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DTN Plains & Prairies Opening Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Mon Sep 23, 2013 08:21 AM CDT

Market Summary: December MGEX HRS is 2 1/4 cents higher, December corn is 2 3/4 cents lower, November soybeans are unchanged while November canola is $1.20/mt lower. The Canadian dollar is 9 basis points lower.

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