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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Wednesday 08/01/12

Soy Basis Weakens
The national average basis for soybeans fell 1 cent to 37 cents under the August futures contract and the Telvent DTN National Soybean Index was down 6 cents to $16.84.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 7:30AM CDT 08/01/12 | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
did anyone notice that the referance to the bean basis in this headline and the one in DTN Basis (across the page ) are not in the same direction. Confusing to even the best readers you have.
Posted by Unknown at 7:41AM CDT 08/02/12
I'm sorry for the confusion. The section to the right is updated in the evening, right after the cash index data is compiled. I usually don't get around to posting it in the blog until the morning -- that's when you'll see conflicting headlines. I'll try to do a better job of posting the blog data in evening.
Posted by KATIE MICIK at 1:30PM CDT 08/02/12
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