Futures

There are Cereals (Corn, Barley, Wheat), Oilseeds (Rapeseeds, Soybeans), Soyoil and Soymeal Futures. Futures contracts are standardized except for the price, which is discovered via the supply (offers) and the demand (bids). We are have knowledge in fundamental and technical analyses of future commodities, forex markets. A futures contract is a commitment to make or take delivery of a specific quantity and quality of a given commodity at a specific delivery location and time in the future. This price discovery process occurs through an exchange’s electronic trading system or by open auction on the trading floor of a regulated commodity exchange.

Contract are standardized except for the price, which is discovered via the supply (offers) and the demand (bids). This price discovery process occurs through an exchange’s electronic trading system or by open auction on the trading floor of a regulated commodity exchange.

CBOT Corn, Wheat, Soya, Soya Oil, Soya meal

All contracts are ultimately settled either through liquidation by an offsetting transaction (a purchase after an initial sale or a sale after an initial purchase) or by delivery of the actual physical commodity.

An offsetting transaction is the more frequently used method to settle a futures contract. Delivery usually occurs in less than 2 percent of all agricultural contracts traded.

Exchange Functions

The main economic functions of a futures exchange are price risk management and price discovery. An exchange accomplishes these functions by providing a facility and trading platforms that bring buyers and sellers together. An exchange also establishes and enforces rules to ensure that trading takes place in an open and competitive environment. For this reason, all bids and offers must be made either via the exchange’s electronic order-entry trading system, such as CME Globex, or in a designated trading pit by open auction.

Feed Barley ASX Australia; Feed Barley Budapest, Hungary; ICE Canada Western Barley; Barley world wide (general info) are futures contracts for barley.
Feed Barley ASX Australia

Contract Unit: 20 Metric Tonnes
Quotation/Tick Size: Aud $0.10 Per Tonne, Tick Value $2.00 Per Contract
Contract Months: Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov.

There are Cereals (Corn - CBOT, Chicago, USA ) Futures. We are have knowledge in fundamental and technical analyses of future commodities, forex markets. A futures contract is a commitment to make or take delivery of a specific quantity and quality of a given commodity at a specific delivery location and time in the future. FYI CBOT CORN, Matiff Paris Corn Futures. Corn - BMF, San Paulo, Brasilia. Future contract, Corn - Budapest

Please find below Corn - CBOT, Chicago, USA Contract Details, Trading Hours for the CBOT Corn Future.
CONTRACT SIZE: 5000 bushels
CONTRACT MONTHS: Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Dec.
PRICE QUOTE: Cents and quarter-cents/bu.
TICK SIZE: 1/4 Cents per bushel  ($12.50 contract)

DAILY PRICE LIMIT: $0.30 per bushel expandable to $0.45 and then to $0.70 when the market closes at limit bid or limit offer.

Futures contract Canola (Winnipeg, Canada) or Rapeseed (MATIFF, Paris) is a commitment to make or take delivery of a specific quantity and quality of a given commodity at a specific delivery location and time in the future. Please find below technical analises of Futures contract Rapeseed - MATIFF, Paris 

Conditions: FOB/mt; Unit of trading: Fifty tonnes; Origins tenderable: Any origin
Quality: Double zero variety, of sound, fair and merchantable quality of the following standards:
Oil content: basis 40% +/- 1.5% for each 1%
Moisture: max 9% +/- 1% for each 1%
Impurities: basis 2% max 3% +/- 1% for each 1%
Oleic acidity: max 2%
Erucic acid content: max 2%
Glucosinolates content: max 25 micromoles

Soybean Futures - CBOT, Chicago, USA Contract Size 5,000 bushels (~136 metric tons)  /2.7216=USD/Mt Deliverable Grade No 2 Yellow at contract price, No 1 Yellow at a 6 cent/bushel premium, No 3 Yellow at a 6 cent/bushel discount 

Pricing Unit Cents per bushel
Tick Size (minimum fluctuation) 1/4 of one cent per bushel ($12.50 per contract)

Contract Months/Symbols January (F), March (H), May (K), July (N), August (Q), September (U) & November (X)

Trading Hours CME Globex (Electronic Platform) 6:00 pm - 7:15 am and 9:30 am - 1:15 pm Central Time, Sunday - Friday
Open Outcry (Trading Floor) 9:30 am - 1:15 pm Central Time, Monday - Friday

Terms and conditions for Futures Sugar No. 11; Sugar No 14; Sugar No. 16.

CBOT Sugar No. 11 futures are traded on the New York Board of Trade under ticker symbol SB in cents and hundredths of a cent per pound. 
The Chart at left shows the front-month Sugar No. 11 prices on the New York Board of Trade in cents and hundredths of a cent per pound. 
The Number 11 in the contract refers the way shipping costs are handled between the buyer and the seller of the contract. Sugar no 11 is sold Free on Board (FOB), which means the seller pays to ship the sugar to a port, and is responsible for loading costs. The buyer, however, is responsible for unloading costs.

Sugar #11 can be sugar originating from any one of 28 countries and the United States: Argentina,

CBOT Chicago Wheat, Black Sea Wheat Futures; Milling Wheat - Asx, Australia; Euro Wheat - Budapest, Hungary; and etc., Futures MATIFF, Paris, France - milling wheat;


CBOT Chicago Wheat Futures

Size: 5,000 bushels (~ 136 Metric Tons) xx/2.7216=usd/mt