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Wheat PROs Mixed in Latest Outlook
Fri Sep 27, 2013 11:05 AM CDT

WINNIPEG (Dow Jones) -- CWB pool return outlooks for the 2013-14 Canadian wheat crop are mixed, as wheat spreads continue to widen, the company's latest outlook said late Thursday.

On Sept. 26, PROs for wheat in the Early Delivery Pool were moved from C$5 per ton higher to C$6 per ton lower compared to the Sept. 12 report, while the Annual Pool outlooks were C$4 per ton higher to C$7 per ton lower.

Harvest progress continues to advance in Western Canada, with about 80% of the wheat crop now in the bin, the report said. Good yields and lower quality ...

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