Five local government councils are going to court to stop the expansion of London's Heathrow Airport, and London Mayor Sadiq Khan has joined the action. Parliament last month approved plans for a third runway at Heathrow. Prime Minister Theresa May says the expansion will boost economic growth, but neighbors and environmentalists object because of concerns about noise, pollution and climate change.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) - Loon, the internet-delivering-balloon unit of Google-parent Alphabet, is announcing its first commercial deal. The company says it will work with partner Telkom Kenya to deliver 4G/LTE cellular access to Kenya in 2019. The announcement comes just a week after Loon graduated from Alphabet's secretive "moonshot factory" known as X. That means it's considered a full-fledged company beside sister companies including Google and Waymo.