NEWS
DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Mon May 5, 2014 07:57 AM CDT

Market Summary: Summary: July HRS is 12 cents higher, July corn is 2 3/4 cents higher, July soybeans are 3/4 cents higher while July canola is $1.60/mt lower. The Canadian dollar is 4 basis points lower.

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Asian markets were mixed on Monday with the Shanghai Composite in China up .1%. Asian markets are lower. China's Purchase Managers Index for April was reported at 48.1, below the earlier estimate of 48.3. The TSX closed 101 points higher at 14,765 on Friday. It was the fourth daily increase for the index, which was driven by positive jobs data from the U.S. ...

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