DTN Before The Bell Grain Comments
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Apr 25, 2014 08:08 AM CDT

Morning CME Globex Update: July corn was 4 1/2 cents higher, July soybeans 10 1/4 cents higher, and July KC wheat 8 1/2 cents higher. Increased commercial buying in soybeans during the last hours of the CME Globex overnight session pushed the market to new highs. Wheat and corn went along on spillover buying, with commercial traders showing more interest in new-crop winter wheat due to weekend weather forecasts.

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Dow Jones Futures: Lower
U.S. Dollar Index: Lower
Gold: Higher
Crude Oil: Lower

Corn: Corn moved the least of the grains, though spillover support from soybeans and wheat allowed ...

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