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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Thu Nov 8, 2012 06:31 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Usually the November round of USDA crop production and supply and demand reports lack fireworks. The intrigue this year could be in the fine tuning as large changes aren't expected either domestically or globally. Judging by market action in October, the biggest surprise could come in wheat with ending stocks numbers possibly coming in larger than expected.

Corn: Pre-report estimates are indicating the corn numbers could be mildly entertaining in the November crop production and supply and demand reports. The average for ending stocks estimates came in at 635 million bushels, up 16 mb from USDA's October ...

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