NEWS
DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Wed Jul 10, 2013 08:17 AM CDT

Market Recap: MGEX wheat is trading 3/4 cents higher (Sept) and 1 1/2 cents higher (Dec), corn is 1 1/2 cents lower (Sept) and 1 1/4 lower (Dec), soybeans are trading 1 cent higher (August) 5 cents higher (Nov) and canola is $1.80/mt higher (Nov). The Canadian dollar is 27 points higher.

Outside Markets

Asian markets closed mostly higher Wednesday, although Japan's Nikkei closed .4% lower. China reported an overall 3.1% year/year reduction in exports and a .7% reduction in imports, with both expected to increase. European markets are trading cautiously lower, with minutes of the June Federal Reserve meeting ...

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