NEWS
Wed Apr 3, 2013 12:50 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- May soybeans are down 15 cents and November soybeans are down 20 cents, both pressured by talk of South America's soybean harvest coming to market. May corn tried to trade up earlier Wednesday morning, but was unable to hold its gains and is now down 2.5 cents. May wheat is trading up 17 cents, having held firm at contract lows earlier this week.

Posted 11:27 -- May corn has given back its gains and is now trading down 1 cent. May Chicago wheat is trading 16 cents ...

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