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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Wed Jun 25, 2014 06:02 PM CDT

New crop canola futures appear to show increasing concerns surrounding the potential for the new crop, as excessive rain has not only reduced acres to some extent but has also take its toll on the seeded crop while continued cool weather has slowed plant development across the Prairies. So how are traders reacting and what signals is the market telling us?

First we'll look at November canola's move relative to soybeans. November soybeans rallied from a low on January 31 to a high reached on May 22 before increased non-commercial selling weighed on the market and forced prices to lower ...

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