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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Fri Jul 19, 2013 01:03 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- As we near the close, December corn is down 1/4 cent, November soybeans are up 8 3/4 cents and September Chicago wheat is up 5 1/2 cents. Surprisingly, December corn has regained much of Friday's loss in spite of a bearish-looking five-day forecast for cooler temperatures and wetter weather. December corn has seen increased commercial interest in the past month and continues to hold above long-term support at $4.85.

Posted 11:53 -- December corn is down 1 1/2 cents, November soybeans are up 11 cents and September Chicago wheat is up 7 3/4 cents. November soybeans are ...

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