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DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Jun 19, 2014 08:28 AM CDT

Market Summary: July HRS is 7 1/2 cents higher while December is 7 1/4 cents higher, August soybeans are 1/2 cents higher while November is 1 3/4 cents higher, July canola is $.50/mt higher while November is $.60/mt lower, and July and December corn is 2 3/4 cents higher. .

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Wednesday's trade in the Canadian equity markets saw the TSX close up 53 points to 15,109, exceeding the record high reached in June 2008. Asian markets closed mixed on Thursday with Japan's Nikkei closing 1.6% higher while China's Shanghai Composite ended 1.6% lower. European markets are trading higher. In ...

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