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Mon May 13, 2013 10:24 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Corn, soybean and wheat inspections were all bearish in this week's export inspections report, according to DTN Analyst Todd Hultman.

Corn weekly export inspections were bearish, Hultman said, with the reported 12.7 million bushels below the 15.4 mb needed this week to stay on pace with USDA's demand projection of 750 mb. Pre-report estimates ranged from 6 mb to 12 mb.

Soybean weekly export inspections were bearish, Hultman said, with the reported 3.4 million bushels below the 6.1 mb needed this week to stay on pace with USDA's demand projection of 1.350 billion bushels. Pre-report estimates ranged ...

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