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DTN's Quick Takes
Mon Mar 11, 2013 07:16 AM CDT
Grains

OMAHA (DTN) --The May soybean contract continues to probe the upside, moving as much as 9 cents higher before falling back to a gain of 7 cents. Corn is reluctant to rally with old-crop contracts up 3 to 4 cents while new crop is holding to a gain of 2 cents. Chicago wheat is also showing a gain of 2 cents in quiet trade. The big mover in outside markets remains RBOB gasoline, up about 5 cents early Monday morning. The rest of the outside markets remain relatively quiet, ...

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