Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:37 AM CST

After rallying 14 cents post-Nov 8 USDA report, the corn market gave back all the gains and is in jeopardy of taking out the massive key reversal to the upside. The FSA news last week is being called rather insignificant, but the market has not responded positively. The final bit of bad news was the announcement Friday that the EPA is reducing the ethanol mandate. It may be that the market sees the macro picture, which started last year.

Soybeans took a hit Friday losing in one day, half of its recent 70-cent gain. This was due in part to ...

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