- June 25 - Taiwan's MFIG bought 130,000 MT of Brazilian corn at 111.6 US cents/bu c&f over the December contract for September-October shipment

- Weekly US corn export sales data for week ended June 18 – 794,300 MT, incl. 496,800 MT for 2014/15 vs. expected 500,000-700,000 MT and 297,500 MT for 2015/16 vs. expected 100,000-200,000 MT

- Heavy rains across key US growing regions stoke concerns over possible lower production

- Cargill Inc on Friday temporarily shut down its corn processor in Eddyville, Iowa, due to flooding in the area

- IGC has raised its 2015/16 global corn production forecast by 2 MMT to 962.7 MMT but remained well below the prior season's record 998.5 MMT. Increased usage to result in a 0.3 MMT increase in carryover to 187.7 MMT, down from 201.1 MMT in 2014/15

- EU in week ended June 23 granted licences to export 74 TMT of corn, bringing the total this season to 3.556 MMT vs. 2.597 MMT a year ago

- EU in week ended June 23 awarded 210 TMT of corn (maize) import certificates, taking the volume so far this season to 9.121 MMT vs. 14.363 MMT a year ago

- FranceAgriMer said 83% of France's corn crops were in good to excellent condition as of June 22 vs. 85% a week ago and 85% a year ago

- Ukraine's state weather center forecasts 2015 corn crop at 25.6-26.5 MMT vs. 28.5 MMT in 2014

- Ukraine's Ag Min said Ukraine has exported 34.364 MMT of grain between July 1, 2014 – June 26, 2015 including wheat – 10.828 MMT, corn – 18.82 MMT and barley – 4.462 MMT

- Buenos Aires Grain Exchange estimated Argentine corn harvest at 49.1% complete (last week 43.1%), so far 13.87 MMT have been harvested from 1.612 million ha. Exchange kept its production forecast unchanged at 25 Mt

- SAGIS estimated South Africa's May corn ending stocks were 3.338 MMT vs. 1.658 MMT a year ago

- SAGIS estimated S.Africa's May 2015 corn exports at 69,841 MT vs. 70,253 MT a year ago