NEWS
DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Jul 4, 2013 08:32 AM CDT

Market Summary: Canola is $1.10/mt lower (November) while the Canadian dollar is 12 basis points higher. U.S. markets are closed for the Fourth of July celebration.

Outside Markets

Asian markets closed mixed Thursday with the Nikkei in Japan one of the few losers, ending down .3% to 14,018.93. European stocks are trading higher, despite reports that the country of Portugal may be on the brink of a financial wreck. The TSX closed down 32.70 in Wednesday's trade, ending at 12,145.68. Dow futures are 74 higher in overnight trade, which should lead to a firm open in Toronto, with U.S. markets closed ...

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