- Apr 29 - South Korea's Nonghyup Feed Inc. (NOFI) bought 65,000 tons of optional origin corn for Dec shipment

- Apr 29 - USDA announced export sales of 130,000 tons of US corn to Taiwan for 2014/15 delivery

- South Korea's MFG bought 132,000 tons of optional origin corn at 189 $/t c&f for Nov shipment

- Apr 28 – Taiwan bought 120,000 tons of US corn for June-July shipment

- Good weather and fast planting in USA may lead to more corn acres and less than expected soybean acres

- FAO estimated Southern Africa's 2015 corn harvest at 21.1 MMT, down 26% compared with 2014's bumper crop and 15% lower than the average for the last five years

- SAGIS estimated South Africa's March corn ending stocks were 2.582 MMT vs. 3.327 MMT at the end of February and 975,835 tons a year ago

- SAGIS estimated S.Africa's May'14-Mar'15 corn exports at 2.078 MMT vs. 2.15 MMT a year ago

- CEC estimated S.Africa's 2015 corn crop at 9,763 MMT vs. previous forecast of 9,666 MMT and vs. 14.25 MMT in 2014

- CEC estimated S.Africa's 2015 sorghum crop at 139,600 tons vs. previous forecast of 158,300 tons and vs. 265,000 tons in 2014

- Ukraine's Ag Min said farmers planted 1.7 MH of corn through April 29, or 37% of the planned area vs. 2.4 MH a year ago