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DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Wed Feb 12, 2014 08:21 AM CST

Market Summary: March corn is down 2 cents, March soybeans are down 2 cents, March canola is $.70/mt higher, and May HRS is 3/4 cents higher. The Canadian dollar is 9 basis points higher.

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Asian markets closed higher on Wednesday with Japan's Nikkei up .6% and the Shanghai Composite in China closing .3% higher. China posted preliminary import data on Wednesday, indicating that an all-time monthly high was reached for crude oil, iron ore and copper imports, a sign that the Chinese economy may not be as troubled as some data would indicate. European markets are also trading ...

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