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Fri Mar 8, 2013 12:35 PM CST
Grains

OMAHA (DTN) --It has been interesting in grains, to say the least. Corn is now posting a rally of 10 cents while soybeans have rallied out of initial losses to trade 2 cents higher. Wheat contracts are unchanged to 2 cents lower. As expected, USDA's reports provided few answers, leaving most people scratching their heads. Outside markets remains mostly bearish with the U.S. dollar index posting a strong 0.640 rally.

Posted 11:05 -- Grains have seen a muted reaction to the March reports with corn posting an initial rally ...

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