Mon Aug 4, 2014 03:42 PM CDT

OUTSIDE MARKETS: From Wall Street to LaSalle Street, losses seen at the end of last week were retraced and markets moved higher. The U.S. stock market came back from what was believed to have been an overdone sell-off and row crops bounced higher on short-covering rallies aided by crop condition uncertainties. Totaling 212,000 tons, soybeans stole the spotlight in the USDA newsroom as China and Taiwan displayed a need for our 14/15 crop.

General Comments: The aforementioned increase in speculative shorts seen on the recent Commitment of Traders report meant that these non-commercial's have ...

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