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Net Positions of Institutional Investors (CFTC)

Institutional investors increased in the week of 30.10. - 06.11. The holdings of long positions in SRW wheat were up 1,695 contracts on 80,802 contracts, while reducing short positions by 1,879 contracts to 121,945 contracts. The share of net short positions decreased by 3,574 contracts to 41,143 contracts. As in the previous weeks, the investor group of the "Institutional Investors" is predominantly bearish. This emerges from the weekly COT report of the US Department of Agriculture, which was published Friday after the close of trading in Chicago. In corn, long positions were increased by 4,630 contracts to 247,727 lots and short positions were reduced by 7,730 contracts to 221,098 lots. As a result, net long positions increased to 26,629 lots.
Reduced by 26,227 lots to 45,078 contracts, the share of net short positions in soybeans Long positions were reduced by 716 contracts, but short positions were also reduced by 26,943 contracts.
Since the report is always published with a delay of nearly one week by the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission), all changes will be after the 16th.October in this update does not take into account. 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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