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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Jan 31, 2014 03:41 PM CST

With January officially at an end, I wanted to post this trend table once again. Some of the markets have shown some interesting changes, some are in a state of flux heading into February, and one in particular needs to be handled with utmost care.

Corn: Notice how the structure of the market is slowly growing more bullish, with the trends in futures spreads making its way to a clean sweep to the upside. This could provide the spark that pulls the futures market into uptrends as well.

Soybeans: A market that doesn't know where it is going. Timeframes that ...

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