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Sanow's Market Sense
Thu Nov 1, 2012 12:27 PM CDT

Those involved in agriculture for any extended period of time know that weather markets in November are rare to say the least. Of course, we live in different times now considering how disappointing the past several crop years have been. Throw in for good measure, differing degrees of solid global demand in corn, beans and wheat, and it's easy to surmise that the growing season across the globe is the most important in history.

The January bean, December corn and December Chicago wheat contracts have all rallied off tests of support near $15.31, $7.33 and $8.46 respectively. This has been ...

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