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DTN Closing Grain Comments
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Fri Sep 6, 2013 02:02 PM CDT

General Comments:

Corn closed 2 cents higher in the September and 7 1/4 cents higher in the December. Soybeans closed 14 cents higher in the September and 1/4 cent higher in the November. Wheat closed 7 1/2 cents higher in the December Chicago, 6 1/4 cents higher in the December Kansas City, and 1 1/2 cents higher in the December Minneapolis. The September U.S. dollar index is .43 lower at 82.23. December gold is up $15.20 at $1,388.20 while December silver is up $.60 and December copper is up $0.0140. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is 71 points higher at ...

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