- June 4 -Taiwan's MFIG (MIPA) bought 130,000 MT of Brazilian corn for August shipment

- Taiwan Sugar Corp. bought 20,000 MT of US corn and 15,000 MT of US soybeans for August shipment

- Buenos Aires Grains Exchange left its estimate of Argentine 2014/15 corn crop at 25 MMT, unchanged from previous estimate; 39.4% of the crop had been harvested as of June 4

- EU in week ended June 2 granted licences to export 55 TMT of corn, bringing the total this season to 3.275 MMT vs. 2.505 MMT a year ago

- EU in week ended June 2 awarded 292 TMT of corn (maize) import certificates, taking the volume so far this season to 8.678 MMT vs. 13.608 MMT a year ago

- FranceAgriMer said 86% of France's corn crops were in good to excellent condition as of June 1 vs. 88% a week ago and 88% a year ago

- Ukraine's Ag Min said Ukraine has exported 32.18 MMT of grain between July 1, 2014 – June 4, 2015 including wheat – 10.523 MMT, corn – 16.946 MMT and barley – 4.46 MMT

- Weekly US corn export sales data for week ended May 28 – 410,100 MT, incl. 464,900 MT for 2014/15 vs. expected 550,000-750,000 MT and a net cancellation of 54,800 MT for 2015/16 vs. expected 100,000-300,000 MT

- US DDGs exports in April were 928,120 MT, up 4 TMT from March. Shipments to China accounted for 601,834 MT of that, the second largest ever and vs. the record amount of 609,938 MT in November 2013

- Continental Rice Corp. predicted the Japanese corn imports would be down 3% this year from 15 MMT (including 9.66 MMT for feed) last year as the country uses more domestic rice for feed

- Chinese were considering lowering the reserve purchase price in corn. There was also talk that the province of Jilin would extend subsidies to feed mills as well as industrial users to buy corn out of the reserve

- Russia's Ag Min said farmers planted 2.7 MH of corn through June 5, or 95.2% of the planned total planted area vs. 2.5 MH a year ago