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DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Fri Aug 22, 2014 07:55 AM CDT

Market Summary: September corn is 1 1/2 cents higher, September HRS is 4 1/4 cents higher, November soybeans are 5 1/2 cents higher and November canola is $2.10/mt higher.

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Thursday's equity trade saw the TSX equity index closed 6 points lower at 15,556. In Friday's market, Asian markets finished mixed with China's Shanghai Composite ending .5% lower while the Nikkei lost .3%. European markets are lower. In overnight trade, the Dow futures were down 40 points, which may lead to weakness in morning trade. The Canadian dollar is 4 basis points lower at $.9126 U.S., while the U.S. dollar ...

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