Maize On NCDEX Settled Down By -0.28% At 1431

Maize on NCDEX settled down by -0.28% at 1431 tracking weakness in spot demand and overseas prives as expectations for bumper South American production weighed. Good rains and prospects for a bumper crop have pulled South African maize prices to 2-1/2 year lows. Corn prices dropped after the government Crop Estimates Committee forecast a 2017 harvest of 13.918 million tonnes, 79 percent more than in 2016. That forecast was 6 percent higher than expectations of 13.11 million tonnes. Cold weather, rains and resilient genetically-modified crops (GMO) have also limited the damage caused by an armyworm outbreak. The region offers potential export markets.

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