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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Fri May 10, 2013 01:06 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- As we near the close, July corn is down 13 1/2 cents, July soybeans are down 8 3/4 cents, and July Chicago wheat is down 17 cents. USDA world ending stocks estimates for 2013-2014 were 154.6 million metric tons (mmt) for corn, less than expected; 75.0 mmt for soybeans, more than expected; and 186.4 mmt for wheat, as expected.

Posted 11:50 -- July corn is down 16 3/4 cents, July soybeans are down 4 1/4 cents, and July Chicago wheat is down 18 cents. Grains are lower after USDA estimated a 14.14 billion bushel corn crop for 2013-2014, ...

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