NEWS
Fundamentally Speaking
Mon Mar 10, 2014 09:09 AM CDT

U.S. corn export sales remain impressive as they recover from a 42 year low last year with a mere 731 million bushels shipped overseas.

Through the end of February 2014, the USDA had sold 1.479 billion bushels of corn, 92.5% of the February 2014 WASDE projection.

This means for the final half of the 2013-14 marketing year, only 121 million more bushels need to be sold to attain the USDA projection.

This would seem to augur for an increased export projection, similar to the one proposed for soybeans that are also seeing a very strong ...

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