ICE Futures Canada Thursday: Canola futures prices higher, barley unchanged

Jan 19, 2017

WINNIPEG - ICE Futures Canada closing prices:

Canola: March '17 $3.10 higher $518.40; May '17 $3.40 higher $525.60; July '17 $3.50 higher $529.10; Nov. '17 $0.70 higher $506.10; Jan. '18 $0.30 higher $507.50; March '18 $0.30 higher $508.10; May '18 $0.30 higher $509.70; July '18 $0.30 higher $511.70; Nov. '18 $0.30 higher $511.70; Jan. '19 $0.30 higher $511.70; March '19 $0.30 higher $511.70.

Barley (Western): March '17 unchanged $139.00; May '17 unchanged $141.00; July '17 unchanged $142.00; Oct. '17 unchanged $142.00; Dec. '17 unchanged $142.00; March '18 unchanged $142.00; May '18 unchanged $142.00; July '18 unchanged $142.00; Oct. '18 unchanged $142.00; Dec. '18 unchanged $142.00, March '19 unchanged $142.00.

Thursday's estimated volume of trade: 470,180 tonnes of canola; 0 tonnes of barley (Western Barley). Total: 470,180.

INDEX: Finance Agriculture

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