NEWS
DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Mon Nov 25, 2013 08:18 AM CST

Market Summary: HRS wheat is 3 1/2 cents higher (Dec), Dec corn is unchanged, January soybeans are 4 1/2 cents lower while January canola is $1.20/mt lower. The Canadian dollar is 21 basis points lower.

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Asian markets finished mixed on Monday with Japan's Nikkei up 1.5% and the Shanghai Composite in China down .5%. European markets are trading higher. The TSX equity index closed 3 points higher at 13,468 while the Dow extended its gains above 16,000. Dow futures were 58 higher, which should lead to a firm open across North American equities Monday. The Canadian dollar is 21 ...

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