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Where can I find historical end-of-day corn prices?

Find Historical End-of-Day Corn prices on the Price History page. For more data, Barchart Premier members can download historical Intraday, Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Quarterly data on the Corn Historical Download tab, and can download additional underlying chart data and study values using the Interactive Charts. 15

How much did corn cost in 1916?

During the 1916-1919 period, U.S. corn prices averaged $1.35 per bushel, a price not seen again until 1946. This price was 135.6% higher than the $0.57 average price over the prior 10 years. With the end of World War I and the recovery of agriculture in Europe, prices fell precipitously.

What is the price of corn?

The price of corn, also a major agricultural product of the two countries, hit $7.4775 per bushel at its highs Wednesday, its highest level since reaching $7.5275 on Dec. 7, 2012. Corn futures settled at $7.27 per bushel. Line chart with 5196 data points.

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