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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Fri Jul 5, 2013 01:02 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- As we near the close, December corn is down 10 1/4 cents, November soybeans are down 20 1/4 cents, and September Chicago wheat is down 3 1/2 cents. Corn and soybeans remain pressured by bearish fundamental outlooks after last Friday's acreage estimates from USDA. In addition to Friday's bullish export news for wheat, Dow Jones Newswires reported that South Korea ended its ban on purchases of U.S. white wheat after finding no genetically engineered traits in over 160 of their test samples.

Posted 11:54 -- December corn is down 9 1/4 cents, November soybeans are down 19 ...

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