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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Dec 3, 2012 01:31 PM CST
Grains

OMAHA (DTN) -- Late in the day, grains remain mixed with corn and wheat down while soybeans have crept back to double-digit gains. There has been little movement over much of the session, with most of the excitement occurring overnight. Outside markets are also mixed with the U.S. Dollar Index and the Dow lower, energies mixed and metals higher.

Posted 12:24 -- Grains have come under increased pressure, with corn and wheat trading lower and soybean gains whittled to only 6 cents. A lack of follow-through buying from earlier in the session has contributed to the selloff, as well ...

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