Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Dec 2, 2013 11:01 AM CST

While the reality is North America and South America will provide sufficient feedstuffs for the needs of both livestock and ethanol and still have nearly 2.0 billion bushels left over, there remains cautious optimism that something will propel prices higher in the case of corn and keep prices high in soybeans. How we end the last month of the year now that harvest is complete could speak volumes of such potential.

The technical situation for soybeans especially is worth noting. Soybeans posted a monthly key reversal higher as November ended. October's relatively narrow trading range of 57 cents made taking ...

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