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Fri Jan 24, 2014 09:39 AM CST
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OMAHA (DTN) -- Posted 08:34 -- Grains have opened lower, following through on what was seen during the overnight session. Soybeans are down 6 cents to 9 cents as bullish weekly export shipment numbers, some over two weeks old upon release, have long been factored into the market. Corn is being pulled lower by soybeans, off about 2 cents early Friday. Wheat contracts are down about 2 cents on all three markets. The Dow is off to another shaky start, down 90 points shortly after the open as global ...

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