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DTN Closing Grain Comments
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Wed Jul 3, 2013 12:37 PM CDT

General Comments:

Corn closed down 3/4 cent in the September contract and unchanged in the December. Soybeans closed up 7 3/4 cents in the August and up 8 1/4 cent in the November. Wheat closed up 6 3/4 cents in the September Chicago contract, up 3 3/4 cents in the September Kansas City, and down 1/2 cent in the September Minneapolis. The September U.S. dollar index is down .32 at 83.44. August gold is up $5.30 at $1,248.70 while September silver is $.37 higher and September copper is $.0310 higher. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is 56 points higher at ...

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