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DTN Early Word Grains
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:58 AM CDT
6:00 a.m. CME Globex:

September corn 2 cents higher, November soybeans 5 cents higher, and September Chicago wheat 5 cents higher.

CME Globex Recap:

Solid commercial buying in soybeans and wheat sparked an overnight rally in grains. Corn contracts were quietly higher, with most posting 4-cent trading ranges through early Thursday morning. Outside markets were lower again while the U.S. dollar index continues to move higher.

OUTSIDE MARKETS:

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 59.54 points higher Wednesday at 16,979.13. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were 36 points higher overnight, indicating the Dow could see continued buying interest Thursday. Asian ...

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