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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Tue Jun 17, 2014 04:58 PM CDT

The five-year seasonal high is just one signal that is followed by DTN in the construction of our canola strategies. As seen on the attached graphic, the seasonal high reached on average over the past five years occurred in the last week of May and again in the third week of June at 105% of the seasonal index.

The five-year seasonal index (blue line) would then indicate a slide from the third week in June, or the current week, to the seasonal low reached in the fourth week in September at roughly 95% of the seasonal index.

The red line ...

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