- July 24 - USDA announced export sales of 231,000 MT of US corn for delivery to Mexico during the 2015/16 (168 TMT) and 2016/17 (63 TMT)

- July 24 - USDA announced export sales of 116,000 MT of US grain sorghum for delivery to unknown destinations during the 2014/15 (58 TMT) and 2015/16 (58 TMT)

- July 23 - Taiwan MFIG (MIPA) bought 130,000 MT of Brazilian corn for Oct-Dec shipment

- July 23 - South Korea FLC bought 69,000 MT of optional origin corn at 196 $/mt c&f for Dec-Jan shipment

- July 23 - South Korea MFG canceled tender for 70,000 MT of optional origin corn for Nov-Dec due to high prices (the lowest offer was 196.9 $/mt C&F)

- Algeria is looking for Brazilian corn for Sept

- Much of the US corn crop was progressing through its key pollination phase with ample moisture and low heat stress

- Weekly US corn export sales data for week ended July 16 – 534,800 MT, incl. 223,400 MT for 2014/15, below analyst expectations of 250,000-450,000 MT and the smallest of the marketing year that started on Sept 1, 2014, and 311,400 MT for 2015/16 vs. expected 300,000-500,000 MT

- EU in week ended July 21 granted licences to export 31 TMT of corn, bringing the total this season to 95 TMT vs. 15 TMT a year ago

- EU in week ended July 21 awarded 186 TMT of corn (maize) import certificates, taking the volume so far this season to 534 TMT vs. 644 TMT a year ago

- FranceAgriMer said 62% of France's corn crops were in good to excellent condition as of July 20 down 5% from the prior week's 67% and vs. 84% a year ago

- Ukraine's Ag Min said Ukraine exported 1.743 MMT of grain between July 1-24, 2015, including wheat – 461 TMT, corn – 817 TMT, barley – 463 TMT and other grains – 2 TMT

- China sold only 126,335 MT (2.4%) of the 5.3 MMT offered in a reserve auction this week

- Buenos Aires Grain Exchange estimated corn harvest 73.4% done as of July 23, up 3.2% on the week, vs. 72.7% a year ago