Thu Oct 24, 2013 03:42 PM CDT

WINNIPEG (Dow Jones) -- CWB has raised its Pool Return Outlooks, or PROs, for canola, wheat and durum in its latest update released Thursday.

PROs for wheat in the Annual Pool were C$2 per tonne higher compared to the previous report, released on Oct. 10. CWB raised wheat PROs due to U.S. futures remaining firm over the past two weeks amid uncertainty surrounding the size of Argentina's wheat crop. Continued strong export demand in the U.S. and weakness in the Canadian dollar were also behind the increase in PROs.

Farmers who choose to market their wheat through the Annual Futures ...

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