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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Mon May 20, 2013 09:47 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- July corn is down 6 1/4 cents, July soybeans are up 10 1/2 cents, and July Chicago wheat is down 1 cent. September Minneapolis wheat is trading up 2 cents with this week's rain in North Dakota and Minnesota continuing to make spring wheat planting difficult. Last Monday, the USDA said that 26% and 19% of the spring wheat crops were planted in North Dakota and Minnesota respectively, well below the national average of 63%.

Posted 08:41 -- After the 8:30 bell, July corn is up 6 cents, July soybeans are down 1 3/4 cents, and July Chicago ...

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