DTN's Quick Takes
Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:57 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Heading into the close, grains are still trading in the same range since mid-morning. March soybeans are up 5 cents at $13.30 and March corn is trailing all the grains down 1 cent at $4.41 3/4. Minneapolis March wheat is up 11 cents, leading the other wheat markets as traders move positions to May with cash basis levels already moved. Kansas City wheat is up 3 cents and Chicago wheat is up 4 cents. The Dow did hit 16,000 for a short time today and is currently ...

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