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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:20 PM CDT

With all the talk of record yield this, and record production that in soybeans, it may come as a surprise to some just how bullish the commercial side of the market has become. New-crop futures spreads are all showing strong uptrends, led by the front running November to January as it trimmed its carry to less than 7 cents on Friday's close, and its percent of total cost of carry (full cost of holding grain in commercial storage) to less than 44%.

Despite those changes in the market, the real story remains the last vestige of interest in old-crop supply ...

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