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DTN Before The Bell Grain Comments
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Mon Aug 4, 2014 08:10 AM CDT

Morning CME Globex Update:December corn was up 3 1/4 cents, November soybeans were up 13 1/2 cents, and September Chicago wheat was up 11 1/4 cents. At 8 a.m., USDA announced that 110,000 metric tons (4.0 mb) of U.S. soybeans were sold to China and 102,000 tons (3.7 mb) were sold to Taiwan, both for 2014-15. Corn and soybeans are higher early Monday with increasing concerns about crops getting enough moisture in the month of August. September Chicago wheat is also higher with commercial buyers responding to cheap wheat prices for what could turn out to be the fourth consecutive ...

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