Multiple Grain Futures charts on one screen page - Corn (CME ZC) Wheat (CME ZW) Soybean (CME ZS) Sugar (ICE SB)

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Market Brief Profiles: Agricultural Futures Contract Specification

CORN (CME CBOT, ZC)
Contract Unit: 5,000 bushels (~ 127 Metric Tons)  Price Quotation: Cents per bushel  Settlement Method: Deliverable Minimum Price Fluctuation : 1/4 of one cent per bushel ($12.50 per contract) Product Code : CME Globex: ZC,CME ClearPort: C, Clearing: C,TAS: ZCT Corn Futures Contract Specs

Soybean (CME CBOT, ZS)
Contract Unit: 5,000 bushels (~136 metric tons)  Price Quotation: Cents per bushel  Settlement Method: Deliverable

WHEAT (Chicago SRW Wheat, CME CBOT, ZW)
Contract Unit: 5,000 bushels (~ 136 Metric Tons)  Price Quotation: Cents per bushel  Settlement Method: Deliverable

SUGAR (Sugar No. 11 Futures, ICE US, SB)
World benchmark for raw sugar trading. Contract Size : 112,000 pounds, Price Quotation : Cents and hundredths of a cent per pound to two decimal places, Minimum Price Movement : 1/100 cent/lb., equivalent to $11.20 per contract. Settlement : Physical delivery, FOB receiver's vessel, Settlement : Physical delivery, FOB receiver's vessel. Trading Hours : New York (03:30 - 13:00), London (08:30 - 18:00), Singapore (15:30 - 01:00) Sugar No. 11 Futures Specifications page

Cotton (ICE US, CT)
Trading Screen Hub Name: NYCC, Commodity Code: CT Contract Size: 50,000 pounds net weight  Quotation: Cents and hundredths of a cent per pound  Physical delivery of cotton of certain minimum standards of basis grade and staple length. ICE Futures U.S. Cotton No.2 Futures Specifications

Live Cattle (CME LE)
Contract Unit: 40,000 pounds (~18 metric tons)  Price Quotation: Cents per pound   Settlement Method: Deliverable  Seasonally cattle price moves higher from November to January. Prices tend to move lower from February to May.  Cattle from the calf stage to the point when they reach about 600 to 800, which takes about six to ten months.

Cocoa (ICE US, CC)
Contract Size: 10 metric tons  Price Quotation: Dollars per metric tons  Prices the physical delivery of exchange-grade product from a variety of African, Asian and Central and South American origins to any of five US delivery ports.

Feeder Cattle (CME: GF)
Contract Unit: 50,000 pounds (˜23 metric tons)  Price Quotation: Cents per pound  Settlement Method: Financially Settled  Seasonally cattle price moves higher from November to January. Prices tend to move lower from February to May.  When cattle reaches about 600 to 800 pounds, they are transfered to feedlots and they will be considered feeder cattle at this point. They remain on the feedlots for about another five months where they will put on about another 500 pounds.

Coffee (ICE US, KC)
Contract Size: 37,500 pounds  Price Quotation: Cents and hundredths of a cent up to two decimal places  Prices physical delivery of exchange-grade green beans, from one of 20 countries of origin in a licensed warehouse to one of several ports in the U. S. and Europe, with stated premiums/discounts for ports and growths.

Lean Hog(pork) - CME : HE
Contract Unit: 40,000 pounds (˜18 metric tons)  Price Quotation: Cents per pound  Settlement Method: Financially Settled  Hogs are generally ready for market when they reach a weight near 250 pounds. it normally takes six months to raise a pig from birth. The largest hog producing states are Iowa, North Carolina, Minnesota and Illinois.