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COT Report (Commitments of Traders)

Institutional investors increased in the week from 09.10. - 16.10. The holdings of long positions in SRW wheat were up 1,591 contracts on 85,458 contracts, but at the same time they increased the holdings of short positions by 1,499 contracts to 102,251 contracts. The share of net short positions therefore fell marginally by 92 contracts 16,793 contracts. The investor group "Institutional Investors" is thus still predominantly bearish. This emerges from the weekly COT report from the US Department of Agriculture, published Friday after the close in Chicago. In the case of maize, long positions were increased by 3,332 units, but the reduction in short positions by 50,854 contracts to 233,415 contracts was significantly more significant. Overall, last week's net short stock of 34,032 contracts has been pushed to 20,154 net long positions. The share of net short positions in soybeans has been reduced. After 41,401 contracts on 9 October, there were 36,368 contracts as of 16 October. Since the report is always published with a delay of nearly a week by the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission), any changes after October 16 will not be included in this update.For this reason, our news ticker daily publishes the estimates of the "Institutional Investor" position changes. With the daily estimates, however, options are not considered!
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