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DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Oct 3, 2013 08:23 AM CDT

Market Summary: Dec MGEX wheat is 5 cents higher, Dec corn is 2 1/4 higher, Nov soybeans are 7 1/4 cents higher and Nov canola is $6.50/mt higher. The Canadian dollar is 5 basis points lower.

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Asian markets were mixed Thursday, partially driven by positive economic data from China. The Shangahai Composite gained .7% while the Nikkei in Japan fell .1%. European markets are currently mixed. The TSX Canadian equity index closed at 12,839 in Wednesday's trade, down 8 points. In overnight trade Dow futures were 38 lower, which should lead to a soft open in North American equities ...

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