Commodity

Corn futures finished last week’s trade in the red as better weather lessens the concerns of yield loss for what is in the ground.
Friday was both fundamentally and technically disappointing for Gold. The metal rallied $14.5 on the week to $1426.
Crude Oil is up about 1% this morning but trading off its overnight high of 57.04. Price action was suppressed through much of Friday until news broke that Iran seized a British tanker.
The Trading Ranges strategy was developed by Futures Magazine data science team to supplement active trader entry and exit levels in futures and commodity markets. 
The Commodity Futures Commission's weekly Commitment of Traders gives a snapshot view of how Leveraged Funds and Managed Money is positioned in US Futures and commodity markets. These are typically hedge funds, CTAs, CPOs and various types of money managers.
Improving weather forecast triggered a technical breakdown in yesterday’s session. Soybeans were the surprise of the day, rallying off of technical support on little new news.
The Trading Ranges strategy was developed by Futures Magazine data science team to supplement active trader entry and exit levels in futures and commodity markets. 
The Trading Ranges strategy was developed by Futures Magazine data science team to supplement active trader entry and exit levels in futures and commodity markets. 
The grain markets continue to be trade off of the ever-changing weather forecasts, keeping volatility alive and well. As stated in previous reports over the last week, both the bulls and bears will have days of vindication in the coming weeks and months.
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