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DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Aug 28, 2014 08:18 AM CDT

Market Summary: November canola is $1.10/mt higher, November soybeans are 3 cents higher, December corn is 1/4 cent higher and December HRS is 9 1/2 cents higher.

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Wednesday's equity trade saw the TSX equity index finish 17 points lower at 15,603 while U.S. markets posted marginal gains. In overseas trade, China's Shanghai Composite finished .6% lower while the Nikkei in Japan closed .5% lower. European markets are lower. Overnight trade in Dow futures has that market down 73 points, signaling weakness ahead. The Canadian dollar is 21 basis points lower at 92 cents, trading higher over recent days due ...

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