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Sanow's Market Sense
Thu Oct 4, 2012 07:11 AM CDT

The December corn contract has rallied fractionally this week from Friday's limit-up (40-cent) move, which some might say is a lack of follow-through interest from investors. Market bulls will argue that the lack of movement through Wednesday is due to the 70-cent collapse in the November bean contract, and should bode well for corn moving forward. What could have corn done this week if losses weren't so severe in soybeans?

No one truly knows the answer, but one positive sign for bulls is the return of commercial buying. Ahead of last week's bullish quarterly stocks report that implied domestic ending ...

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