Corn Commentary
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Corn futures closed 14 lower to 3 higher today, with nearby July the weakest and the 2017 crop contracts in the black.  USDA reported 94.148

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Corn futures are trading around a dime lower at midday after USDA reported that US farmers planted about 94.148 million acres(MA) of corn, up more

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Corn futures are a couple cents higher this morning, after posting losses of more than a dime on Wednesday. Forecasted rains eased dryness concerns

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Corn futures posted losses of more than a dime on Wednesday, as forecasted rains ease dryness concerns. The Dec16 contract posted its lowest daily

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Corn futures are currently trading 6 to 7 cents lower, after being down only a couple cents early this morning. The weekly EIA report showed ethanol

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Soybean Commentary
Soybeans -

Soybean futures rallied 21 3/4 to 40 3/4 cents today after USDA said farmers only added 1.452 MA of soybean plantings from their March intentions,

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Soybean futures are sharply higher after USDA said US farmers only added about 1.452 MA of soybean plantings from their March intentions with

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Soybean futures are currently 3 to 4 cents higher after settling the Wednesday session 5 3/4 to 8 1/4 cents lower on improved precipitation

Soybeans -

Soybean futures settled the Wednesday session 5 3/4 to 8 1/4 cents lower on improved precipitation forecasts. As published by DTN, the 6 to 10 day

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Soybean futures at midday are trading 5 1/2 to 9 1/4 cents lower on improved precipitation forecasts. A 6 to 10 day precipitation forecast published

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Wheat Commentary
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Wheat futures closed mixed in Chicago, and higher in KC and MPLS. The USDA Quarterly Grain Stocks Report showed all wheat stocks on June 1 were

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Wheat futures are now higher on the day due to “sell the rumor, buy the fact” and month end close out buying. The USDA Quarterly Grain

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Wheat futures are trading from 1 to 7 points higher this morning, after finishing Wednesday with 8 to 14 1/4 cent losses in CHI, and 5 to 8 3/4 cent

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Wheat futures finished the day with 8 to 14 1/4 cent losses in CHI, and 5 to 8 3/4 cent losses in KC and MPLS. HRW and SRW prices continue to be

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Wheat futures are 5 to 9 1/2 cents lower in CHI, and around 5 cents lower in KC. Futures prices are fractionally mixed in MPLS at midday of midweek.

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