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How do you track the daily grain market?

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Individuals can track the daily grain market on Nasdaq.com by selecting the Commodities link on the top right of the Markets drop-down window at the top of the home page, as indicated on the website. Information links for specific grain commodities, such as wheat, corn, oats and rice, are located under the Grains Heading on the left side of the Latest Commodity Prices page. Additional options under the Grains heading include soybean products, red wheat, spring wheat and canola.

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The results page provides a graph that details the grain's daily market activity, as shown on the Nasdaq website. Directly below the graph is a drop down menu that allows users to view historical market activity ranging from seven days to 10 years. Recent articles related to the grain and commodities in general are also on the results page.

Daily grain market activity is also available on CMEGroup.com by hovering the mouse over the Trading heading near the top left of the home page and then selecting Agriculture, as displayed on the website. Grain activity is listed under the Grain and Oilseeds tab. Detailed information for an individual grain is available by selecting from the link options, which include Mini-Corn Futures, Oats Futures and Rough Rice Futures. The date and time of the most recent update is listed on the right side of each individual grain results page chart

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