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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Mon May 5, 2014 08:38 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- After the 8:30 bell, July corn is up 3/4 cent, July soybeans are down 8 cents, and July K.C. wheat is up 8 3/4 cents. Wheat prices are higher after a hot and dry weekend in the southwestern Plains saw a new May 4th record high of 96 degrees in Salina, Kansas. Temperatures are expected to stay hot until a very light chance for rain emerges on Wednesday. In addition, Dow Jones reported that fighting in Ukraine spread to six cities over the weekend, including the port city of Odessa.

Posted 19:12 (05/04) -- Winter wheat markets ...

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