NEWS
DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Oct 24, 2013 08:36 AM CDT

Market Summary:

December corn is 1 3/4 cents lower, November canola is $.60/mt lower, November soybeans are 1 1/2 cents lower and December HRS wheat is 3/4 cents lower.

Outside Markets

Asian markets finished mixed on Thursday with the Nikkei in Japan up .4% and the Shanghai Composite in China down .9%. China's Flash Purchase Managers Index increased to 50.9, up from 50.2 in September and above expectations of 50.4. A level over 50 indicates a growing economy. The TSX gave up gains late in the session to close 5 points lower, leaving the index at 13,243 Wednesday. The Dow futures ...

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