Corn Commentary
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Corn futures are mostly around 4 cents into the red at midday.  In the weekly Export Sales report published by the USDA this morning, new

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Corn futures are trading a couple cents into the red this morning after closing mostly 8 cents lower on Wednesday. Trade expectations for the USDA

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Corn futures closed mostly 8 cents lower, adding to losses seen Tuesday. Ukrainian corn is reportedly being offered into the market at $206/MT FOB,

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Corn futures are about 4 cents lower at midday, adding to losses seen Tuesday.    Ukrainian corn is reportedly being offered into

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Corn futures are trading steady to as much as 2 cents lower this morning after closing mostly 2 or 3 cents lower on Tuesday.  The national

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Soybean Commentary
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Soybean futures have traded on both sides of even money this morning, and are currently down 1 to 7 cents on the session.  Trade

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Soybean futures are currently trading between 2 and 4 cents higher on the session.  Trade expectations for the USDA weekly export sales

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Soybean futures were negative on the day, but spent some time in the green before ending the day about four cents above their early morning lows,

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Soybean futures have been down between 1 and 4 cents all morning after closing 9 to 9 3/4 lower on Tuesday following the announcement by USDA that

Soybeans -

Soybean futures are currently down between 2 and 4 cents on the session after closing 9 to 9 3/4 lower on Turnaround Tuesday. USDA announced another

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Wheat Commentary
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Wheat futures are trading higher on the day, with KC wheat currently showing the most strength, up more than a dime in the front three

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Chicago wheat futures are tradingsteady to as much as two cents lower this morning.  European wheat bids are lower on the week.

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Chicago wheat futures closed firmly lower with all three exchanges posting double digit losses on the session under pressure from the strong

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Chicago wheat futures fell to a 3.5-month low this morning, and March15 KC wheat is printing new life of contract lows under pressure of the strong

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Wheat futures are trading between a penny and a nickel lower after slipping another 1 1/2 to 4 1/4 cents on Tuesday. Logistics problems in the

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